Friday, March 18, 2016

2016 Freshman Admits

We plan to make the final wave of freshman decisions available late afternoon today, March 18th.

For those of you who have been admitted to UGA, here is a post for you and a chance to comment.  Please remember that this is not a blog where you should post statistics or throw fellow students under the bus. These types of comments will be deleted.

Congratulations to all of the freshman who were admitted and we look forward to you becoming part of the Bulldog Nation.  The next steps for a new student can be seen in the flyer in your admission packet, so please go ahead and review what you need to do next.  In addition, there will be a great deal of information you can access off of your myStatus page.  When you have the time, please review this, as there is key information in the Next Step materials.  Please remember a small number of students will be admitted to start in January 2017.  You will find specific information on your myStatus and in your admissions packet.

Here are some Statistics on the Entire Freshman Admitted Class for 2016-EA, February and March waves, where we admitted approximately 12,200 students total:

UGA Calculated Grade Point Average mid-range/average:  3.91 - 4.17, with a 4.03 average
Please remember this is not the GPA students see on their high school transcript, but rather the GPA that UGA recalculates for everyone based on the core academic courses taken in high school and looking at the actual grades posted on the transcripts

SAT Critical Reading + SAT Mathematics average: 1343

SAT Writing average:  637

ACT Composite average:  30

 AP/IB/Dual Enrollment course mid-range/average: 5-10 courses, average of 8


Remember that the Housing and myID pages may need a few business days before your information will be available.  Please be patient with these sites.

You have until May 1 to submit a commitment deposit in order to hold a spot in our freshman class.  We hope the next stage of the admission process is a little less nerve wracking than the decision process.  As you celebrate, make sure to be considerate of others in your school who may not have been admitted.

Good luck in the next stage of the college admissions process.  Go Dawgs!

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