Deadlines/Required Items

First-Year Applicants

Early Action - October 15 application deadline/October 22 materials deadline

Required Application Materials
  • Application and Application Fee
  • School Evaluation form completed by HS counselor
  • Official HS transcript
  • Official SAT or ACT (with Writing) scores sent to UGA by the testing agency, test must be taken and requested sent to UGA by the 10/15 deadline

Regular Decision - January 15 application deadline/January 22 materials deadline

Required Application Materials
  • Application and Application Fee
  • School Evaluation form completed by HS counselor
  • Official HS transcript
  • Official SAT or ACT (with Writing) scores sent to UGA by the testing agency, test must be taken and requested sent to UGA by the end of January
  • Teacher Recommendation 

Deferred Early Action Applicants - January 15 deadline

Required Application Materials
  • Part II of the Application (four short answer essays)
  • Teacher Recommendation
  • updated official SAT or ACT (with Writing) scores sent to UGA by the testing agency must be taken and requested sent to UGA by the end of January
            The first two items will be added to the Early Action application so that Admissions can proceed with the file reading process

Transfer Applicants

The Summer and Fall transfer application will be accessible online in mid to late January, and the Spring application in late May.

Fall Term - April 1
Spring Term - September 1
Summer Term - March 1

Transfer deadlines are for both the application and for all college transcripts. UGA will only review academic work that is completed and sent to our office by the deadline. For example, Fall transfer applicants have a deadline of 4/1, so we can only review work completed and into our office by 4/1. We cannot use work from a Spring term where classes are in progress and will be completed after the deadline.

Required Application Materials
  • Application and Application Fee
  • Official transcripts from ALL colleges attended (even dual enrollment, transient, or other work)
  • UGA will only use the work that is completed and is on the college transcript(s) in determining transferable hours, transfer GPA, etc. We do not review work that is in progress, so applicants must meet the transfer review criteria based on what is on the transcript(s) by the deadline.

 If a deadline falls on a Sunday or a federal holiday, the postmark deadline will be extended to the first business day following the published deadline.

164 comments:

  1. I am wondering why does UGA make their deadline for transfer students on April 1st? Why does UGA make it to where a student who does have at least 30 hours and at least a 3.2 in their first year of college is not allowed to go to UGA until the spring semester? What is the reasoning behind doing that? I looked at Clemson University and they have theirs set up for June 1st. Makes me wonder why can't UGA make their Fall deadline at this time so kids who do work really hard and have good grades can get into UGA for the Fall semester after one year.

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    1. Every college is different on their deadlines, and the reason behind their deadlines. Here is my explanation of our 4/1 Fall transfer deadline:

      We have set up our deadlines so that we can make decisions in a timely fashion (so you do not have to wait until late July for a decision), and so that we can keep our requirements and enrollment at a steady rate. If we shifted our deadline to late May/early June, we would have to raise the requirements (more students would apply and be considered for the same number of spaces), and we could not make decisions until after June 1 for most students, so it would become a very late decision date.

      I would suggest looking at transferring into UGA for Spring of the following year after you meet the requirements.

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  2. I am currently at 29 credit hours and a 4.0 GPA on those credit hours by April 1st. Is there any chance that I am considered for Fall semester? Another question, If I am not even considered, is there a way to get that one last hour through UGA online somehow? (my current school does not have a class that ends by deadline)

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    1. Applicants must have 30 completed hours by the application deadline to be eligible to transfer. You are not able to take courses at UGA until you have been admitted.

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  3. I am currently a Senior in High School. I am a Dual Enrollment student at my school. I already have 12 hours under this scenario and will have 24 more hours by the time I graduate for a total of 36 hours. Do I need to apply as a Freshman or Transfer student?

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    1. You will need to apply as a First Year applicant because you have not yet graduated from high school.

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  4. If you apply in the fall of 2014 for early admission for the Fall 2015, do you include a letter, resume, etc. or do you not require the letter with early admission? How do you know what to include? Thank You.

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    1. Review the Early Action section of this page, as I have listed the materials needed in that section.

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  5. I have been attending a junior college for the past few years and am about to graduate. I have more credits than I even need to graduate. even if I am able to meet the requirements of being accepted as a transfer students with more than 40 or 50 credits, would I still need to include my SAT or ACT scores? even if I wouldn't be considered a first year transfer student?

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    1. I am assuming you graduated from HS already? If so, you would apply as a transfer student, and we do not need SAT/ACT scores. Transfer students must have 30 or more transfer hours completed and have taken a full year of college work after HS graduation to be considered for transfer admission.

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    2. yes I have graduated from high school. and thank you!

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  6. I am a freshman at Georgia Southern. I am currently taking 15 hours this semester and 15 next semester. So I cant apply for fall admission? Does UGA not look at the classes I am taking spring semester, realizing I will have 30 hours at the end of 2nd semester?

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    1. Unfortunately, we are not able to use in-progress work for our transfer review, as we need to see the grades and hours in time for the review. A good explanation for this can be found in the first post on this page, as it details why we have an April 1 fall transfer deadline.

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  7. Hello!

    I'm a bit confused about the school evaluation forms. My school sends our own evaluation forms along with our transcripts, would these qualify or is the evaluation form unique to UGA? On myStatus my transcript is marked as received however the school evaluation form is not, so I do not know if that means I need to fill out a separate school evaluation form or if mine just hasn't been processed yet.

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    1. We are fine with a school's own counselor form, it just takes a little longer to review it and make sure it is what we need (occasionally we receive HS profiles instead), so just be patient as we enter it into our system.

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  8. Hello.

    I have sent in my tanscript on Friday, October 10th. However, on myStatus page it says not recieved yet. Should I try to mail another one or has it already arrived at the Undergrad. office ?

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    1. I cannot guess about your transcript, but since you sent it in on 10/10, and today is 10/16 (with a weekend in there), you have only given us 3-4 business days to match it up. Please be patient as we move forward with the 20,000-30,000 documents that have or will come in.

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    2. Thank you very much !

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  9. I requested my May, June, and October SAT scores to be sent on the 14th of October. However, the college board website says that due to the fact that the October SAT Scores are being released the 28th none of my scores will be sent until then. This is after the required materials deadline though, so should I send in my SAT Scores for the old tests separately, or is this ok? Thanks so much for helping me out.

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    1. We will be accepting the October 11 SAT scores, so if your other scores come with these, that is fine with us.

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  10. Hi!
    I am not a citizen of the U.S. yet;however, I meet the requirements for in-state tuition (permanent residence). On the UGA application status, it says that I am out-of-state for tuition purposes.
    Does that mean that I am considered an out-of-state applicant?
    Thank you!

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    1. That means that until you provide us with your perm. residency card for review (as stated on the app) we cannot classify you as a GA resident.

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    2. Do I turn in those documents now? Or do I wait until the results?

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  11. Do I turn in those documents now? Or do I wait until the results?

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    1. I suggest sending this in now.

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    2. Do I follow the directions on this site?
      http://osfa.uga.edu/application.html

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    3. For the perm. residency card, send it to admissions. For Financial Aid, follow the FA instructions.

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  12. can i be given admission without SAT or ACT for Agribusiness course,we like to enroll for summer session.

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    1. All freshmen must submit SAT/ACT scores for admission. For transient students, we need a letter of good standing or a college transcript.

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  13. What's the typical amount of time it takes for my transcript to be shown as received on the 'check my application status" page after sending through mail?

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    1. We say give us 5-10 business days, and for mailed items, I would think it would be 10 business days, due to the delay in delivery time.

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    2. If my transcript arrives late even though I sent it on time would I be deferred?

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    3. It is a submission date, not an in our office date.

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  14. I applied to UGA under EA and I sent in my ACT scores the day of the deadline, October 15. I recently checked myStatus for my application and it says that UGA hasn't received my scores yet. How long does it normally take for them to process the materials? The material deadline is the 22nd and I'm freaking out...

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    1. It is a submission of materials date, not an in the office and in your file date. I could not guess how long it will take to get in your ACT, as you and ACT control that timeline.

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  15. So does that mean I'm safe? I mean, the worst that could happen is getting deferred to RD right?

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    1. If a student is incomplete for Early Action, we will not make a decision and the student will be deferred. You are not deferred to RD, you would be deferred Early Action (you will still see Early Action on the app type, but will then need to do part II).

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  16. On my EA app there wasn't an option for the counselor evaluation form and I found it on the FAQ and sent it in this morning. Will you guys still be able to use it.

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    1. The space for your counselor's email is on your myStatus page, and it showed up the day that your application was pushed into our system and the myStatus page was activated. If they send this today, it should be fine, but I cannot promise anything, as I do not know how long it will take to be sent/received.

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  17. If we (the student) had all of our materials (application information, SAT/ACT scores, transcripts) submitted by the deadline for early action, but our school counselor did not fill our the counselor evaluation form by their deadline, will the applicant be deferred and taken out of the the early action decisions?

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    1. If we do not have all the materials needed when we close off taking in materials, then an incomplete applicant will be deferred. My best suggestion is to have the counselor send in the document ASAP, and we will see what we can do. We are slightly flexible with our timelines near deadline dates, but I cannot make any promises.

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  18. I am attempting to apply for the Foundation Fellowship and Bernard Ramsey Honors Scholarship, and I have reached where I am supposed to attach some sort of resume. What is the resume? Is there a certain form to fill out I've missed or is it supposed to be formatted like a work resume?

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    1. The scholarship form allows you to upload a resume, which is a list of your activities, sports, work, etc.

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  19. Thank you for your quick response. So, is the list more of an overview, or should I be very detailed about everything I've done over my high school years?

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    1. I am guessing both your parents and your counselor have completed/reviewed resumes before, so I would suggest you speak to them about how best to craft one and put in information.

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  20. I am trying to submit my Bernard Ramsey application, and when I upload my resume, no indication that it has been uploaded or received appears. How do I know that the file has been uploaded?

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    1. There is an email for the FF/Ramsey program off the application, so I suggest you send an email to this address for details.

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  21. I currently attend GSU what class matches with PEDB here. The Transfer chart only say KINS****. Does that mean there is no class at GSU that matches with PEDB. I am going to transfer Fall 2015 as a Junior.

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    1. If you look at the transfer equivalency site, you will see a default at the top for GSU KINS classes, and so a majority of the 11XX KINS classes come in as PEDB courses, and some higher than that. So anything that is PE based (flag football, bowling, basketball, etc.) would be PEDB. Dance courses would come in as dance, though.

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    2. Does Personal Fitness count as a course that would fall under PE Based Classes. Georgia State University does not offer any PE Based Classes

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    3. When you said GSU, the first school to pop up was Ga Southern, not Ga State. I am not sure about Personal Fitness, as many of these come in as a Health and Wellness class, not PE. Sorry, I just do not know.

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    4. Would i just have to take this class as junior at UGA or would i have to take it during the summer before I attend the Fall 2014 term

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    5. I believe the UGA PE 1 hour requirement is just needed for graduation, so it can be taken through senior year. It can be taken at UGA or at another college.

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  22. Hi Dr. Graves,
    I am currently a senior at Parkview High School, my absolute dream is to attend The University Of Georgia. I am just curious as to your thoughts as to what I should seriously work on. I have a 3.7 GPA, 8 AP classes, and sadly a 1500 SAT score. I am taking the ACT in December, I have been getting tutored and am hoping that score is successful. Out of curiosity, is one standardized test looked at higher than the other, I did awfully on the SAT and am really working hard for my ACT to be good. Is one test looked at more? Also when I send in my application I will not have an ACT score yet but I did it so that it sends directly to the school, is there somewhere on my application I say that it is coming.

    PS: my mom shared with me she knows you and recently did a photo shoot of your family... Paige Knudsen, how cool!

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    1. We are fine with either the SAT or the ACT, and we do not prefer either test over the other. We will only use what is the best score. You do not need to let us know about the future score, as it will tie into your application directly, and you should see it fairly quickly on your myStatus page after it is sent. Say hi to your mom, and let me know if you have any more questions!

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  23. When getting a teacher recommendation, how would I determine which teacher would be the best? What is important, the class that he/she teaches, their education level or their words of recommendation?

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    1. The most important thing in finding a teacher to write your recommendation is to ask the teacher that knows you best, and can tell us what you are truly like as a student and a person in their classroom.

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  24. Is your deadline to be considered for scholarships December 15? If I am applying for regular decision and turn my application in by then will I still be considered?

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    1. 12/15 is the priority date for scholarships, but we will look at others past this date. I would suggest getting the RD app and all materials in by 12/15 for this issue though.

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  25. How many teacher recommendations do you require?

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    1. If a student applies Regular Decision or if they are deferred during Early Action, we require (and want) one teacher recommendation.

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  26. I was wondering does the admissions office start looking at RD applicants once all EA applicants have been reviewed?
    I was wondering since I was able to get everything in as a RD applicant prior to the EA deadline or will I have to wait until January to find out if I have been accepted or not?

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    1. I would suggest you review the Timelines page, http://ugaadmissions.blogspot.com/p/timelines.html, for details of our decision dates, as we are not rolling decisions.

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    2. Thank you, I noticed after the fact I had selected RD instead of EA. Waiting patiently until February/March.

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  27. When will the My Status page be available again to view materials you have received so far for a RD applicant and to possibly send reminders to a counselor and teacher for recommendations? I assume on Friday when the EA announcements are posted?

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  28. I entered my counselors email on the mystatus page for the counselor form in mid-October but last week I checked and it says that it is still incomplete. I have all of the other materials submitted. Just wondering how much this affects my application.

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    1. If we did not receive a required item by the needed timeframe, then your EA application will be deferred due to being incomplete, and you will then have until Jan. 15 to submit part II and make sure all required materials are in.

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  29. Hi, I sent my SAT scores and my high school transcript BEFORE I submitted the application. How long will it take before UGA receives them and is updated on the MyStatus page. Also i sent my college board fee waiver in the mail and was also wondering how long will that take to process because on the MyStatus page it says i didn't pay my fee.

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    1. Since you just applied RD, please give us time to match up things, as we have been focused on EA decisions this week.

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  30. Hello, I am looking to transfer to UGA and I will have 30+ hours by the deadline. However, I looked at the "transfer equivalency" page on the UGA website and some of my classes are listed as "STAT1D**" meaning there is not a direct transfer, but it is considered a transfer elective. Does the mean classes that are not direct transfers are subtracted from the total hours considered thus dropping me below 30 hours?

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    1. Transfer electives are treated the same as courses that transfer directly as another course, so we will use the grades, hours, etc. for both admission review and in how they come into UGA.

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  31. Do I have to finish the student part of my application before my teachers can submit their recommendations or is there some place where I enter their names and the school sends them and email with specific conditions for the recommendation?

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    1. It is best if you complete the application first and then have supporting materials sent in, with the only exception being test scores, as these are electronically stored and match with a file immediately. Once you apply and your app is in our system, there will be a place on the myStatus for you to enter your counselor and teacher emails.

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  32. For the teacher recommendation, can it be a coach that you have had throughout high school or does it have to be a teacher who has had you as a student

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    1. We want it to be a teacher of yours.

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  33. After you submit your application and enter your teacher's email address for the recommendation does it send your teacher a recommendation form or requirements?

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    1. An email is sent to the teacher with instructions on how to complete our online form or other methods to submit a recommendation.

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  34. Hi, I am planning to have all of my required documents in by December 15, and I was wandering for the Dec. 15 deadline, will I find out whether or not I was accepted earlier then others that submied theirs by the January deadline? Thank you so much.

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    1. No, you will not hear earlier than other Rad applicants. See the TImelines page for details on our decision timelines.

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  35. Hi, I also plan to have all my required documents, along with my application, in by December 15th. However, I missed the December ACT test date I signed up for due to unforeseen circumstances. My question is, since I have not previously taken the ACT, will scores from the February test I plan on taking be considered if sent in or does UGA not accept ACT's taken after January?

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    1. As stated in the post, we cannot use the February ACT for admissions, as the scores will arrive too late for us to use them. We can use any scores both taken and requested to be send to us by the end of January.

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  36. In terms of Honors Program admission, it is stated on the Timeline page that a student wishing to apply to the program must have applied to UGA by December 15. However, I don't see anything about that mentioned on the Honors Program website. Will I still be able to apply to the Honors Program if I submit a UGA application within the next few days?

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    1. It states that this is a priority deadline, not a drop dead deadline. As such, you will be able to apply for Honors, but you need to keep track of their timelines as well.

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    2. Thank you so much! Will do

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  37. Hello. i am currently home schooled and i am going to begin public school around Mid-January. i have yet to take the SAT and i am a senior in high school. i worry i won't meet the application deadline of January 15 because i am home schooled. is there anything i can do ? do you have another/later deadline for fall admissions 2015 besides the january 15 one ?

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    1. You can go ahead and apply knowing your situation for the future, and then have your school documents sent in prior to the RD materials deadline of 1/22. There is no later deadline.

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    2. Hello there! I was going to ask about current, freshman admission opportunities. At this point, would the earliest semester I could apply for be in the spring of 2016? Could I still apply for fall 2015?

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    3. We are well beyond the 1/15 freshman application deadline for Fall, so the next option would be Spring 2016.

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  38. Hello. I want to know if NACAC fee waivers are accepted. If so where might I send in one?

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    1. We accept the SAT, ACT and NACAC fee waivers, and after you submit the application, you will print out the payment page and attach the waiver to this (and then mail it in).

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    2. So I come back to it later and fill in the waiver information?
      Also should I call just to let you guys know the fee waiver is coming?

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    3. Apply and select the fee waiver payment option. Then have your counselor complete the form and send it in. You do not need to call us.

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  39. Hello. i have yet to take the SAT and the next available date in Jan.24
    Due to this i won't be able to send in the test scores before the Jan.22 deadline. is there anything i can do ? is it ok to turn the test scores in after the 22nd ?

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    1. As stated above, the last test score we can use is the January SAT, just make sure you request they be sent to us when you sign up for the exam.

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  40. Hi, I read on the timeline page that RD applicants who "meet EA requirements" will be notified of their status late February. Is there somewhere that I can view EA criteria?

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    1. That is a generic term I use to refer to the overall academic profile of admitted EA students. We do not have required GPA's, SAT/ACT, AP/IB courses, etc. instead, we look at the overall academics of an applicant. You can look at my previous post about EA decisions, http://ugaadmissions.blogspot.com/2014/11/ea-decisions-are-now-available.html, which has a link to our press release and EA admitted statistics.

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  41. Hi, I was supposed to start school this spring semester but have a medical issue. what should I do in other not to be drop.

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    1. I am not sure what you mean exactly, but if you cannot attend for the term that you applied for (in your case Spring), you will need to apply for a future term.

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  42. Hi, I was accepted through early action. I am interested in being a part of the music program, but I don't want to major or minor in music. Is it possible for me to participate in band without majoring?

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    1. Yes, you can be a part of the band without majoring in music. I suggest you contact the music department to find out more about participating in the band.

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  43. For the teacher recommendations, I had accidentally put two teachers down, and they both have submitted a recommendation. Will this be an issue?

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  44. I cancelled my Spring 2015 transfer application today (I have already had my classes dropped and aid cancelled before this, just didn't actually cancel it in the myStatus page until tonight) - I will apply when the Fall application opens up in a couple weeks (If it does indeed open in January). I was just wondering, do you know if I will still have access to UGA Mail? I have heavily communicated with my advisor, departments, and offices. I guess I can print the emails, I am just wondering if I'll pretty much lose access to everything you get access to upon committing to the school. Thanks!

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    1. Our office does not control the UGA email system, so I would not know. I suggest contacting the IT help desk at http://eits.uga.edu

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    2. Do you know if I will keep the same UGA ID# and User ID when I apply again? (Since I will be re-applying with same personal email as same student). Thanks for answering all my questions. I asked a lot of them last Spring before I was going to apply for Spring 2015, and in August. I just felt like Fall would be better for me, and I feel confident enough to be admitted again. I plan on re-applying day 1 of the application.

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    3. You might need to contact our IT team prior to applying for Fall, as there is a short period of overlap time between Spring applications still being in our system and starting a fall app. You would email adm-tech@uga.edu when the fall app opens, and they will work with you. You will keep the same ID number.

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  45. On the 'how to apply' video, the speaker says that four essays need to be completed; however, the application only directs us to complete three. Is there a fourth essay that needs to be completed?

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    1. The video was filmed when we had 4 essays. Just act like it is saying 3.

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  46. i am home schooled and there is a problem with my transcript due to the fact that my grades have yet to be imputed. so my transcript does not reach to my senior year or current grades. i do not know if the teacher will input them before the deadline for applications is due. is there anything i can do ? is there a later deadline or a way of still applying in case of a special scenario or emergency where the deadline could not be met by the applicant ?

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    1. We are okay if you give us a transcript with just 9-11th grades at this time, so I suggest sending this in. There is no later deadline, as our RD application and deadlines are the last ones.

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    2. actually the thing is my transcript only reaches till the end of my 10th grade year. can i still submit that ? and in the application there is a section to self grade. since my grades aren't up yet and i can't access them i can't do that. will that be a problem ?

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    3. Somewhat confused, but my suggestion is to get us what you have by the 1/22 documents deadline and state that you cannot enter in the self reported grades section.

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  47. What is the exact deadline, including time, to pay the $60 application fee?

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    1. If you are paying by credit card, then it is 10:50 pm on 1/15, EST, as the credit card option can't be held open until midnight. If you are paying by check/fee waiver, you need to select this option by midnight EST on 1/15 and then send it in by 1/22.

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  48. Hello Dr.Graves! I was wondering if admissions will look at a recommendation letter a teacher submits the day before the deadline because when I sent off the request weeks before my status page said "allow 2-3 weeks to be processed" so that means it would not be processed in time for the Jan. 22 deadline....
    thank you for your time!

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    1. It is a submission date, not a received date, so it should be fine. Just make sure to monitor your myStatus page.

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  49. Hello,

    I am a Canadian citizen, but am attending high school in Bangladesh. I believe I will have to submit the UGA Certificate of Finances for F-1 Visas, but was unsure about which financial documents have to be included with the form, and for which years they should correspond.

    I also wanted to know how to send the Certificate of Finances - should it be mailed, or can it be emailed in any way? And, does it have to be sent within the 15th of January (application deadline)?

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    1. This is too complicated for me, so I suggest sending an email to admintl@uga.edu, which goes to our international admissions counselor.

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  50. I have already submitted my application, and mystatus page says UGA has received all of the materials except my high school transcript. I sent in my high school transcript by mail today, but I made sure it was postmarked. Will UGA still review my transcript if it is received after the 22nd, since it is postmarked? Or will they only review it and add it to my materials if it is received before the 22nd?

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    1. It is a postmark/online submission date, so you should be fine.

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  51. Hello, I needed some clarification on when the deadline of the application is due. Is it due at midnight on 1/15 or at midnight before 1/16. I also noticed it said we have until January 22nd to submit Part II of the application but i'm confused as to which pieces are part one , and which are part II.

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    1. Make sure you submit the application by 11:59 pm EST on 1/15. The 1/22 deadline is for the supplemental materials such as recommendations, transcript, test scores, etc. See the deadlines page above.

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  52. I just submitted my application, but i did not click save and instead clicked submit. Did it save automatically ? If not can I do something to submit my essays?

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  53. If my teacher wrote me a letter of recommendation but didnt do it online how would i get it in?

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    1. I am guessing that mailing it in is the best option.

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  54. I am trying to submit my application but the website doesn't work

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    1. We are working on it now, see my latest tweets.

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  55. When will your transfer application for fall of 2015 open?

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  56. If my teacher/counselor does not want to complete their recommendation form online, would they be able to submit it through mail? If so, what forms do they use?

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    1. We are okay if they send it by mail. Just have them send a letter, and make sure you full name is on it.

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    2. Does sending in a letter apply for the counselor evaluation too?

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    3. We want either our form or a common secondary school report along with a recommendation letter from the counselor., as we want more details about your school.

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  57. I am trying to send my a check for my application fee. Where and to whom do I write this check to?

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    1. There should have been a print out with your selection of "pay by check", but you can also just send it to the admissions office, and the address is on the bottom of our web pages.

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    2. To who do I make the "Pay To The Order Of" to?

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    3. University of Georgia, as stated on the print out.

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  58. The deadline for the supplemental materials is 1/22/15, but my high school will not release our fall semester grades until 1/23/15. I think I made all As. Will UGA still consider my fall grades if my high school sends my most recent transcript after 1/22/15?.

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    1. If you can send it in ASAP after it is ready, we might be able to use them. Fall grades are not a required document.

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  59. I am trying to transfer for fall 2015, i filled out the application and paid the fee. How do i send my transcript to UGA now?? Also do you want letters of recommendations for transfer students?

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    1. We do not use recommendation letters for transfers, thus they are not listed above. As for transcripts, work with the registrar at your college.

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  60. What are the chances of entering as a transfer with a transfer GPA of 3.18 with 49 credit hours?

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    1. That is below the consideration level for admissions consideration, so I would guess pretty low.

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  61. Is it possible to hear back about admittance before March?

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    1. I cannot guess on an exact timeline, sorry. I suggest you review the timeline page for more details, and go with these estimates.

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  62. I am an out-of-state applicant being considered for in-state tuition. Can I use an application fee waiver? If so, where can I find the form?

    I believe I am eligible because I receive a Pell Grant, however I am not sure if UGA accepts them.

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    1. Are you a freshman or a transfer? We do not accept fee waivers for transfer applicants.

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  63. I am currently working towards my GED. I'm 17 so I'm just waiting on state approval. I had very high scores on my practice GED tests. Would Spring 2016 be the earliest I could apply or is Fall 2015 still an option at this point? If fall 2015 isn't an option, can I apply for Spring 2016 as soon as I get my scores for everything in?

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    1. The next application cycle you would be able to look at would be Spring 2016. Saying this, because you will have a GED and will most likely not have completed certain HS classes that are required for UGA, you might want to look at attending a 2 year college and then transferring into UGA.

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  64. When is the deadline to apply as a transfer student for the fall of 2016?

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    1. I would project 4/12016, but we are still a long way from 2016. Let us get through 2015 first.

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  65. I already applied for regular decision and the SAT scores I got from my test in January are better than the ones I applied with. Since I just got the scores back today and I requested them to be sent to UGA automatically(before I actually took the test), will they be seen during my evaluation?

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    1. Our system is set up to match updated test scores automatically, and to have the new scores be a part of the review process, so you will be fine.

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  66. Will my transcript receipt be posted to the dashboard so that I know it is accepted?

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  67. hello ! I am a freshman in hs ! I know it is a little early to be thinking about college but I have always dreamed about going to UGA for veterinary medicine . I was wondering what kind of GPA scores do you have to have in order to be in accepted into this amazing school?

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    1. There are no specific grades or test scores you will need, as it depends on you as compared to the other applicants. My biggest suggestion is that you challenge yourself in the classroom and work hard in these classes, as your high school academics are the best indicator of success in college classes.

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  68. How are decisions made on receiving in-state tuition scholarships in regards for out of state students? SAT scores? Academic scores?

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    1. I believe I just answered this in the other section where you asked this question, so please refer there.

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