National College Decision Day is May 1! Rising first-year college students around the country make things social media-official, telling followers where they plan to attend college. If you’ve decided on Georgia State, let the world know on May 1 that you’ll make your mark as a Panther in Atlanta!
For 2021, we’re offering in-person and virtual New Student Orientation options for you to choose from. Registering for and attending orientation is mandatory for all first-year students, but whether you join us on campus or online is totally up to you.
Accepted as a first-year student on Georgia State’s Atlanta Campus? Congrats! Even though the hard part is over, we know there’s still plenty to do before you start life as a Panther. We thought it may be helpful to post some common questions and answers.
The test-optional decision has changed the application process for students and universities alike. If you were counting on SAT or ACT scores to help set yourself apart when applying to college, you’re not alone. However, at Georgia State, we take more into account than just your GPA and test scores.
Georgia State has officially waived test score requirements for all Spring, Summer and Fall 2021 applicants. This means that while you may submit SAT and ACT scores, it is not required to apply!