Applying to Georgetown College is easy, and if you apply online, itâ€™s FREE! The admissions application should be submitted by November 15th, the applicationÂ priorityÂ deadline.
Applying to Georgetown College is easy and itâ€™s FREE! Your application should be submitted by November 15th, the applicationÂ priorityÂ deadline.
Undergraduates – What to Submit
Prospective students should submit the following:
- Completed Application for Admission
Apply online for FREE or print and mail a paper application. Paper applications require a $30 nonrefundable application fee. Request the application through email.
- Official ACT or SAT report
Georgetown College will accept official score reports from the testing organizations. If you did not designate Georgetown College as a score recipient when you registered for your ACT or SAT, you should submit an Additional Score Request Card, which can be obtained from your high school guidance office or the Office of Admissions. Georgetownâ€™s ACT code is 1514, and the SAT code is 1249. ACT and SAT scores will also be accepted if printed on your official high school transcript.
- Official high school transcript
Your high school guidance counselor should mail your transcript directly to the Office of Admissions at your request.
Undergraduates – After Sending An Applicationâ€¦
Your application will be considered as soon as it is received. The Admissions Committee is composed of faculty and an administrator. They review applications on a weekly basis.
You will usually receive word of the Admissions Committeeâ€™s decision within 2-3 weeks. If you are accepted, you will receive an official letter of admission and should submit your Letter of Acceptance along with a $200 enrollment deposit within 30 days. If you have not made a firm decision among colleges at that time, you may defer sending the deposit until as late as May 1.
For fall applicants, the enrollment deposit is refundable until May 1. Thereafter, it is nonrefundable, but will be credited to the studentâ€™s account upon enrollment. Spring applicants may obtain a refund of their enrollment deposit until December 15.
If admitted, you will be mailed information on housing, a medical history form, and an autobiographical statement. These must be completed prior to enrollment. You should submit the housing application at your earliest convenience and no later than May 1.
Undergraduate Admission Requirements
For application consideration, Georgetown College requires that applicants:
- Graduated from high school. A student who has not graduated from high school must have earned their GED.
- Ranked in the upper half of their high school graduating class.
- Had an overall average of B or better in college preparatory subjects.
- Earned 20 units of high school credit. The strongest applicants will have at least four units in English, three units each in science and mathematics (including Algebra I and II), and two units each in social studies and foreign language.