HOW TO APPLY
DEADLINE FOR NEW STUDENT APPLICATION IS MAY 1
Transient Admission for Summer in the City
Students enrolled in transferable degree programs at other accredited colleges or universities (in the United States) but wishing to register at Georgia State to complete work to transfer back to their home institutions are transient applicants. Transient students may attend for only one fall or one spring semester. However, summer attendance is unlimited.
Use Your Pell Grant
You may qualify to use your Pell Grant over the summer. If you were enrolled as a full-time student in the fall or spring and register for at least six credit hours for the summer, you may be able to use your Pell Grant to cover your summer tuition. Contact the Financial Aid Office to check your eligibility.
STEP BY STEP
Pay a $60 application fee
Each application requires a $60 non-refundable application fee.
Submit your transcript
To be sure all the prerequisites and requirements are met for the course(s) you wish to take at Georgia State, submit a transcript from your home institution.
Request a statement from your home institution
For transient admission, you will need an official statement from the appropriate academic official (most likely the Registrar’s Office) at your home institution granting permission to take class(es) at Georgia State. The official statement can be mailed, emailed or submitted through the document upload. If your institution does not provide this form, download our sample letter.