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If you are interested in business, art and humanities, education, or mathematics, GRU has something for you. Or if you are interested in science, medicine, or allied health, GRU also has something for you.

We invite you to become more familiar with GRU and check out the wealth of information on our website as you take that next step in your education.



The Fall 2015 application is now open! Early Action Deadline is November 15th 2014 and the Final Admissions Deadline is June 1st 2015. All applications, fees, and required documents must be completed prior to November 15 for Early Action or June 1 for the Final Admissions Deadline. This applies to students applying to Georgia Regents University as an undergraduate student but not specific health science degree programs.

The Spring 2015 application will be closing on December 1st! This applies to students applying to Georgia Regents University as an undergraduate student but not specific health science degree programs.  The deadline for Summer 2015 is April 1st.

Applications for student housing for the 2014/2015 academic year are currently being accepted. For more information or to complete an application, please click here

To complete FAFSA or to check your POUNCE account to determine any additional paperwork necessary to finalize your financial aid application for the 2013/2014 academic year, please visit our financial aid page

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A beginning freshman is any student who has graduated from a regionally accredited high school within the past five years.
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A life enrichment student is one who has graduated from high school or the equivalent, has not attended high school or college in the past five years, and has earned no more than 30 semester hours (45 quarter hours) of transferable college credit.
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Our graduate programs are designed for working professionals who need flexible class schedules, and they are taught by faculty with exceptional academic credentials and real working experience.
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An applicant is considered a transfer student if he or she has previously attended a regionally accredited institution and is not classified as a Life Enrichment student.
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If you are not a U.S. citizen or resident, ask the GRU Office of Undergraduate Admissions to send you its special information for international students.
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A qualified high school junior or senior may take college courses while completing requirements for graduation from high school. This type of enrollment is designed to offer academically-gifted high school students opportunities not available in the high school curriculum.
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