Georgia State University’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions is pleased to announce that starting this fall, we are moving from an early action admissions process to a rolling admissions cycle. Read on to learn the benefits of rolling admissions and the difference between other admissions cycle types including early action and regular decision.
Georgia State made this change to better serve its prospective students during their application process, but what does this mean for you? Instead of releasing admissions decisions on a particular date, we will now respond to applicants as they submit complete applications/documentation and release decisions on a regular basis.
Applying to college can be overwhelming, but understanding the admissions cycles make the application process easier to navigate. It is important to know what admissions process the schools you are applying to use, because each university has different requirements and deadlines. You’ll want to be aware of what documentation is expected, the options you have to consider, such as additional applications for certain academic programs and each application timeline.
Associate Vice President and Director of Undergraduate Admissions
Georgia State University