To be admitted through the Georgia Virtual Technical Connection (GVTC) to one of the Technical College System of Georgia's (TCSG) 25 technical colleges, you must meet the following admissions requirements:
- Complete and submit the online application form with a non-refundable application fee.
- Submit high school, technical school, and/or college transcript.
NOTE: Home school students acceptance requirements in lieu of a high school diploma or transcript are as follows:
- Letter from superintendent's office showing that the parents conformed to the requirements of the Georgia Department of Education.
- Final or exit exam scores from an accredited state and/or national testing program.
- Annual progress reports for the equivalent of the home schooler's senior years.
NOTE: Students with diplomas from secondary schools located outside the United States may have their transcripts evaluated for euivalency by an approved outside evaluation organization or attain a General Education Development High School Equivalency Diploma (GED).
- Submit assessment test scores within the last five (5) years. These may be ASSET, SAT, ACT, or COMPASS. More information concerning the ASSET placement test can be found at http://www.act.org/asset/, as well as a sample exam.
- Sixteen (16) years of age or older.
NOTE: Some programs require an older age requirement.
- Beginning Student. A beginning student is one who has completed no technical college or other post-secondary work.
- Transfer Student. A transfer student is one who has completed work at any post-secondary institution.
- Transient Student. A transient student is a student who is enrolled at one technical college, requesting to take a course(s) at another technical college. This student must ask the home college to complete the Transient Student Agreement form and send to the host college.
- Special Admit Student. A special admit student is a student who is non-award seeking. This student desires credit for coursework, but is not pursuing a certificate, diploma, or associate degree.