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Admission of Home Schooled Students

Applicants Who Have Completed An Accredited Home School Program

Students completing a home study program accredited by the regional authority (such as the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools), a state’s Department of Education, or certain Georgia authorities (Georgia Accrediting Commission, Georgia Private School Accrediting Commission, or the Accrediting Commission for Independent Study), must submit the following:  

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Applicants Who Have Not Completed An Accredited Home School Program

Home educated applicants who have not completed an accredited home school program must submit the following:  

*University System of Georgia requires Home Schooled students to take the SAT or the ACT and to meet the minimum total score of the average combined score of the preceding year’s enrolled Freshman Class.   The standard for Fall 2012 home schooled applicants is a combined math/critical reading SAT Score of 991 (minimum subsection scores are 430 Critical Reading and 410 Math), or an ACT Composite of 21 (minimum sub section scores are ACT English 17 and 17 Math).


Home Schooled Applicants Applying as Transfer Students

Transfer applicants who were home schooled or graduated from a non-accredited high school, and who have earned less than 30 credit, transferable semester hours at the time of the UWG admission application, must meet Freshman admission requirements, including submission of the Home School Documentation Form.


Application Deadlines

Fall Semester – June 1
Spring Semester – November 15
Summer Semester – May 15


The following documents should be submitted to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions as a completed packet: