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Welcome to UWG's eCore Advisement Center

eCore are online core courses that are provided through a state-wide collaborative program. eCore courses are taught entirely online, except for the occasional proctored exam. Courses satisfy the basic core curriculum requirements at any University System of Georgia institution.



How do I Apply?

The Admission's Office application deadlines for FALL 2010 semester are as follows:

New and Transient Students: June 1, 2010
Transfer Students: May 1, 2010 (preferred)

Please visit the Admission's Website for the admission's guidelines, documents, and deadline dates:

Below are different scenarios that may help you with the admission's process:

Case #1: I haven't been in school for years. I have never attended UWG. Where do I start?

If you've been out of school for more than 5 years and never attended college , you will not be required to take the SAT and some other requirements will be waived. However, you will have to take a placement exam and may be required to take Learning Support/ Remedial courses before being allowed to enroll in eCore or other college-credit courses.

As of June 2003: "A student with LS requirements who is enrolled in all required LS courses may now take an eCore course if the student has met the LS prerequisite(s) for the course. (For example, a student with an LS requirement only in math who is enrolled in LS math may take an eCore course in English.) The student must drop the eCore course(s) if dropping the required LS course(s)."

To be classified as a non-traditional student, one must have not attended high school/college within the past five (5) years, and earned no more than 45 quarter/30 semester hours of transferable college credit.

Whether or not you are classified as a non-traditional student, see this website for a quick review of the admission documents you will need:

Please contact the UWG Admissions Office at or 678-839-5600 for additional assistance.

Deadlines for Admission are located here:

Click here to find the upcoming deadlines - registration dates, dates classes begin, dates classes end and deadline to withdraw:

Case #2: It has been over a year since I attended UWG. Now I want to start back to school. How do I begin?

If you were previously admitted to UWG but have not registered for/ attended classes in more than one calendar year, you will need to re-apply to UWG.

The current UWG Registrar's Office Readmission policy:

Deadlines for Admission are located here:

Click here to find the upcoming deadlines - registration dates, dates classes begin, dates classes end, deadline to withdraw:

Case #3: I am are already enrolled at another institution and would like to visit UWG as a transient student to take an eCore class.

If you are already enrolled at another institution and you want to visit UWG to take classes as a transient student, you will need to do the following:

  1. Complete the Admission's Application, found here:
  2. Obtain a Transient Approval Letter from the Registrar or Dean of your previously college. This Transient Letter must state that you are in good academic standing.
  3. Mail in your completed Admissions Application and Transient Approval Letter, along with a $30 application fee to the following address:

    Univ of West Georgia
    Office of Admissions
    Mandeville Hall
    Front Campus Dr
    Carrollton, GA 30118

See the admissions website for more information:

If you need additional information, please contact the UWG eCore Advisor:

Student's Last Name A-L: Julili Fowler at 770-254-7435 or
Student's Last Name M-Z: Dawn Senfeld at 678-839-5489 or

If you have questions about past course credits or the re-admission process, it is the Registrar's office from whom you need to seek assistance: Tel: 678-839-6438
Parker Hall,

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