Participating Institutions

The Regents’ Engineering Pathway (REPP) is a cooperative program between the Engineering Program and participating REPP Partner institutions within the University System of Georgia:

For the first two years, students in this program attend one of the REPP Partner participating institutions, where they take all of the mathematics and science and many of the engineering courses required in the first two years of the REPP Engineering institution’s engineering curricula. Upon successful completion of the REPP requirements at the REPP Partner institution, students are admitted to the REPP Engineering Institution to work toward completion of a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree. The curriculum will be specific in the appendices for each Engineering Program.

Advising of REPP Partner students

Academic advisement of REPP Partner students regarding the admissions and REPP requirements will be the responsibility of the regular advising staff at the REPP Partner. Each institution will monitor the academic  performance of students enrolling under this agreement before transfer, and identify problems that may interfere with the successful transfer of students to the REPP Engineering institution.

Program Management and Reporting

The REPP Engineering institution and the REPP Partnering USG Institution agree to cooperate in communicating with each other and between common and respective parties concerning the established relationship between the two institutions. Each institution will assume the responsibility for appropriate marketing to their respective students and faculty populations. Faculty and staff at both institutions will communicate information about the REPP to students and prospective students.

The REPP Engineering Institution will designate a REPP Director and/or other point(s) of contact for the Program.

The point of contact for REPP Engineering Institutions are:

  • Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Georgia Southern University
  • Kennesaw State University
  • Mercer University
  • University of Georgia

The REPP Director will be an academic faculty member in good standing. The Director will:

  1. coordinate communication from their respective institutions and ensure that information is disseminated to the affected parties;
  2. monitor student progress; and
  3. annually evaluate and negotiate improvements for the

The REPP Partnering institutions will designate an REPP Coordinator who will be an academic faculty member in good standing.  The REPP Coordinator will:

  1. coordinate communication from their respective institutions and ensure that information is disseminated to the affected parties;
  2. monitor student progress;
  3. annually evaluate and negotiate improvements for the REPP;
  4. oversee advisement of REPP students and serve as point of contact for academic advising questions; and
  5. collect and manage transfer applications and Intent to Transfer

REPP Engineering Institutions and REPP Partner institutions agree to exchange relevant transfer student information for the purpose of monitoring and enhancing student retention, progression and graduation. The information may also be used to enhance curricular course offerings. At no time will the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) or Institutional Research Board (IRB) regulations or requirements be violated.