Office of

Recruitment and Admissions

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The Office of Recruitment and Admissions is dedicated to serving all new students with their transition to Georgia Southwestern. Whether you are beginning your college career or furthering your education to springboard your career, we strive to provide University information to all incoming students.

Admission Types

Undergraduate Admissions

Graduate Admissions

GSW's Office of Recruitment and Admissions looks forward to assisting you with your college search process. Our friendly staff is available to help you and aid in the admission process.


Office of Recruitment and Admissions

800 GSW State University Drive
Americus, Georgia 31709

229-928-1273 undergraduate
229-931-4206 graduate
1-800-338-0082 toll free

Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm

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Admissions Staff

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Degrees and Programs

Explore over 60 accredited programs including majors, minors, certifications and endorsements to find the one right for you.

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GSW Affordability

Compare our costs to similar colleges and universities, and view our 6-State-1-Rate advantage.

Freshman Student

Freshman Scholarships

Complete your application for a variety of scholarship opportunities including programs specifically aimed at freshman to fund your education.

Dual Enrollment Student

Online Programs

Explore all of the options GSW offers making your education available from anywhere with our convenient online platforms.

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Guaranteed Acceptance Program

Check out the School of Nursing's Guaranteed Acceptance Program which assures a select number of exceptional high school students accepted to GSW a place in our nursing program.

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Veterans Educational Services

Transitioning from the military to furthering your education is made simple by offering a variety of resources for veterans.

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