Admission Procedures

Admission to Middle Georgia State University requires the Office of Admissions to know as much as possible about the academic ability and conduct of its applicants. Acceptance is based on previous academic performance, test scores, conduct, and, when appropriate, results of personal interviews and other information deemed necessary to determine the applicant's general fitness for admission to an institution of higher learning. Only after such information is obtained can the University make an admissions decision in the best interest of both the applicant and the University. Middle Georgia State University reserves the right to refuse admission to an applicant based on the results of such appraisal. The admission procedures outlined below should be followed in order to furnish the Office of Admissions with a complete set of relevant information.

Prospective students should:

  1. Complete the online application through either GaFutures or at A $30 nonrefundable application fee is required and can be paid online with a credit card.
  2. Have an official transcript sent by the high school directly to the Office of Admissions if entering directly from high school.
  3. Have an official transcript of GED test scores sent by the State Department of Education directly to the Office of Admissions if entering on the basis of a GED "High School Equivalency Diploma."
  4. Have an official transcript from each college attended sent by the respective registrar's offices directly to the Office of Admissions at Middle Georgia State University if entering as a transfer student.
  5. Have SAT or ACT test scores sent directly to the Office of Admissions.
  6. Submit appropriate document for Verification of Lawful Presence in the United States. Document list is available at

    Proof of immunization is required. More information can be found at 

The mailing address for the Office of Admissions is 100 University Parkway, Macon, Georgia 31206-5145. The telephone number is 1-478-471-2725. The email address is

Applicants may also check their admission status at any time using our online Admission Status checker found at Official admission decision letters will be mailed to the permanent mailing address on file in the Office of Admissions.