“Traveling abroad for our service trip to Guyana, softened my heart. Being able to take a lot in, and deal with a lot of heaviness on this trip has helped me to understand people, and why people commit crime—sometimes because it’s a last resort to be able to eat. Understanding diversity, and being empathetic will be extremely helpful in my career in law enforcement.”
Timeline to Apply to Georgian Court University.
Preparing for college can be exhilarating, and we’re glad you’re excited to apply to Georgian Court University. We can’t wait to get to know you!
In your junior year of high school:
- Check out our academic offerings.
- Attend a campus event.
- Start thinking about financial aid and how you’ll afford college.
In your senior year of high school:
We offer many opportunities for seniors to tour and visit our gorgeous campus and meet some terrific GCU students.
Georgian Court University has rolling deadlines for first-year students like you, so your application can be accepted throughout the year. Apply by June 15—before you graduate from high school—for priority consideration.
- Complete your application form, and pay your $40 fee.
- Have your school counselor submit your official high school transcripts with your 12th-grade courses listed.
- Obtain a letter of recommendation.
- Have your SAT or ACT results forwarded to the Office of Admissions.
Fill out your FAFSA!
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov between January and April.
- Meet the FAFSA priority deadline of April 15 for fall enrollment or November 15 for spring enrollment and maximize your chances of receiving funds.
- For more information, visit the Office of Financial Aid.