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Due to uncertainty about the availability of SAT/ACT testing during the COVID-19 pandemic,
Augusta University will waive the SAT/ACT requirement for first-year students for
the upcoming Spring, Summer, and Fall 2021 semesters.
First-year students must still meet all other admissions requirements, which includes
completing the Required High School Curriculum and providing all other requested documentation.
Students who have SAT and ACT scores already are encouraged to submit them but are
not required. Additionally, Augusta University will employ a GPA threshold (a minimum
unweighted high school GPA of 3.0) to make admissions eligibility decisions for students
who do not submit test scores.
Students that opt to submit test scores will be reviewed using our standard review
process, which uses the Freshman Index (FI) System that is detailed on our freshman requirements page.
Education for your life
What is education for? At Augusta University, it’s for you—a tool you can use to build the life you’ve always imagined, or a space for you to
figure out what you want to learn, to do, and to become. And it’s also for others.
You can develop your skills and expertise here and carry it with you after graduation,
into a world that needs changing and even saving.
At Augusta University, higher education is for both today and tomorrow. A rich and worthwhile experience in itself, your time here also shapes and sustains you throughout your career—and for the rest
of your life.
Whatever you hope to do, Augusta University has a program to suit your needs and support your ambitions. As a designated center of medical, dental, and health sciences excellence, we prepare
the next generation of medical researchers and health care providers. And as a thriving
comprehensive research university, we offer more than 150 areas of study—in music,
math, medicine, and much more. Home to four campuses in Augusta and several satellite
locations across Georgia, Augusta University is at the forefront of groundbreaking
research and focused on improving well-being and enriching lives.