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Post-Baccalaureate Students

A post-baccalaureate is a student that has received a bachelor’s degree from another institution and wants to enroll in additional undergraduate level courses. They may or may seek to earn a second undergraduate degree.


Non-Degree Seeking
  1. Apply for Admission ($30 non-refundable application fee).
  2. Official transcript from the institution in which undergraduate degree was received.

On Page 3 of your application, under “Enrollment Information:”

  • Application Type: “Postbaccalaureate”
  • Do you plan to seek a degree? “No”
  • What degree do you intend to earn? “Select a degree”
  • What is your intended major? “Non Degree – Post Baccalaureate”

Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for federal financial aid.


Degree Seeking
  1. Apply for Admission ($30 non-refundable application fee).
  2. Official transcripts from all previous institutions.

On Page 3 of your application, under “Enrollment Information:”

  • Application Type: “Postbaccalaureate”
  • Do you plan to seek a degree? “Yes”
  • What degree do you intend to earn? “Bachelor’s”
  • What is your intended major? Choose the major you intend to earn.

Credit Evaluation

Once you have been accepted to Georgia Southern University you will receive a credit evaluation detailing what courses will transfer into our institution. For more detailed information about what specific class will transfer, please use the Registrar’s Transfer Equivalency Tool.


If you have questions, contact Neal Richardson at jrichardson@georgiasouthern.edu or 912.478.0860.


The Georgia Southern Office of Undergraduate Admissions will only maintain a record of non-enrolling student test scores and transcripts for five years. Admission applications and fees are only kept for two years.

Last updated: 5/8/2012