Fast Track Admission

Walk in ready to apply and you could walk out registered for classes!

How it works

Before the event:

  1. Gather your transcripts from all colleges and universities you’ve attended. If you have fewer than 24 college credits, we also need your high school transcript.
    Note: We can accept unofficial transcripts for admission purposes at this event, but official copies from each institution must be received by the add/drop deadline during the first week of your entering term. 
  2. Complete the FAFSA if you’d like to be considered for financial aid. It takes a few days for us to receive your information from the government, so please do this ahead of time. 
  3. Plan for your personal statement if you want to complete an application in our office (you can also complete a free application online beforehand). In the personal statement we ask you to tell us about a life event that had a significant impact on you, and is how we get to know you a little better.

At the event you’ll:

  1. Receive some general program information from an admission counselor.
  2. Complete your application on a laptop in our office if you haven’t submitted one yet.
  3. Meet with an academic advisor to choose and register for your first classes.
  4. Speak with a financial aid counselor to determine what type of aid you are eligible for.
  5. Go on a walking tour of campus and leave ready for the first day of class!

Ready to sign up for a Fast Track Admission? Sign up for the next scheduled event on our calendar!

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Convenient Location

100-acre campus near Marta and all major interstates

Enjoy the small college experience with all the benefits of a big city.

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Accelerated Learning

Finish your degree more quickly

Our 8-week sessions allow you to attend full-time while concentrating on just two classes at a time.

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Expert Faculty

Top caliber courses taught by tenured faculty

No lecture halls and teaching assistants here. Get to know your professors on a personal level and participate in meaningful class discussions.

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Career Advancement

Resources to help you take the next step in your career

Identify your strengths, prepare for job interviews, and sharpen your resume.

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