I’m hoping to start attending Georgia State University in the fall of 2020, but there are some restrictions that need to be ironed out before I can even consider attending.
I’ll have to apply for admission before I’m admitted, which means I’ll need to apply at least once to the university.
I’m also required to show I’m in good health and can handle living and working on campus.
Georgia State is one of the top public universities in the South, and I’m interested in going there for a few reasons.
For starters, the university offers a lot of scholarships.
According to Georgia State, over 50% of Georgia State students graduate with a degree.
Georgia Tech, the University of Georgia and Georgia State are among the best public universities on the South.
In addition, Georgia State offers an array of scholarships and grants for students who are unable to attend Georgia Tech or Georgia State.
I can also use the scholarships for travel.
Georgia is one very competitive state, so a few of my top colleges have offered scholarships to students who need to travel, which I’m thrilled about.
I hope to be able to take advantage of those scholarships as soon as possible.
The Georgia State admissions office will be looking for applications in November 2020.
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