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Admissions Requirements

Secondary School GPA: 2.3

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Special Factors

AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: No

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Contact Info

3219 College Street Savannah, GA 31404-5310
Phone: (912) 358-4778
Admissions Phone: (912) 358-4338
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Savannah State University
  • Located in Savannah, GA
  • Public
  • 4,769 students enrolled
  • 34% admitted
  • $3,886 annual cost to attend


Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Sean from Wrens, GA
  • I am a current student here

    A tip that I can give to prospective students is to use the multitude of resources that the University offers you, whether it be the library or any tutoring programs available. Also, try getting involved with a club or organization and be a well-rounded student.

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  • Dennis from Richmond Hill, GA
  • I am a current student here

    -apply early -handle important stuff like financial aid early to stay away from long lines -always study and do your work, there would be plenty of opportunities this way.

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  • Chantel from JACKSONVILLE, FL
  • I am a current student here

    1) Make sure to turn in all your paperwork early. Try to get your stuff together before the rush, when everyone will be in the financial aid, and bursars office. 2) If you plan to stay on campus make sure to get to know your CA. They are there to help you, but sometimes you need to make the first effort. 3) Plan to be involved, make sure you have your academics together your first semester, but make sure to look at some of the organizations on campus. There is bound to be something that interests you. 4) If you are from out of state there is a representative just for you, who is suppose to help you with scholarships, and simple things to make your first year a little easier. 5) There is a freshman academy that will allow you to explore the campus and all it has to offer, along with alternative trips for breaks that you could become a part of to get to know your incoming class better.

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