Middle Georgia State University
Macon, GA, USA

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Key Admission Stats

Institution Type
Public
  • Coed

Need Aware

This school may consider an applicant’s financial situation when deciding admission

Level of Institution
4 Year
Campus Setting
Small city
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100
99%
Acceptance Rate
3,237
Students Applied
733
Transfer Students Admitted

Admissions Requirements

SAT
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No
ACT
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No
SAT Subject Tests
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Yes
AP Course Credit
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Yes
Dual Enrollment
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Yes
Transcript
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Yes

Important Deadlines

Application Type Application Deadline Reply Deadline
Fall Regular Decision July 17
Spring Regular Decision December 6
Rolling Admissions

The college has rolling admissions, which means applications are accepted any time throughout the year.

Test Optional
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Yes
Application Fee
$30
Applications Accepted
Rolling Admissions
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Yes

Admitted Student Stats

In-State Students
86%
Out-Of-State Students
7%
US States Represented
39
Countries Represented
47
36%
Submitting ACT
76%
Submitting SAT
Average ACT Composite: 18
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36
Average SAT Composite: 990
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1600
SAT Percentiles

Math
25th
430
75th
540
Reading
25th
450
75th
550
2.90
Average GPA
Students Enrolled By Household Income

< $30k
431
$30k - $48k
197
$48k - $75k
140
$75k - $110k
95
$110k+
98

Admissions Resources

Admissions: visit page
Admissions Email: [email protected]
Admissions Telephone: 877-238-8664
For Students with Disabilities: visit page
For Veteran Services: visit page

What Students Are Saying

3.80 Average Rating
Buy your books early, invest in a rolling backpack, arrive early to class, and don't be afraid to visit the teachers and ask questions! The teachers are very approachable and will always make themselves available to answer questions or schedule a meeting with you.
Chloe from Macon, GA
Attend every class; it is good to start at a small college than a university because at a small college you can get the one on one relationship with your professor. At a university, you are only a number. Students that are coming to college right after high school should start off small, then work your way to the top.
Brittany from Mcdonough, GA
To do your research on any colleges you may attend, be prepared to be more accountable, and always stay on top of your coursework!
Iris G.
Don't be afraid to be a pest when it comes to classes and financial aid. The more they notice that you're serious about those things, the more they will tend to help you out. I have called many times about my application and now I call for my financial aid. You may think that they are getting tired of you but you have to remember.. This is what they get paid for helping us. So don't be afraid to be the one who is at class five minutes early and the one who stays after to get a better understanding of what was discussed in the session.
Jasmine from Mansfield, GA
Make sure you get to class early to find a parking spot. Don't be afraid to go talk to professors during office hours, they'll give you wonderful advice! Try and get to know your professors one-on-one so that if you need recommendation letters or forms in the future, you can go back and ask them to write for you.
Sarah from Forsyth, GA
Utilize the resources available to you like tutoring services. Don't be afraid to go to your professor for additional help. Study like you've never studied before. Get involved!!!
Brandon from Warner Robins, GA
Deal with your financial aid way ahead of time. If possible, make payments online to avoid going to the offices. Do not take the courses lightly. Macon State has very rigorous courses and I believe it should be recognized as being a difficult college. It is a reasonably priced college but it is difficult.
Kristan from Kathleen, GA
Students should come in with an open mind, always be on time, and keep up with assignments. I would recommend that students take advantage of all the on site resources of study, health, and recreation.
Kelly from Macon, GA
1. Buy your books a no sooner than 5-7 days before school starts.
2. Be prepared! (2 sharpened pencils, 2 pens, notebooks, and bag)
3. Tackle one assignment at a time. The professors are very flexible when it comes to freshman and will help you as much as they can.
4. DON'T OVERWHELM YOURSELF. College will stress you out the first few weeks.
5. Learn time-management.
Kaylee from Warner Robins, GA