All students must be at least 16 years of age at the time of application to Georgia Northwestern Technical College.
Generally, a high school diploma or GED is required for admission to most programs at Georgia Northwestern Technical College. There are programs that do not require a diploma or GED to enter, but do require that the student receives a GED prior to graduation from GNTC.
Application for Admission
Georgia Northwestern Technical College admits students regardless of age, sex, race, national origin, color or handicap. Students seeking admission into any credit or non-credit course or program must be at least 16 years of age. All applicants must submit a Georgia Northwestern application with a non-refundable application fee.
- Take the ASSET or COMPASS placement test
- Submit acceptable SAT or ACT scores
- Provide an official transcript from an accredited post secondary institution showing satisfactory completion of appropriate English and math courses
Applications from persons who do not actually enroll in Georgia Northwestern Technical College will be maintained for one year from the date of application.
If circumstantial evidence, such as experiential learning, indicates the probability of special technical aptitude or knowledge on the part of the petitioning student, a written, oral, and/or performance examination will be developed and administered. Students who score 80% or higher on all components of the examination will be awarded a grade of "EX" for the course. The "EX" indicates credit by examination. The "EX" carries no grade points, but the number of credit hours normally assigned to the course will be awarded. A student is eligible to challenge a course only one time. The credit by exam must be taken before the first day of the class in which the student is enrolled. Read More...
Georgia Northwestern Technical College will accept course credits from regionally and nationally accredited institutions of higher education without time constraints. The institution does not limit the amount of time it will honor coursework taken at the college. However, Nursing and Allied Health Programs and Health Technologies programs do have limitations on science and math courses, and at the discretion of a student’s advisor, students may be required to repeat coursework where the course content has changed significantly. Read More...