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Oglethorpe University received 2,203 applications for fall 2018 admissions. 62% of the applicants were offered admission out of which 331 students accepted the offer and enrolled in the first-year class. 56% of the total student population is female.
|Application Portal||University Application/Common Application|
|Application Fee (non-refundable)||$50|
|Mode of Payment||Master-Card/ American Express/Discover/Visa|
|Acceptance Rate for Fall 2018||62%|
|Average GPA||3.4 - 3.9|
|Average SAT Score||Critical Reading: 570 - 660|
Math: 540 - 630
|Average ACT Score||22 - 27|
|Intake Seasons||Fall, Spring|
|Application Deadline||Early Action: November 15|
Regular: Rolling Admission
Oglethorpe University enrolled 1,264 students for fall 2018, out of which 8.5% belong to international students. Students from 33 states and 31 countries are enrolled at the university.
|Test||Minimum Required Score|
|ESL||Completed level 7|
|Duolingo English Exam||Proficient user|
International students seeking admission to Oglethorpe University must obtain the F1 student visa to enter the United States. The necessary I-20 document will be issued by the university. Students are requested not to apply for visa, 90 days before the registered date on I-20.
Listed below are the required documentation for applying the student visa:
The other supporting documentation includes:
Oglethorpe University offers an undergraduate degree in Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies, Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science
Application Fee: No application fee, if applied via Early action, else an application fee of $50 is charged.
Additional requirement for transfer students:
Every Undergraduate degree offered by the University also demand the fulfilment of a ‘Residency requirement’. This regulates the number of hours a student should earn to graduate from the university. The precise number of hours is unique to the degree to be earned by the student.
The University also advises prospective students to know their counselor, visit the campus and schedule an interview. The office of Admissions can be reached at: Campus Location: Lupton Hall, 1st Floor; Phone Number: 404.364.8307; and Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.