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For more than 30 years, Brenau has offered flexible, convenient, and professionally focused undergraduate and graduate degrees and professional certification programs in formats and locations that make it possible for more people to fulfill their dream of a better life through learning. Programs in multiple majors exist online and at campuses around Georgia in North Atlanta, South Atlanta, Augusta, Gainesville, and Jacksonville, FL for women and men, both traditional and nontraditional students. You can tailor a program that addresses both your academic needs and schedule demands. As a Brenau student, you can schedule your classes the way you want: on-ground, online or a combination of the two. Many of our programs can be completed 100% online, too.
At Brenau, we understand the pressures of busy working adults like you. And we offer you possibilities, not problems. Take classes on your schedule. Get the counseling you need to succeed in your coursework. Chart your course with the help of experts who have been there.
Together, we’ll help you discover the extraordinary life you desire – and that you deserve.
Please feel free to call us at 800.252.5119 ext. 6100 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or would like to speak with an admissions specialist.
Transfer applicants who present a minimum GPA of 2.0 will ordinarily be granted admission. Students who have successfully completed over 30 semester hours of college level work at a regionally accredited post-secondary institution may be exempt from the need to submit high school transcripts or standardized test scores. Evidence of satisfaction of these requirements shall only be in the form of an official, sealed transcript from authorized school personnel or an official, sealed G.E.D. certificate. Some programs have more stringent cumulative GPA requirements. Applicants should consult the appropriate section of this Catalog for further admissions information. Students may be admitted to advanced standing on the basis of work completed at other regionally accredited colleges. Satisfactory enrollment and completion of course work at other institutions is evidence of a student’s ability to do university-level work. Brenau encourages applications from these prospective students in the belief that its academic programs and personnel can assist them in completing their baccalaureate programs. These students add desirable diversity and heterogeneity to the student body. Applicants for advanced standing shall submit an official, sealed transcript and some applicants will be asked to submit a statement of good academic standing from each institution previously attended. Transfer students generally must be in good standing as of the date of application. In some cases, letters of recommendation may be submitted or requested, in addition to the other documents.Please visit the Brenau University Catalog for more information about the Transfer Credit Policy.
✓ Submit your online application at www.brenau.edu/apply.
✓ Request that all transcripts from previous institutions (and your high school transcript if required) be sent directly to the Office of Admissions.
✓ Request that Standardized Test Scores (ACT or SAT) be sent directly to the Office of Admissions.
✓ Begin the Financial Aid process by filing out the FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Please see the Apply for Financial Aid page for more information.
✓ Like Brenau Admissions on Facebook.
Mail documents to:
Office of Admissions
500 Washington St SE
Gainesville, GA 30501
Move On When Ready
What is Move On When Ready? The Move On When Ready program allows eligible high school or home student students at the high school level to take college coursework at no cost. These students earn postsecondary credit hours and simultaneously meet their high school graduation or Home Study diploma completion requirements.
Students Applying for Dual Credit Enrollment at Brenau University
High school students in their junior or senior year may, with the approval of their high school counselor, enroll in a combined number of high school and college courses per semester in the MOWR program.
For more information or to apply to the program please download the Move On When Ready Application PDF.