The Application Process

An application for admission can be completed online at

Students must submit a completed application, an official transcript of coursework and grades from high school through at least the eleventh grade, and an official American College Test (ACT) or the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), or the Classic Learning Test (CLT). A test-optional admission standard is available for students entering the spring or fall of 2022.  Test scores reported on a high school transcript are deemed official. All transcripts must be official copies sent directly from a high school or college to the Office of Admissions. Students not designating Georgetown College as a score recipient when registering for the exam and whose scores are not present on their official transcript should request scores be sent directly from the testing company.



(ACT Code 1514; SAT Code 1249)


The College does not require the writing portion of the ACT or SAT I exam. Additional materials (essays, recommendations, etc.) may be requested.

Applications are considered as soon as all of the above items are received. Students accepted for admission will receive an official offer of admission from the Director of Admissions, along with an Acceptance Agreement. Admitted students should complete and return the Acceptance Agreement along with a $200 non-refundable enrollment deposit by May 1. The deposit will be credited toward the first semester’s bill.

Students who have submitted the enrollment deposit will also receive class registration information from the Office of Admissions. Students are asked to attend a Preparation and Advising Workshop (PAWS) event before the fall semester begins to finalize their class schedule. Dates and information regarding PAWS will be sent from the Office of Admissions.

Medical forms can be found at the following link: Please complete these forms and mail them to Attn: Student Wellness Center, 400 East College St., Georgetown, KY 40324. All enrolling students should complete this information so the staff at the Student Wellness Center can best serve you. Students should get the following immunizations: Meningitis, MMR, Tdap, Polio, and Varicella, as well as a TB test.