We're so excited that you've decided to enroll at Walters State Community College! Please follow the steps below.
Submit official high school transcript, GED/HISET scores, or home-school transcript.
If you have attended college for dual enrollment at another institution, submit your
official college transcript.
Regular High School Diploma
Submit official high school transcript, which must include graduation date and diploma type.
High School Equivalency Diploma
Submit official scores from the agency that administered the high school equivalency examination. Partial high school transcripts must also be submitted, if applicable.
Submit your ACT or SAT scores (if test was taken within the last five years of the start date of anticipated entry term). Students who choose not to submit ACT/SAT scores or do not have valid ACT or SAT scores may choose to take a placement test or be automatically placed into learning support courses.
For more information about obtaining your ACT or College Board scores, please, visit these sites.
Degree-seeking students over the age of 21 who have not taken a transferable college-level English and math have the option to take the Accuplacer exam for placement purposes in English, math, and reading. High School Equivalency recipients who do not have a prior college-level math or English may also take the Accuplacer exam regardless of age.
Students who do not have valid scores may choose to take a placement test or be automatically placed into learning support courses.
Pursuant to federal and state law, males who are 18 but not yet 26 years old, and are citizens of the United States or a resident of the United States must register with the Selective Service System. Certification of this registration must be provided to the college. Individuals born on or after January 1, 1960, who did not register with the Selective Service System, must provide the school with information that the failure to register was not knowing and willful. These individuals must provide the college with a copy of the response from the Selective Service System. Individuals may obtain their selective service number at: http://www.sss.gov.
Applicants are required to certify registration with the Selective Service or provide
a valid reason for not registering before enrolling in classes.