Darton State College Catalog 2014-2015 - page 28

d. An official copy of SAT or ACT scores, if not on transcript
e. A student immunization form
All documents must be received by the application deadline.
Application/Document Deadlines
a. Fall – July 15
b. Spring – Students will only be accepted once a year in the fall semester
For more information on the MOWR Program, please contact Susan Bowen, Director of
Admissions, at (229) 317-6747, Elizabeth Perkins or Amy Foster, MOWR Program
Advisor, at (229) 317-6506.
: Darton State College and the
University System of Georgia have established the following guidelines for the
enrollment of persons 62 years of age or older. Applicants for this program:
a. Must submit a properly completed application for admission and a $20 non-
refundable application fee. Applicants shall meet all System and institutional
admissions requirements.
b. Must be residents of Georgia, 62 years of age or older at the time of registration,
and must present a birth certificate or other comparable written documentation of
age to enable the College to determine eligibility.
c. May enroll as a regular or audit student in courses offered for resident credit,
traditional or online classes, on a “space available” basis without payment of fees
except for supplies or laboratory fees, or activity and athletic fees.
d. Must meet all System, institution, and legislated degree requirements if they are
degree seeking students.
: Applicants who are
on Student Visa must complete the following requirements:
a. Provide an official English translation with all transcripts showing a minimum 1.8
high school grade point average (GPA) and proof of graduation.
b. Applicants whose first language is not English and whose language of instruction
was not English throughout secondary school must meet the English proficiency
requirement by submitting the results of the Test of English as a Foreign
Language (TOEFL) with a minimum score of 480 (paper-based), 157 (computer-
based), or 54 (internet-based). Applicants may choose to submit instead the
results of SAT I with a minimum verbal score of 330 to satisfy English proficiency
admission requirements or ACT with a minimum English scores of 12. SAT/ACT
scores are not required for admission. If testing is not readily available in the
student’s home country, the student upon arrival in the United States may take
the ACT or SAT. A minimum score of 12 for the ACT and 330 verbal for the SAT
are required. IELTS test scores are also accepted to demonstrate English
proficiency. A combined minimum score of 5 is required.
c. Provide documentation of sufficient resources to cover tuition, room and board,
health insurance and other living expenses. Send an affidavit from your financial
sponsor and an official letter from the sponsor’s bank stating a dollar amount of
readily available deposits in U.S. currency. The total cost of attendance for one
academic year is $14,812 for students with the out-of-state fee waiver
(International Student Fellowship), and $19,083 without the out-of-state fee
d. Copy of I-94, Visa, or Other Immigration Documents. If you are already in the
U.S., send a copy of your passport, I-94 card (DHS Departure Record). If you
are currently attending school, you must also submit a copy of your I-20.
e. Take compass placement test upon arrival. Compass is used as a placement
test only. F-1 students who scored below required compass scores will be
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