Office of Recruitment :: Georgia Perimeter College
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GPC Office of Recruitment
 Office of Recruitment

The Office of Recruitment offers outreach to potential students, high school counselors, employers and community organizations. We are dedicated to providing the information and services of the highest quality to potential students, and assisting them with a seamless entry into Georgia Perimeter College.

Services and tools for High School Counselors

  • Are your students interested in earning a bachelor's degree from schools such as Georgia Tech, UGA, Morehouse, University of Louisville, or UAB ? If they complete an Associate Degree at GPC, we can GUARANTEE their admission for their junior year to these and 28 other top institutions through our Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) Program! Learn More!
  • Link to GPC MYSTATUS - designed to allow an applicant to see the detailed status of her/his application.
  • ELECTRONIC TRANSCRIPTS: Getting your students' transcripts to GPC has never been easier! Link to the GSFC instruction page on electronic transcripts through GAcollege411.
  • Link to GPC International Student Admissions Advisement page. This is an electronic form that, when filled out, will respond with a list of admissions requirements tailored to the needs of an individual student based on his/her individual status.

A note about test scores: official SAT and ACT test scores are NOT required for admission except for Joint Enrollment and Home-Schooled applicants. However, if your students have taken or plan to take the SAT (GPC code # 5711) or ACT (GPC code #0806) exams, please send have them send official test scores to Georgia Perimeter College. Their test scores may exempt them from portions of the placement test, Learning Support classes, and required Regents’ testing.

To speak with a GPC representative regarding recruitment for GPC, call 678.891.4125

Matt Mikkelsen

Matt Mikkelsen

Matthew Mikkelsen was Georgia Perimeter College's first intern to work at the Atlanta Consulate General Office of Japan. He often greeted his coworkers with a slight bow and said, "konnichiwa," the friendly "hello" in Japanese.   More >