Georgia Highlands College students are not required to submit Accuplacer, SAT, or ACT scores for admissions. Admissions decisions will be based on your high school GPA, college transcript, or GED Test.
If you are placed in Learning Support, you may take Accuplacer. Placement information and links to register and pay for testing are available through the Check Admission Status website. You will need to login with your Social Security Number (or GHC Student ID number) and your date of birth. Scroll down to a box labeled Placement. You will see a button labeled Click here to sign up.
You will be redirected to a page to sign up for a test session. You will need to create an account to register and pay for the test. If you do not see Placement information on the Check Admission Status website, please contact Testing at firstname.lastname@example.org or 706-204-2110.
Georgia Highlands College testing services are administered by the Georgia Highlands College Library. Feel free to contact the library with questions regarding testing.
The mission of the Department of Testing Services is to provide students, faculty, staff, and the community with a secure, distraction-reduced, and accessible environment. The Department strives to adhere to the Standards and Guidelines of the National College Testing Association to create a positive testing experience that supports the academic success of all test takers.
- Support academic success, advancement, and retention of test takers by scheduling and providing a variety of testing services throughout the year at multiple college sites.
- Provide current information on testing services being offered through a routinely updated Testing Services website as well as continual training of Proctors and Library Faculty and Staff who assist testers with questions.
- Monitor the efficiency of testing procedures and equipment, including hardware and software, to ensure timely, effective changes are implemented as needed.
- Further support academic success of test takers by reporting scores to appropriate parties as required, as well as explaining test scores when testers have questions or directing test takers to appropriate College personnel in other departments as needed.