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New Student Admissions

Horry Georgetown Technical College
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New Student College Admissions

  • Step 1. Submit an Application

    Each application must be submitted along with a $30 non-refundable application fee.  Acceptable forms of payment are Visa, MasterCard, Discover or electronic check.  Online applications that do not have a valid form of payment will not be processed.

  • Step 2. Begin the Financial Aid Process

    No matter how you intend to pay for tuition and fees, begin the Financial Aid application process when you apply to HGTC. Learn More about Financial Aid »

  • Step 3. Submit Transcripts

    Request that your high school and/or college(s) mail an official transcript to the HGTC Admissions Office at:

    Horry Georgetown Technical College Office of Admissions
    PO Box 261966
    Conway, SC 29528-6066

    Official transcripts can also be emailed (by the high school or college) to transcripts@hgtc.edu or hand-delivered to the HGTC Admissions Office in a sealed envelope.

  • Step 4. Submit Test Scores

    New Students who are required to take the Accuplacer placement test must first participate in the Start Right Experience, which is offered in-person or online. The Start Right Experience is designed to ensure success in placement testing and prepare you to enter the college environment. Visit WaveNet Central for in-person sessions, or complete The Start Right Experience online.

    The Accuplacer placement test is available for first-time college students or transfer students who have not yet had college-level English or math.  You can take the Accupllacer test in any one of HGTC's Testing Centers.  SAT and/or ACT scores less than 5 years old  are acceptable in place of Accuplacer scores.  Learn more about the Accuplacer Placement Test and the Testing Center.

  • Step 5. Complete any Additional Admissions Requirements

    Some academic programs have additional requirements, such as background checks and physical-ability assessments

    Here are links to the most common forms:

  • Step 6. Meet with a New Student Enrollment Advisor

    Our Academic Advising staff will help you create your schedule of classes. Once you have completed the admissions process and received an acceptance letter, you should see a an advisor. New Student Enrollment Advisors see students on a walk-in basis and by appointment. 

    For more information and to schedule an appointment contact:

    Conway Campus
    Building 1100, Room 120
    843-349-5277

    Grand Strand Campus
    Building 200, Room 117
    843-477-2060

    Georgetown Campus
    Room 121
    843-546-8406

  • Step 7. Attend an Orientation Session

    Many new students are required to attend an HGTC orientation session, known as NSO, to help make a successful transition to college.  This orientation will allow new students to:

    • Learn about campus resources designed to help you reach goals.
    • Learn about book purchasing, tuition payments, student parking, safety, HGTC email, the academic calendar, and much more.
    • Have an opportunity to have questions about HGTC answered.
    • Meet other new and current students, as well as faculty and staff members.
    • Learn how and why to use WaveNet, HGTC's online campus-information center.
    • Gain a better understanding of HGTC's policies and procedures.

    In person NSO sessions are offered often prior to the beginning of each semester. You must sign up in advance for the NSO session that you want to attend. Click here to register.

    If you cannot attend a session in person, you can participate in an NSO-Online session.

Stop by any of our three campuses, give us a call at (843) 349-5277, or email us at admissions@hgtc.edu. The main Admissions Office is on the Conway Campus, Building 1100, Room 120.