If you have taken courses at another college or university, regardless of grades earned
or how long ago you attended, you are a transfer student.
Step 1: Apply for Admission
Complete an Admissions Application either online or in person at the Admissions office
and submit the $30 non-refundable application fee.
Step 2: Submit Transcripts
Ask your high school and college(s) to mail an official transcript to the HGTC Admissions
Horry-Georgetown Technical College, Office of Admissions,
PO Box 261966, Conway, SC 29528-6066.
Official transcripts can also be emailed (by the high school and college) to firstname.lastname@example.org or hand-delivered to the HGTC Admissions Office in a sealed envelope.
If college transcript(s) show that you have completed at least one college-level math
course and one college-level English composition course, with an earned grade of "C"
or above in these two courses, you will not be required to submit test scores. Developmental/remedial
college courses are not applicable nor transferable. If you do not have these courses,
you can submit SAT or ACT test scores that are no more than 5 years old, or take the
ACCUPLACER placement test to determine your course placement.
Step 3: Begin the Financial Aid process
No matter how you intend to pay for tuition and fees, you should start the Financial Aid application process when you apply to HGTC. Go to fsaid.ed.gov. to create an ID then
go to fafsa.ed.gov to complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
HGTC school code - 004925
Step 4: Meet with a New Student Enrollment Advisor
After you have received an acceptance letter, schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor to help you create your class schedule.
If you have questions about the advisement process, email the staff at email@example.com.
Step 5. Set up a Payment Plan
Pay your tuition and fees by the deadline to avoid being dropped from classes. Check
the Academic Calendar for these important dates. There are a variety of payment plans listed here.
Step 6. Attend an Orientation Session
Sign up for a New Student Orientation (NSO) session that you want to attend. If you can’t attend a session in person, you can
Once admitted, you will receive a Username and Password for access to WaveNet, the
college-information site. You will receive this information in your acceptance letter
or by an Admissions Specialist at any of our campuses. Your WaveNet account will
allow you to check financial aid, account balance, grades, email, and much more. WaveNet
Central or the Admissions Office can help you if you have questions regarding the
navigation of WaveNet.
Stop by any of our three campuses, give us a call at (843) 349-5277, or email us at