KSU Admission Scholars Program
KSU Admission Scholars – Admission Scholars represent the top freshmen accepted to KSU, and have exciting opportunities through the Honors Program.
Admissions Scholars represent the top freshmen entering KSU. KSU Office of Undergraduate Admissions identifies these candidates by May of each year and invites them to a special Orientation program. At this program, recognition is bestowed and information is provided concerning a number of advance opportunities designed for high ability students.
Recognition in the KSU Admissions Scholars Program opens the door to all of the accelerated academic honors programs available to first time high ability freshmen. Among the accelerated opportunities are scholarship resources, study abroad options, KSU Academic Honors Program, Admissions Scholar Great Books Cohort, the Center for Student Leadership President's Emerging Scholars, the President's Emerging Scholars for Science and Math, and the STARS Recruitment Organization. To learn more about these specific opportunities click the appropriate link in the menu table.
University Admissions seeks to recruit and recognize high performing freshmen each year.
First time freshmen with superior academic credentials are invited to participate in this recognition program and enjoy the benefits of the special status of Admissions Scholar.
The four qualifications required for participation are:
- Graduate from an accredited high school
- Apply and be fully accepted to KSU for fall semester
- Score 1200 or greater combined Critical Reading and Mathematics subscores on the SAT or score a 26 ACT Composite
- Achieve an academic high school GPA of 3.50 or greater
Students satisfying the above criteria will be considered for the Admissions Scholar Recognition Program.
The KSU Admissions Scholar recognition program is hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Nichole McGehee is the dedicated honors admission counselor assisting and recruiting high performance students.
These students typically earn accelerated credits from IB, AP courses, high school honors programs, attending Governor’s Honors or achieving the University System of Georgia Certificate of Merit standing. Nichole is available to counsel these students regarding admission, communicate with and archive inductees, administer the Scholar recognition program, and also serves as the Dual Enrollment Honors Program specialist.
Please contact Nichole at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns you have regarding any aspect of honors admission.