Returning Students


A readmit student is one who has been out of school at least one semester. Because each situation is unique, you are advised to consult with a Student Affairs representative to determine what items will be needed to complete the readmission process.

  • Readmit students must reapply to the college. You can fill out a readmit application by clicking here.
  • Readmit students may be required to complete a BLAST online orientation session prior to advisement and registration.
  • If placement testing took place more than five years ago and no core classes were taken, you must retake the Accuplacer placement exam; retesting may be required, if you wish to change your program.
  • If you have enrolled in another college since you were last at Savannah Technical College, you will need to have official transcripts sent for evaluation.
  • Reapply for financial aid and consult with a Student Affairs representative to determine your eligibility.
  • Effective January 1, 2012, all applicants, new and returning, must provide validation of lawful presence in the United States.  Click here for more information and to view a complete list of required verifiable documents.
  • Students applying for in-state tuition must provide validation of GA residency. A current Driver’s License issued by the State of Georgia after January 1, 2008 or a current ID issued by the State of Georgia after January 1, 2008 may be used.  A list of additional documents is available in the Student Affairs One Stop Shop.
  • The college is effective with the effective with the beginning of Fall Semester, which is the start of a new academic year. Students must adhere to the catalog of enrollment. If a student does not enroll at Savannah Technical College for two semesters or more, the student must satisfy the program requirements as approved by the college at the time the student re-enrolls. If program requirements change during a period in which a student is continuously enrolled (no interruption), the student has the option of satisfying the new program requirements, as amended, or completing those described in the catalog when the student first declared their major. In cases where programs are revised and a course is no longer available, an appropriate substitution may be made. Service members are given the option of completing their program requirements at the time of enrollment with at least one year beyond the program’s standard length. Service members should identify themselves as such when meeting with their program academic advisor. If the Service member requires additional assistance with a program completion plan, they should contact the Office of the Registrar.