Admissions for New Students
As of August 3, 2020, OFTC’s campuses are OPEN and available to assist you in-person, in addition to phone and email under normal operating hours. If you prefer to call or email us, please visit our Information Directory for contact information.
- Outside of the classroom or lab environment on OFTC’s campuses, wearing masks and social distancing is strongly encouraged, in conformity with the guidance issued by DPH and CDC.
- Classes for Fall Semester will be available face-to-face (on-campus), online, and hybrid (a combination of face-to-face and online).
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Submit a completed application to the OFTC Admissions Office with your $25.00 non-refundable application fee*. Applicants for the Commercial Truck Driving (CTD) Program will also need to complete the CTD Admissions Supplement.
*The $25 application fee has been waived for the 2020 Fall Semester!
- OFTC Application – APPLY ONLINE
- OFTC Application – PRINTABLE VERSION (PDF)
- OFTC Application for Commercial Truck Driving – PRINTABLE VERSION (PDF)
If you have any questions, you can call us at (478) 553-2064 or (478) 274-7837.
Submit an official copy of your high school, GED, and/or ALL college/university transcripts to the Admissions Office. Applicants who have completed a minimum of 30 semester or 45 quarter hours at the degree level may submit official college transcripts in lieu of high school diploma or GED. Official transcripts, in a sealed envelope, must be hand delivered or received by mail before registering for classes. Transcripts can also be sent electronically via services like eScrip, Parchment, Credential Solutions, or National Student Clearinghouse to email@example.com.
A high school diploma or GED is required for all associate degree and diploma programs and for most certificate programs. Special Education diplomas or Certificates of Attendance are not recognized for admission purposes.
Oconee Fall Line Technical College only accepts high school diplomas from secondary schools accredited by one of the following accreditation agencies. Acceptable accreditation must be in place when the diploma was granted. The following agencies are approved:
- Regional accrediting agencies which include:
- Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
- New England Association of Schools and Colleges
- North Central Association of Colleges and Schools/Council on
- Accreditation and School Improvement
- Northwest Accreditation Commission
- Western Association of Schools and Colleges
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools/Council on Accreditation and School Improvement
- Georgia Accrediting Commission
- Georgia Association of Christian Schools
- Association of Christian Schools International
- Georgia Private School Accreditation Council
- Accrediting Commission for Independent Study (note: ACIS merged with the Georgia Accrediting Commission in 2005)
- Southern Association of Independent Schools
- Florida Council of Independent Schools
- Florida Association of Christian Colleges and Schools
- Florida Council of Private Schools
- South Carolina Independent School Association
- Alabama Independent School Association
- Texas Private School Accreditation Commission
- Distance Education Accrediting Commission
- National Council for Private School Accreditation
- North American Christian School Accrediting Agency
- Tennessee Association of Christian Schools
- Florida Coalition of Christian Private Schools Accreditation
OFTC will accept a high school diploma from a public or private school that is not accredited by one of the above agencies but is regulated by a school system and state department of education.
All foreign transcripts must be evaluated by an approved evaluation service and sent directly to OFTC. Contacts for approved international evaluation services are below.
Foreign Credential Evaluations, Inc.
1425 Market Blvd, Suite 530
Roswell, Georgia 30076
Telephone: (770) 642-1108
Fax: (770) 641-8381
High school transcripts or diplomas should be evaluated by the document by document evaluation method.
Applicants with college credit or a degree from a college or university outside the United States must submit a course by course evaluation of the transcript.
Submit your valid ACCUPLACER®, COMPASS, ASSET, SAT, ACT, PSAT, or GED scores. Test scores are used to determine program readiness by evaluating reading, writing, and math skills. In lieu of completing the placement test, applicants may also provide an official transcript from a regionally or nationally accredited post-secondary institution showing satisfactory completion of appropriate English and math courses with a “C” or better. Students from secondary schools outside the United States must have transcripts translated and evaluated by an approved outside organization. The entrance exam will be waived for applicants possessing an associate’s degree or higher. For placement scores by program, please select the applicable link below.
- Minimum Placement Exam Scores by Program
You will need to attend registration and orientation if you are a new, returning, or transfer student. Your acceptance letter will indicate your registration/orientation location and date.
Additional information on Admissions is available in the OFTC Catalog.