The following credentials must be received in the Office of Admissions and Recruitment by the published priority deadlines for fall, spring, or summer:
* Note:If a Louisiana student applies close to the application deadline, we will ask the student to request a transcript from the school. This will expedite the application process, as it may take several days to retrieve a transcript from STS.
Louisiana Law (R.S. 17:170/R.S. 17:170.1/Schools of Higher Learning) requires that
all students entering Grambling State University are to be immunized for the following:
Measles (2 doses), Mumps, Rubella--required for those born on or after January 1,
1957; Tetanus-Diphtheria (within the past 10 years); and against Meningococcal disease
All students are required to submit a Medical History/Proof of Immunization form and TB Questionnaire to our Health Center before they can begin the registration process. To download the required forms, please visit the health center website at www.gram.edu and click on Life at GSU and then select Student Services, Health Center, and Medical Forms and Policies. You may mail or fax the completed forms. Mail proof of immunization and forms to 403 Main Street; P.O. Box 4251, Grambling, LA 71245 or fax documents to (318) 274-2481.
Note: If student does not enroll for the semester applied, written notification to change to the next semester must be received. The application fee and credentials can only be applied to the subsequent semester of the initial application.
Any prospective new student who is denied admission to Grambling State University has the right to appeal the decision by writing to the Admissions Appeal Committee – 403 Main Street, Box 4200 - Grambling, LA 71245.
New Freshman Applicants: A letter of appeal from the applicant and two (2) letters of recommendation from the principal, teacher or counselor must be submitted to the Admissions Appeal Committee. The prospective student will be notified of the decision by regular mail or email.
Transfer Applicants: A letter of appeal from the applicant describing special circumstances which contributed to student’s inability to meet the admission criteria, and two (2) letters of recommendation from an official at the school previously attended must be submitted to the Admissions Appeal Committee. The prospective student will be notified of the decision by regular mail or email.
All decisions of the Admissions Appeal Committee are final.