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Students who have attended another college or university since their last enrollment at Fort Valley State University, regardless of the length of time away from FVSU, must submit an application for readmission through the Office of the Registrar. Likewise, any former students whose attendance has been interrupted for one semester, excluding summer school, are required to complete and submit an application for readmission. The application for readmission is provided by the Office of the Registrar and should be returned to the Registrars’ Office once completed. Download the Application for Re-Admission Form or call (478) 825-6282 to speak directly with a representative who can answer your questions and get you started on a plan to complete your degree.
The Importance of Finishing College
College graduates may earn $1 million more than high school graduates in their lifetime.
Four-year degree and 2-year degree holders earn an average of $21,000 and $9,400 more, respectively, each year than high school graduates.
In 2010, full-time employees with only a high school diploma earned an average of $626 a week. Those with a bachelor’s degree made nearly twice as much.
College graduates had an unemployment rate of 4.1 percent in 2012 compared to 11.2 percent for high school graduates.
Forty-seven percent of adults born in poverty who did not obtain a 4-year degree remained in poverty.
College graduates are more likely than high school graduates to obtain retirement benefits, tuition reimbursement and health savings accounts from employers.
People with a higher level of education are more satisfied in their jobs than people who only have a high school diploma.
Sources: Pew Research Center, The College Board, U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Census and Georgetown University