The Academic Common Market (ACM), which is administered by the Southern Regional Education 正版bbin平台下载 (SREB), allows for Georgia residents who are enrolled in specific programs at out-of-state institutions to be charged only the applicable in-state tuition by the institution in which the student is enrolled. Only programs that are listed in the Georgia Academic Common Market Inventory (see “Search for Qualifying Georgia Academic Common Market Programs,” below) are eligible for participation in the Georgia Academic Common Market. Georgia is not accepting requests to add new programs to its Academic Common Market Inventory. Eligible programs are programs that were identified as being at least 51 percent different in curricular content than programs offered in Georgia. Participating states are Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia (Florida and Texas participate only at the graduate level).
The programs on the list below will no longer be available through the Georgia Academic Common Market for students who begin their enrollment after Fall semester 2023.
Students who have been certified for the Georgia Academic Common Market and enrolled in their programs by Fall semester 2023 will continue to be eligible as long as there is no break in their enrollment and they do not change majors.
Students who are certified for fall 2023, but delay their enrollment until spring 2024 or later will not be eligible for participation in the Georgia Academic Common Market.
University of Alabama at Birmingham - B.S. in Biomedical Engineering
University of Alabama at Birmingham - B.S. in Biomedical Sciences
University of Kentucky - B.A. and B.S. in Integrated Strategic Communication
University of Kentucky - B.S. in Merchandising, Apparel and Textiles
University of South Carolina at Columbia - B.S. in Biomedical Engineering
University of South Carolina at Columbia - B.S. in Retailing/Fashion Merchandising
University of Tennessee at Knoxville - B.A. in Interior Architecture
University of Tennessee at Knoxville - B.S. in Biomedical Engineering
Search for Qualifying Georgia Academic Common Market Programs
Approved programs must be designed to culminate in the conferral of a baccalaureate, masters, specialist, or doctoral degree, and the institution must be able to classify the participant as degree-seeking. All other degrees or awards are not eligible for inclusion in the ACM. Additionally, some institutions and states may impose additional acceptance requirements such as full-time enrollment status.
Academic Common Market Disclaimer
As the coordinating agency for the state of Georgia’s participation in the SREB’s Academic Common Market (ACM), the University System of Georgia (USG) reserves the right at its discretion and at any time to remove academic programs offered by Georgia institutions from the ACM and/or remove access to academic programs at out-of-state institutions offered to Georgians through the ACM.
Students who begin studies at one institution with the intent to transfer to an ACM institution/program are not guaranteed ACM access if the respective program is removed from the ACM 正版bbin平台下载 their time at the institution of origin.