GCSU welcomes brand-new Bobcats to the class of 2028
hey are Bobcat Bound! Four students are now the first Bobcats to be accepted for fall semester, 2024.
Alisa Tran (Brookwood High School), Charles “Charlie” Youmans (North Gwinnett High School), Morgan Tannis (Chattahoochee High School) and Carly Altom (Lambert High School) got a surprise when their acceptance letters were hand-delivered by GCSU.
“I was definitely not expecting this,” Youmans said. “It just felt really homey when I came to go visit—all the counselors knew me by name, and it felt nice to be recognized by people I haven’t really met before.”
Thunder showed out in rare form with the GCSU Admissions team to welcome these brand-new Bobcats home.
They’re now the first accepted into the class of 2028, leading the charge of their peers to follow. GCSU saw an 8% increase in early action admissions applications and an increase in the number of complete and high-achieving student applications over last year’s record-breaking application numbers.
“Not only are we proud, we’re honored and we really appreciate this opportunity,” Tannis’ mother said. “It’s an opportunity for her to join the Bobcat family and it shows you’re interested in investing in Morgan, as well as Morgan attending your school.”
GCSU is encouraging all the applicants receiving their early action admissions acceptance notifications this week to post that they are #BobcatBound and plan to join the Bobcat Family next fall.
Congratulations, class of 2028!