Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit programs (often referred to as DE) provide opportunities for Georgia high school students to take college-level courses and earn credit toward a high school diploma and a college degree at the same time. Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit courses are available for any eligible 9th - 12th grade high school students.
What is Dual Enrollment(DE)?
Program requirements at each college are different. It is up to the student to find out the requirements for the college where they would like to earn credit.
Requirements include the following:
- DO THESE FIRST:
- Take the ACCUPLACER (GMC and Athen Tech ONLY) or take and send ACT/SAT test scores
- Application to the college (see below - each school has a different deadline)
- Meet GPA, age, and test score requirements (see below - schools can change these at any time)
- Links to college Dual Enrollment pages
- UGA - https://www.admissions.uga.edu/prospective-students/dual-enrollment
- Georgia Tech Distance Math and Science classes - https://admission.gatech.edu/dualenrollment/distance-math-and-science-programs
- UNG - https://ung.edu/undergraduate-admissions/dual-joint-enrollment.php
- Athens Technical College - https://www.athenstech.edu/studentAffairs/admissions/highSchoolRelations/
- Georgia Military College (all online classes) - https://www.gmc.edu/admissions/join-dual-enrollment.cms
- THE DAY AFTER YOU SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION
I got in! What next?
Once you are accepted into the college where you would like to earn dual enrollment credit, you will meet with your counselor to choose the classes that you need to work towards high school graduation.
After your high school counselor advises you on the high school credits, you will meet with your college advisor at your MOWR school to enroll in the college classes you need.
Once you register, you need to bring your counselor a copy of your college schedule and fill out the funding application on GA Futures.org
How do I pay for it?
Once you have registered for classes, you need to bring a copy of the college schedule to your counselor, go to your GAFutures.org and complete the state financial aid application (see below). Your counselor will confirm the college classes with the schedule you provided to pay for the college tuition and associated fees.
We will not approve your funding until this is filled out. Steps to apply for DE funding
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