Dual Enrollment Admission
Information for Future Students
Important Message Regarding Summer and Fall 2020 Admissions
The College Board and ACT recently suspended testing during the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, the University System of Georgia (USG) colleges and universities have been approved to temporarily adjust their Dual Enrollment admission requirements allowing students to apply for summer or fall 2020 admission without submitting ACT or SAT scores. Students still must meet a minimum grade point average and other requirements and those with scores may submit them.
Dual Enrollment provides high school students with the opportunity to take college courses for both college and high school credit. Students interested in Dual Enrollment are encouraged to talk with their high school counselor as early as possible to ensure all deadline are met. Students, parents/guardians, and counselors should together carefully assess whether Dual Enrollment is a good fit for the student. Students should be aware that college courses are typically more rigorous than high school courses and move at a faster pace. Also, Dual Enrollment courses result in real college credit and the grades become a part of the student’s permanent college record. Grades earned through Dual Enrollment could impact future eligibility for college admission and scholarships as well as high school graduation.
- USG Dual Enrollment Admission Requirements
- USG Institution Dual Enrollment Application Links
- USG Dual Enrollment College and University Contacts
- USG Dual Enrollment FAQs
- Dual Enrollment Funding Program Information on the GAfutures Website
- Dual Enrollment Course Directory on the GAfutures Website
- Dual Enrollment Information on the GADOE Website
- Dual & Joint Enrollment Course Approval Form for Courses Not Eligible for Dual Enrollment Funding
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