Dual Enrollment Information Video
What is Dual Enrollment?
Dual enrollment is an opportunity for students to attend a post secondary institution full-time during their junior and/or senior year of high school. Students that participate will receive high school credit and college credit simultaneously while attending college classes on the college campus, full-time. Approved college on-line courses may also be taken that meet high school graduation requirements. For more information, click here to be directed to the GAFutures Dual Enrollment FAQs document.
Steps to Dual Enrollment
- Student should register to take the SAT by clicking here or the ACT by clicking here and send score(s) electronically to the Dual Enrollment institution that he/she plans to participate.
- Student should click here to visit GAfutures and submit an electronic high school transcript to Dual Enrollment institution.
- Student must apply and be accepted to a participating eligible post-secondary institution (University System of Georgia, Technical College System of Georgia or private institutions).
- Student and/or parent should meet with counselor to express interest in Dual Enrollment program.
- Students attending an eligible public or private high school must complete the online Dual Enrollment funding application. Students that do not have a Social Security number must complete the Dual Enrollment funding application (paper).
- Student should view the Dual Enrollment course directory and identify the courses offered and the Dual Enrollment institution prior to meeting with PDSHS Dual Enrollment counselor. This participation agreement will be completed during this meeting. Student will email completed agreement to the college or university.
- Student and/or parent should schedule an appointment to meet with Paul Duke STEM Dual Enrollment counselor.
- Students must make progress toward graduation and completion of their Individual Graduation Plan to participate in the Move on When Ready dual-credit programs.