The purpose of the Dual Enrollment program is to promote and increase access to post-secondary educational opportunities for Georgia high school students while increasing high school graduation rates, preparing a skilled workforce, and decreasing time and cost to post-secondary credential completion.
To be eligible for the Dual Enrollment program a student:
- Must be enrolled in 10th, 11th, or 12th grade (as of Fall Semester).
- Must be enrolled in an eligible Georgia public or private high school or home study program operating in accordance with O.C.G.A 20-2-690.
- Must be registered only for courses listed in the approved Dual Enrollment Course Directory.
- Must be accepted to the College by completing all admissions steps by the applicable deadline.
- Is only permitted to take up to 15 credit hours per semester total (including all colleges attending).
- Who is in 10th grade is only permitted to take CTAE/Occupational course and is not allowed to take CORE classes unless qualifying ACT or SAT scores are received. GSFC’s GAfutures website here provides a list of funding course categories differentiating CTAE and CORE classes.