Step-by-step instructions for Dual Enrollment Application
Click here for help completing the Dual Enrollment Application or creating a GAfutures.org account.
Accuplacer is a product of College Board used nationwide for college admissions. The exam is a web based, multiple-choice, untimed assessment in English, reading, and mathematics subject areas. Scores are made available immediately. There is no fee to take the exam for students interested in the Dual Enrollment Program.
Other available dual enrollment programs:
- Alternate High School Graduation Path (often referred to as SB2) – available to Georgia students who complete certain 9th and 10th grade level classes, all related end-of-course Milestone assessments, and complete requirements related to postsecondary coursework. These students may be awarded both a high school diploma and a college credential, click to see more.
- Joint Enrollment Program – high school students enrolled in non-Dual Enrollment participating high schools or home study programs may enroll in postsecondary courses while continuing to pursue a high school diploma. Under the Joint Enrollment Program, the postsecondary course work credit is not accepted as credit towards the student’s high school graduation requirements.
- Non-MOWR Funded Dual Enrollment – available for those students who do not qualify for the MOWR-funded Dual Enrollment program, but wish to enroll in postsecondary courses that will be accepted as credit towards the student’s high school graduation requirements.
Career Pathway Programs of Study
Career Pathway Programs of Study is collaboration of Georgia Department of Education and the Technical College System of Georgia. 45 secondary pathways and postsecondary credentialing programs are linked giving students a clear educational path to a successful career. Click here for the complete list of Career Pathway Programs of Study.
Other helpful information:
- Click here for a list of the contact Dual Enrollment Coordinators at each technical college.
- Eligible participating high schools may apply for a Dual Enrollment transportation grant.
- Click here for the current list of Advanced Placement/Dual Enrollment approved courses
- Dual Enrollment Regulations
- Student Participation Agreement (SPA)
- Home Study Participation Agreement
- High School Participation Agreement
- Courses that transfer to Georgia Independent Colleges (GICA)
- Georgia Department of Education – Dual Enrollment
- Statewide Programs of Study
- Gear Up Georgia
- Dual Enrollment End of Course (EOC) student assessment requirements
Course Transfer Information
There are 28 general education courses taught by TCSG colleges that are guaranteed to transfer to any of the University System of Georgia’s colleges and universities. TCSG has transfer agreements with many of Georgia’s private colleges as well.
Georgia Student Finance Commission
- Financial Aid, HOPE, Grants and Scholarships
- Dear Colleague Letters and Updates – FY 2018
- Transportation Grants
- Dual Enrollment Schools FAQs
- Dual Enrollment Student/Parent FAQs
Here is where your future begins! At Georgia’s 22 technical colleges.
The Technical College System of Georgia consists of 22 technical colleges with 85 satellite campuses. Colleges provide a broad range of career opportunities through a variety of certificate, diploma, and associate degree programs; continuing education programs; and economic development programs. TCSG colleges are accredited through the Commission on Colleges (COC) of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), a regional accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.