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Dual Enrollment

  • Dual Enrollment -- Through the Dual Enrollment Program (DE), high school students may earn high school course credits while taking college courses. Georgia's DE program is available to any Georgia student in grades 10 - 12 enrolled in a public school, private school, or home-study program operated pursuant to O.C.G.A. 20-2-690 in Georgia. 

  • Important details to note: 

    • There is a funding cap of 30 semester or 45 quarter hours for which a Georgia high school student may receive payment from the Dual Enrollment funding Program, effective Summer term 2020. Most college courses are 3 hours per semester. That means that most Dual Enrollment students can take a maximum of 10 college courses as a Dual Enrollment Student. Full details about enrollment regulations can be found at
    • 9th grade students are not eligible for the Dual Enrollment Program. Students in grades 11 - 12 are eligible, with 10th grade students being partially eligible for some courses.
    • Dual Enrollment Courses count for high school and college credit. Any Dual Enrollment course that is taken and completed by a high school student will count 1) towards their high school GPA 2) Towards their college GPA 3) to their HOPE/Zell GPA and 4) to their SAP (Satisfactory Academic Performance - which is a measure of success for academics at the college level which oftentimes effects funding and scholarships) 
    • Dual Enrollment students must be willing to work with their high school counselor, college advisor, and college professors to be successful.
    • Dual Enrollment students must check their high school and college email often and be communicative with support staff to be successful. 

    Important Documents & Links: 

    Dual Enrollment Student Checklist 

    GaDOE Dual Enrollment Information

    Dual Enrollment Funding Application

     Dual Enrollment Parent Presentation (10/2023)

  • Questions?  Email Mr. Bachman at -- Lanier Tech; or Ms. Cook at -- UNG

  • *Please be sure you review all information on this page prior to reaching out to your counselor regarding Dual Enrollment*