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Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment Reminders:

  • Summer DE: FCS contracts and applications were due March 1st.

  • Fall DE: FCS contracts and applications are due March 31st.

  • Your IA Schedule: The DE placeholders OR DE course listed on your verification form(s) do NOT guarantee you are registered for the course. EACH STUDENT must register with the college for your course(s) and submit proof to your counselor by May 6th.

  • Georgia Tech: application available May 15th; you MUST submit SAT and/or ACT scores. FCS contract and GaFutures is still due by March 31st.

  • Georgia State: We will send your PSAT scores, YOU send your transcript VIA www.gafutures.org.

  • Gwinnett Tech: NO PSAT scores needed if you meet the GPA requirement of 2.6.

    • Gwinnett Tech will be at IA on April 18th to help students register for classes.

  • What do YOU need to do?

  1. Complete, print, and turn into counseling the FCS DE Contract.

  2. Complete college application for dual enrollment.

  3. Complete funding application at www.gafutures.org.

  4. Plan to send AP scores to college(s) if you are trying to exempt a class.

 

What is Dual Enrollment?

Dual Enrollment is a program that allows high school students to take college classes while enrolled in high school. For more information about Dual Enrollment,  read our Dual Enrollment Presentation and the Fulton County DE Info sheet.  Dual Enrollment is for Juniors and Seniors with a few exceptions for underclassmen.

Dual Enrollment Dates for the 24-25 School Year

  • January 10th - Dual Enrollment Night at 6:30 pm in the IA Auditorium

  • January 18th - Counselor Q&A Session in Mission Control during lunch.

  • March 1st - Deadline to apply for summer semester Dual Enrollment

  • March 31st - Deadline to apply for fall semester Dual Enrollment, which includes:

    1. apply to the college,

    2. complete the GAFutures application and funding application, and

    3. complete and submit a paper copy of the Fulton County DE Contract to counseling.

  • May 6th - Deadline to register for DE classes and submit a screen shot of your class schedule to your counselor. If you miss this deadline, you will not be able to sign up for Dual Enrollment.

Dual Enrollment Dates for Georgia Tech Distance Math & Comp Sci

  • January 10th - Dual Enrollment Night at 6:30 pm in the IA Auditorium

  • January 18th - Counselor Q&A Session in Mission Control during lunch.

  • March 1st - Deadline to apply for summer semester Dual Enrollment

  • March 31st - Deadline to complete:

    1. the GAFutures application and funding application online in GAFutures, and

    2. the Fulton County DE Contract on paper and submit it to counseling.

  • April - Georgia Tech usually hosts an information session. Date to be posted when GT releases it.

  • May 6 - Students wanting to participate in GT Distance Math/Computer Science must submit an email to their counselor with their intent to participate in GT distance learning.

  • May 15 to June 15 - DE application period for Georgia Tech. Visit the Georgia Tech DE page for more dates and how to apply - https://admission.gatech.edu/dual-enrollment/application-and-admission

 

Fulton County Schools Dual Enrollment Contract

 

Requesting a Transcript for  Dual Enrollment

When you apply for Dual Enrollment, request your transcript through GAFutures.org.  If your school is not not a part of the University System of Georgia (like Auburn and Embry Riddle) or if you do not have a Social Security Number in the Fulton County Infinite Campus database, please request your transcript through ScribOrder.

Other Sources of Dual Enrollment Information

The Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC) provides information about Dual Enrollment.

DE Colleges Where Fulton County Students Often Enroll

Auburn University - Auburn First Program

Fulton County has introduced an option to do Dual Enrollment through Auburn University. Click Here for information on the Auburn First Program. 

Gwinnett Technical College

Links to information on DE at Gwinnett Tech: www.GwinnettTech.edu/DualEnrollment and DualEnrollment@GwinnettTech.edu

Georgia State University (GSU) DE Information

GSU offers students two DE options: on campus at the downtown location or at one of the GSU Perimeter locations. There is a GSU Perimeter location off of Old Milton Parkway in Alpharetta.

Georgia Gwinnett College

For information on enrolling at Georgia Gwinnett College, go to https://www.ggc.edu/admissions/how-to-apply/dual-enrollment.html.

Georgia Tech Distance Math/General Dual Enrollment 

Georgia Tech's main option for Dual Enrollment is through distance math or distance computer science classes that are held in conjunction with local high schools. Georgia Tech's admissions process occurs later than all of the other schools. Students must follow the Dual Enrollment process to participate in Georgia Tech Distance Calculus, so high school forms are required by March 31st. This means you must apply through GAFutures by March 31st and complete the Fulton County DE form. However, Georgia Tech typically opens their online application on May 15th so you won't be able to apply to GT until then.  Their application deadline is June 15th.  They will release admissions decisions  for fall applicants in July after they receive AP scores.

Young Harris College

Dual Enrollment Withdrawal Policies 

See graphic for Fulton County's policy on withdrawing from a DE course after the college's drop add period is over.

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