Dual Enrollment Overview
Dual Enrollment is a State of Georgia initiative that allows high school students to take college courses through an approved college or university for high school credit.
To apply for Dual Enrollment, you must follow the high school's registration process as well as the college's application process. Apply to your college and then you must complete the Dual Enrollment Funding Application with the Parent Agreement portion online via GAFutures.org, and the paper copy of the Fulton County Contract. Summer and Fall deadlines for Dual Enrollment are the last school day on or before March 31st. The spring deadline is the last school day on or before November 1st.
Important Info I need to Know about Dual Enrollment
Dual Enrollment instructions and information from Fulton County Schools.
For Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC) information on Dual Enrollment, go to the GAFutures.org web site.
Northview Informational PowerPoint: CLICK HERE
Forms and Action Items Needed for DE
Fulton County Dual Enrollment Contract due to your high school counselor via email if you cannot submit it in person.
The Dual Enrollment Funding Application is available through GAFutures.
For Dual Enrollment transcript requests, request a transcript through ScribOrder - https://fultonga.scriborder.com/applicationCurrent. The transcript must be sent directly to the college(s). Choose Educational Institution from the Address Type drop down menu so you can select the college to send it to. Under Special Instructions, type in "This is for DE."
For forms and action items for the college you are applying to, you must go on the college web site for information.
Information About Colleges Where Northview 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.
GSU Perimeter - https://admissions.gsu.edu/associate-degree/apply/de-students/
GSU Downtown - https://admissions.gsu.edu/bachelors-degree/knowledgebase/dual-enrollment/
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.
Georgia Tech's Distance Math program - https://dev.admission.gatech.edu/dual-enrollment/distance-math
Information on all of Georgia Tech's Dual Enrollment Programs - https://admission.gatech.edu/dual-enrollment/