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.
2021-2022 Dual Enrollment instructions and information from Fulton County Schools.
For Dual Enrollment only, request your transcript through GAFutures. For instructions on how to request a transcript via GAFutures, CLICK HERE.
Informational Presentation on Dual Enrollment from Northview Counseling: CLICK HERE
Dual Enrollment brochure from GA Department of Education: CLICK HERE
Fulton County Dual Enrollment Contract due to your high school counselor via email if you cannot submit it in person.
For Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC) information on Dual Enrollment, go to the GAFutures.org web site.
Gwinnett Tech DE Information: CLICK HERE
Georgia State University (GSU) DE Information: CLICK HERE
FYI - At this time GSU is still waiving test scores for students who meet all normal admission requirements and have completed Algebra II or higher. For students who have not completed Algebra II or higher we will require test scores, but they can take the Accuplacer online through our Counseling and Testing Center rather than take the SAT or ACT in person. https://counselingcenter.gsu.edu/testing/accuplacer/
Georgia Gwinnett College - According to the Director of Admissions, GGC had not moved to the online format as of March 25th. Please submit the completed document to GGC using email address firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax 678.407.5747. All signatures from counselor, parents and student must be in place.
Georgia Tech's Distance Math Program - Prospective Student Meeting
Georgia Tech is holding a virtual information session for prospective Distance Math Program students on Tuesday, April 27 at 6:30 p.m.
The virtual meeting will be hosted by Georgia Tech's School of Math, Office of Undergraduate Admission, and Professional Education department. Students and parents who attend will learn more about the Distance Math Program and have an opportunity to ask representatives questions.
The session covers topics such as:
Participation requirements and expectations
Admission process and competition
State funding program
Before the meeting, we will provide the link to connect to Georgia Tech for this information session. We look forward to having everyone join us on April 27!
Georgia Tech Distance Math/General Dual Enrollment
Click here for a link to information on Georgia Tech's Distance Math program.
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 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.
Important application information from Georgia Tech -
Click here for a link to the application info on GT's web site.
Click here for information on changes to the application process due to the impact of Covid-19.
Important 2021 Deadlines
May 15 – June 15: Dual enrollment admission application open
June 15: Application, transcripts, ACT/SAT due (ACT/SAT not needed for 2021 admission)
July 10: AP exam Scores Due
July 17: Decisions released through admission portal
For information about requirements and admission for the Distance Math programs, please see our Distance Math web site.