Dual Enrollment Students
Dual Enrollment program allows high school students to enroll in college level courses. The best part is students get credit for college classes and their equivalent high school course at no cost or very little cost to the student. There is no charge for tuition, mandatory fees, and required books, providing a huge cost savings for parents and students. Students can enroll part time or full time in online or on campus classes. Albany State University welcomes any 10-12th grader attending a public, private, or home study program in Georgia to participate in the Dual Enrollment Program. Georgia Student Finance Commission will pay full tuition and fees for students enrolling in approved courses. Course related fees are also the responsibility of the student. Click here for more information on Dual Enrollment Funding
Dual Enrollment Funding
Provides an opportunity for academically talented high school students from eligible Georgia high schools to begin earning college credits while simultaneously pursuing a high school diploma. There is no charge for tuition, mandatory fees, and required books for approved classes. All hours taken and paid for by the Dual Enrollment Program will not be counted in the combined paid-hours limit for the Hope Scholarship.
- Students can enroll part time or full time but cannot enroll in over 15 approved hours in a semester at one or more institutions.
- 9th grade students are not permitted to participate in the Dual Enrollment funding Program.
- 10th grade students must meet Zell Miller requirements prior to completing the dual enrollment funding application (GSFC must have the required test score(s) on file prior to the student completing the dual enrollment funding application and the high school or home study approving courses).
- Books are included in the cost but must be returned in order to not be charged.
A student must meet the following qualifications to be admitted to the program: Click here for Dual Enrollment FAQ's
- Completed Albany State University application for admissions
- Prior to participating in Dual Enrollment, as part of the application process, the student and student’s parent/guardian must complete the Student Participation Agreement (SPA).
- For 9th grade students or 10th grade students who have not met the Zell Miller requirements, they must complete a Parental Financial Responsibility Form.
- High school academic GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Be enrolled in a Georgia high school or home study program in accordance with O.C.G.A §20-2-690(c)
Students must submit official ACT, SAT, or Next Generation ACCUPLACER test scores that meet the following minimum standards:
|Test||Evidence-Based Reading & Writing||English or Reading||Math|
|Next Generation ACCUPLACER||237||4||258|
Any SAT taken after March 2016 has new scoring. New scores must be converted to the Old SAT equivalents before getting the combined score. A conversion table can be found at https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/scores/understanding-scores/sat-score-converter.
Student without test scores must exempt placement in corequisite Learning Support for both English and mathematics. Dual Enrollment applicants without test scores must meet both of the following to exempt placement in corequisite Learning Support:
- English: Two units of RHSC English must be successfully completed prior to the start of the Dual Enrollment term; and,
- Math: High school Algebra II or the equivalent must be successfully completed prior to the start of the Dual Enrollment term.
Students not meeting both of the above may be considered for admission on a case-by-case basis but, if admitted, may not be placed into any English or math course or any course that has English or math as a prerequisite unless they are able to exempt corequisite Learning Support placement in another way.
Students must submit the following before they can register for classes
- A completed immunization form
- Satisfaction of verification of lawful presence
- Student participation agreement