The University System of Georgia recognizes the need to provide academically talented high school students with opportunities for acceleration of their formal academic programs. This recognition has led to the development of the dual enrollment option for high school students.
Dual Enrollment is where a student enrolls as part-time or full-time college student following the completion of their freshman year in high school.
Check here for Frequently Asked Questions: http://www.gordonstate.edu/admissions/dual-enrollment-frequently-asked-questions
To be admitted as a dual enrollment student at Gordon State College and earn dual high school and college credit, a student must:
- Have a minimum 3.0 GPA in their academic college prep core
- Be on track towards the completion of the USG Required High School Curriculum (RHSC) and high school graduation requirements
- Meet the minimum score on one of the standardized tests listed below:
* The Accuplacer is given through the Gordon State College testing center. A score of 67 in Math is required for admission but will only allow a student to take MATH 1001 (Quantitative Skills and Reasoning). A score of 79 in Math is required for placement in MATH 1111 (College Algebra). Also, the Write placer exam is not required if a student achieves a sufficient Reading score.
Documents required to receive consideration for the Dual Enrollment Program at Gordon State College:
- Complete an online application through www.gafutures.org
- Complete an application for Gordon State College by downloading the application here: www.gordonstate.edu/forms/admissions/application.pdf, print out and mail to the address printed on the application. Note: application fees are waived for dual enrollment applicants.
- Official High School transcripts
- Official test scores
- Certificate of Immunization