Georgia’s Dual Enrollment Program provides funding for students who are dually enrolled at a participating eligible public or private high school, or home study program in Georgia, and a participating eligible post-secondary institution in Georgia. These students take post-secondary coursework for credit towards both high school graduation or home study completion and post-secondary degree, diploma, or certificate requirements. The program is offered during all terms of the school year: fall, spring and summer semester or fall, winter, spring and summer quarter.
Dual Enrollment – Click here for a list of Academic Courses available through Participating Colleges
- Advanced Composition (English 1101) *
- British Literature Composition (English 1102) *
- College Algebra (Math 1111) *
- Pre-Calculus (Math 1113) *
- Calculus (Math 1131) *
* These courses are also being taught at Manchester High School by an Instructor from West GA Technical College
TCC Dual Enrollment – Technical Courses available through West Ga Tech
- Criminal Justice
- Early Childhood Education
- Nurse Aid (CNA)
- Precision Manufacturing
- Shampoo Tech
MAJOR UPDATE FOR DUAL ENROLLMENT!
As of March 30, 2020: (re: TCSG Admissions) Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) is suspending placement exam requirements for admission to summer and fall 2020 classes. The system is also suspending the requirement to submit a high school transcript or equivalency transcript in addition to waiving the requirement that students must submit scores on the ACCUPLACER exam.
Dual Enrollment Changes: Program Year 2020-2021, effective Summer term 2020
House Bill 444 was signed by Governor Kemp on May 1, 2020. This bill introduces several changes to the Dual Enrollment program to ensure that it meets stated program goals and that it remains financially sustainable. Relevant program updates and information regarding application updates are being developed.
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