Dual Enrollment Program @ a TCSG College

The Dual Enrollment Program allows qualified high school students to maximize their education and career training by taking courses that earn college and high school course credit at the same time.

Why Dual Enrollment

Studies show that students who participate in Dual Enrollment are more likely to earn more college credits, pursue a bachelor’s degree, and are more likely to earn higher first-semester GPAs than their non-participating peers. Dual Enrollment introduces students to college-level coursework and allows for potential career exploration.


Who is Eligible

Students must be enrolled in a participating Georgia high school or approved home-study program. 11th and 12th graders or returning 10th graders are eligible to take any approved course. New 10th graders may take career courses listed on the Course Directory or have required SAT or ACT scores to take core courses. Eligible 9th graders may participate. However, there is no state funding available for 9th grade students.


Funding for Tuition

Tuition, fees, and books are covered for the first 30 hours for those who meet eligibility requirements. Other funding options may be available beyond the Dual Enrollment funding capped hours. For students who participated prior to Summer 2020, see Resources page for funding eligibility.


Approved Courses

The Dual Enrollment Course Directory contains a list of approved Dual Enrollment funded courses at participating TCSG colleges. Approved courses include Academic Core and Career, Technical and Agricultural (CTAE) courses.


To apply for the Dual Enrollment Funding Program, or for more information on the Dual Enrollment Program, visit GAfutures.org.