The Augusta University Dual Enrollment program provides an opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to get a head start on college.
Students take college classes in lieu of high school classes and earn both high school and college credit simultaneously. This program is designed for academically accelerated students.
For more details about Dual Enrollment at Augusta University please contact email@example.com.
In response to the cancellation of spring SAT and ACT testing dates, Augusta University Dual Enrollment applicants for Summer and Fall 2020 do not need to submit ACT or SAT scores for admission consideration.
*SAT references the SAT prior to March 2016. SAT tests taken after March 2016 are converted to the old SAT scale measured on a 1600 scale with Math and Critical Reading scores. Concordance between the old and new SAT will be based on a comparison of the new math section to the old math section, and new reading score to the old critical reading score. New concordance tables reference
Accepting applications for Spring 2020, Summer 2020, and Fall 2020
On track to High School graduation
To apply for the Dual Enrollment program, the following documentation must be sent to the Augusta University Admissions office.
Dual Enrollment Participation Agreement
This form must be completed and signed by the student, parent/guardian, and high school counselor; and emailed, faxed or mailed to the Office of Admissions. Please retain a copy for your records. Please select all course options applicable to avoid completing the form multiple times per term. The Participation Agreement is required before the student can submit an application. Once received, students will receive an application fee waiver code. A new participation agreement is required each term.
Dual Enrollment Approved Courses on GAfutures
Please note that Dual Enrollment students are not required to pay the application fee. Upon receipt of the Participation Agreement, the student will be sent a fee waiver code for the online application. If a student completes the application and pays a fee, it cannot be refunded.
Transcripts must be sent directly from the high school to the Augusta University Office
1120 15th Street, Benet, Augusta, GA 30912
Official score reports are those sent directly to Augusta University from the testing agency. Scores should be received prior to the appropriate application deadline. The following are the Institutional Codes for Augusta University:
Visit the Verification of Lawful Presence webpage for more information.
Augusta University welcomes Dual Enrollment students that are home schooled. There are three additional requirements for home schooled Dual Enrollment applicants.
The Early College Academy is a partnership between Augusta University and Lucy C. Laney High School. The Early College Academy offers rigorous instruction and accelerated courses with an opportunity for students to attend Augusta University their final two years of high school while simultaneously earning a high school diploma, with an opportunity to complete upwards of sixty credit hours toward their college education. For more information, visit the Richmond County Board of Education website or contact Early College Academy at Laney High School at 706-823-6701.