Students

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 dualenrollment@augusta.edu.

Admissions Requirements 

  • 3.0 overall high school GPA (GPA as calculated by Augusta University) in courses used to satisfy the required High School Curriculum (RHSC) requirements.
  • Students must meet both of the following:
    • 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 will not be required to submit test scores, including PSAT or Pre-ACT scores
  • Student must be at least 16 years of age or older at time of enrollment.
  • Student must be a Junior or Senior in high school status.
  • Submitted approval from parent/guardian and high school counselor to dualenrollment@augusta.edu
 

Requirements for Dual Enrollment Admission

Min. GPA


3.00 HS GPA



Min. SAT Scores

1080  Evidence-Based reading
and Writing + Math
480 on Evidence-Based Reading  and Writing
440 on Math

Min. ACT Scores

21 Composite
17 for English
17 for Math

 

Required HS Curriculum


On track to High School graduation


Minimum Accuplacer Score requirements


Reading Comprehension

237

 

Quantitative Reasoning, 
Algebra & Statistics
258
WritePlacer 

4

Application Process

To apply for the Dual Enrollment program, the following documentation must be sent to the Augusta University Admissions office.

Step 1: Dual Enrollment Participation Agreement

Please complete the funding application on GA Futures. After you have completed the GA Futures funding application, your parents must sign the participation agreement. Then your high school counselor will need to sign and add your approved course to the participation agreement on GA Futures. A new participation agreement is required each term.

Step 2: Admissions Application

Admission Application

Email dualenrollment@augusta.edu to let us know that you (the student), your parent, and high school counselor have completed the online GA Futures application. Once we receive that email, we will send you a fee waiver code for the Augusta University Dual Enrollment Application

Please note that Dual Enrollment students are not required to pay the application fee.  If a student completes the application before receiving the fee waiver and pays a cost, it cannot be refunded. 

Step 3: Submit High School Transcripts

Transcripts must be sent directly from the high school to the Augusta University Office of Admissions.
1120 15th Street, Benet, Augusta, GA 30912

Step 4: Submit Standardized Test Scores

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:

  • SAT/AP/CLEP:  5406
  • ACT: 0836


Step 5: Verification of Lawful Presence

Visit the Verification of Lawful Presence webpage for more information.

Application Deadlines

Fall
June  1

Spring
December 1

Summer
April 1