Dual Enrollment
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Dual Enrollment presentation (PDF)

Dual Enrollment:
Opening Up Opportunities

Presentation November 9, 2017 at RCA

What is Dual Enrollment?: 
Dual Enrollment is a program that allows high school students to earn college credit during the same time they are working on their high school diplomas.
The Dual Enrollment program is administered by the Georgia Student Finance Commission.

Who is eligible?:

Eligible students at a public or private high school in Georgia (speak with a school counselor).
Any student enrolled in a home study program within the state of Georgia.
Students must be enrolled in an eligible, participating School within the University System of Georgia (USG), Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG), or private colleges.

What costs are covered?:
Mandatory fees, 
****some courses may have additional fees outside of mandatory college fees that may not be covered under the Dual Enrollment program!

College credits and grades: 
•  A student can take anywhere from one college class up to 15 credit hours. 
•  The college/university issues the grades – not the home high schools. 
•  The grades count for both college and high school credits as long as the courses taken are on the approved Dual Enrollment list. 
•  Most courses count as full high school credit and are weighted courses. 
•  These are the first college credits a student will earn and will count toward his/her satisfactory academic progress. 
•  Satisfactory academic progress must be maintained in order to receive financial aid. 

Qualities of a successful student: 
High level of motivation. 
Good time management skills. 
Ability to work alone. 
Desire to meet deadlines and avoid procrastination. 

Benefits of Dual Enrollment: 
Introduces college classes to students. 
Allows students to earn college credit while they are in high school. 
Helps students get used to certain aspects of college. 
Gives students the option to take classes that may not be offered at the high school level. 
Proves to colleges that a student is capable of successfully completing more difficult classes.

GA Senate Bill 2: 
Students can earn a high school diploma if:

• They complete at least 9 high school credits (2 Science, 2 Math, 2 English, 2 Social Studies, Health and PE) 
- The DOE has identified the 8 academic credits needed as the 8 Milestones courses.

• They complete an Associates Degree, Technical College Diploma, or 2 Technical College Certificates of Credit (TCC)*
- The TCCs must be earned in the areas of Computer Programing, Networking, Welding, or Industrial Mechanics (coming soon). 

*The TCSG will annually identify the eligible programs of study. 

Senate Bill 2 at RCA:
2 TCCs can be completed in 1 year. 
6 Welding Courses plus Technical level English and Math. 
Requires a full day on B days. 

Industrial Mechanics
3 year program with students starting as Sophomores. 
2 TCCs earned with the ability to earn a diploma with 2 post high school semesters of work. 
Requires summer coursework. 
Can be done through German Apprenticeship model or as a stand alone program. 

For more information, contact Karen Hardy at or Ben McCumber at or 770-388-5677.

Dual Enrollment presentation (PDF)