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Dual Enrollment

Recognizing the need to provide talented high school students with options for advanced study, the University System of Georgia (USG) formed the Dual Enrollment program that allows qualifying high school students to enroll in USG colleges and universities and to receive college credits while completing their high school graduation requirements. As a Dual Enrollment student, you will pay no fees for tuition or books to take courses at Armstrong. You will only pay minimal fees such as lab fees or parking fees. Students who begin in their sophomore or junior year may be able to complete an associates degree at the same time they graduate from high school.

Together the Office of Admissions and the Office of Academic Advisement lead the campus in enthusiastic support of this program, welcoming these students onto our campus. Check out the links below and to the left for specific information on the dual enrollment programs offered at Armstrong.

Admission Guidelines

To qualify for admission

Redesigned SAT ACT
Reading Test minimum:
English minimum: 17
Math Test minimum:
Math minimum:
Total Score minimum:  1050 Composite minimum: 20


Please note: Not all high schools in GA have elected to participate in the Dual Enrollment program. Not all courses that a student wishes to take are approved for Dual Enrollment by the GA Department of Education. Please check with your school. If your high school does not participate or if you wish to take an unapproved course, you may attend as a Joint Enrollment student; however, you will be responsible for all tuition and fees.

Dual Enrollment Admission Checklist

To apply for admission, a student must submit the following:

For home-schooled students, the documentation and requirements for admission are based on the general academic requirements for dual enrollment in the above section and based on if the student is completing an accredited or non-accredited home-school program. If the student is completing a non-accredited program, the student must submit a Copy of Declaration of Intent to Home School, as filed with local Board of Education and the completed home-school packet that can be found on the above home-school link.

Documents may be submitted in 3 ways:

By mail Armstrong State University
Office of Admissions
11935 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA 31419
By fax 912.344.3417 ATTN: Dual Enrollment (Tiffany Thornton)
By email ATTN: Dual Enrollment (Tiffany Thornton)

Don't forget these Important Deadlines

Deadlines for Semester Spring 2018 Summer 2018 Fall 2018
Application and Document Deadline December 15 April 15 July 1
Mini-mester Deadline February 17 Not available September 25
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) Priority Deadline August 3 March 5 March 15

What happens after I submit my documents?


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