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Dual Enrollment Admissions FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

How will I be contacted once I am accepted into the Dual Enrollment program?

After you have been accepted by Admissions you will receive an email from the Office of Academic Advising and Support to the email address you provided on your application to Armstrong.  You will work with your advisor to schedule an appointment to get registered for classes.

How do I send my SAT/ACT scores to Armstrong?

You may send four free score reports to colleges each time you register for the SAT.  If Armstrong is not initially listed as a recipient, you may sign into CollegeBoard to send the scores. Please be aware that additional score reports are not free.

You may send four free score reports to colleges each time you register for the ACT.  If Armstrong is not initially listed as a recipient, you may sign into ACT.org to send the scores. Please be aware that additional score reports are not free.

Is there an application fee?

Dual Enrollment students do not pay an application fee.  Select the Fee Waiver option when asked to pay a fee to submit your GAFutures online admissions application to Armstrong.

What is the minimum age to begin Dual Enrollment at Armstrong?

Students must be 15 years of age (by August 1 for Fall semester; January 1 for Spring semester and June 1 for Summer semester) to begin the program.

Do I have to apply to Armstrong State University again if I want to continue after my senior year?

Yes. Dual Enrollment students should apply as a Freshmen, but acknowledge that they have received transfer credit from Armstrong and any other previously attended college.

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