Dual Enrollment and Early-Entrance-to-College
Requirements for Admission:
- Combined SAT of 970 (or ACT 20)
- SAT Critical Reading 430 (or ACT English 17)
- SAT Math 410 (or ACT Math 17)
- High School Academic GPA of 3.0
To be admitted as dual enrolled student, applicants must also have successfully completed the following full-year units of Required High School Curriculum (RHSC): English-2, mathematics-2, science-2, and social sciences-1. Early-Entrance to college students must, in addition, have successfully completed one additional unit of each curriculum area. Both student groups must be recommended in writing by the high school principal or guidance counselor and must have the written consent of a parent or guardian (if the student is a minor).
Students wishing to participate while a member of a home school program are exempt from submitting the high school principal/guidance counselor consent.
Both Dual Enrollment and Early-Entrance-to-College students are not eligible to live in campus residence halls.
Note: Students with a combined SAT score in the upper 5% of national college-bound seniors are eligible for full admission to the university as an "Outstanding Student" regardless of high school course completion. Contact the Office of Admissions for further details.
To apply for admission, students should contact the West Georgia Admissions Office or their high school guidance counselor and complete the University of West Georgia’s application for admission. No student required to participate in screening for learning support courses will be admitted. More information regarding the Advanced Academy is available from the Director of The Advanced Academy, Gunn Hall, 678-839-6249.
Students who attend UWG prior to graduating from high school must reapply for admission to the Office of Admissions should they wish to continue their enrollment at West Georgia following high school graduation. This reapplication for admission process should be completed prior to February 1st to be eligible for Fall Semester freshman academic scholarship consideration.