Opportunities for High School Students
Recognizing the need to offer opportunities for academic acceleration to talented high school students, UWG allows early entrance through the Move on When Ready program. Move on When Ready offers the opportunity to simultaneously fulfill high school graduation requirements and earn college credits.
MOWR / Dual Enrollment is for qualified students at accredited public or private high
schools in the state of Georgia. MOWR students are eligible to take classes in the
Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Homeschooled students may also be considered
if they meet MOWR admission requirements. Courses are offered to students on both
the Carrollton and the Newnan campuses and Online.
What is Move On When Ready?
The Move on When Ready program is a non-need based grant program for students who wish to take college level coursework for credit towards both High School and College graduation requirements.
For detailed information about the enhanced Move on When Ready program see these resources:
UWG Admission Requirements:
These requirements are valid through May 12, 2017.
- Application for admission
- Official copy of your high school transcripts
- Official copy of your SAT and/or ACT scores
- Combined (Critical Reading and Math) 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
- Participation Agreement completed by student, parent or guardian, and high school counselor or principal.
- UWG Certificate of Immunization Form (must be submitted prior to registration)
Students taking the new SAT must present a minimum score of 24 on the Reading test and a minimum score of 22.5 on the Math test. In addition, students taking the new SAT must present scores that meet or exceed the equivalent of 970 (combined Critical Reading + Math) on the old SAT. This determination will be made by converting a student's new SAT Reading test score to the comparable old SAT Critical Reading section score and converting the new SAT Math test score (or equivalent new SAT Math section score) to the comparable old SAT Math section score. The sum of those two scores must meet or exceed the old SAT 970 minimum.