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Earn college credit while still in high school.

The University of West Georgia allows early entrance through the Dual Enrollment program for academic acceleration to talented high school students.

Dual Enrollment students can take classes in the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Homeschooled students may also be considered if they meet Dual Enrollment admission requirements. If you do not attend a Georgia high school, contact the Dual Enrollment Office to check if you are eligible.

Dual Enrollment Information

UWG ADMISSION Requirements

To be eligible to participate in the dual enrollment program, students must meet the following requirements:

10th Grade:

  • Minimum 3.5 academic GPA
  • One of the following for test scores:
    • 1250 SAT Total or 25 ACT Composite
    • 33 SAT Reading or 26 ACT English/Reading
    • 670 SAT Math or 26 ACT Math
    • 33 SAT Writing or 26 ACT Writing

11th and 12th Grade:

  • Minimum 3.0 academic GPA
  • One of the following for test scores:
    • 1050 SAT Total or 20 ACT Composite
    • 480 SAT EBRW or 17 ACT English/Reading
    • 450 SAT Math or 17 ACT Math

Steps to Apply:



The Georgia Student Finance Commission provides tuition and mandatory fees for dual enrollment students enrolled in up to 15 credit hours per semester in courses selected from an approved list.

Other expenses, including lab fees, course supplies, meals, transportation and personal expenses, are the responsibility of the student and his or her parent(s) or guardian(s).

Additional credit hours and classes not on the approved course list must be paid out of pocket. Classes taken from the approved course list do not count against HOPE scholarship hours.

Looking to Stay west?

Click here to fill out a Prior UWG Enrolled Application (it's free!) and you'll receive more information as you move through the process. 

For more information, please contact Admissions by phone at (678) 839-5600 or by email at dualenroll@westga.edu.

Dual Enrollment Information