The Dual Enrollment program at Atlanta Technical College provides an opportunity for students to dual enroll at a participating eligible public or private high school, or home school program in Georgia, and Atlanta Tech. Students take coursework at Atlanta Technical College for credit towards both high school graduation or home study completion and post secondary requirements. Students must have approval from their high school guidance counselor and their parents to participate.
The program is offered during all academic semesters " Fall, Spring, and Summer.
The Georgia Student Finance Commission requires that a Dual Enrollment High School/Home Study Program Participation Agreement be on file for each high school/home study program in order for students from that high school/home study program to participate in the Dual Enrollment program. For more information about Dual Enrollment and its requirements, please visit the Georgia Department of Education's website.
- Fall Semester – June 1
- Spring Semester – November 1
- Summer Semester – April 15
|What is Required For Admission and Enrollment Steps?|
|Step 1||Submit qualifying SAT or ACT test scores to Atlanta Tech or take the Accuplacer placement test (contact email@example.com for details).|
|Step 2||Complete the ATC Online admissions application.|
|Step 3||Meet with your high school counselor and parent/guardian to complete the Dual Enrollment Student Participation Agreement.|
|Step 4||Complete and sign the FERPA Release Form and Student Disclaimer Form. These can be scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to Atlanta Technical College High School Admissions, 1560 Metropolitan Parkway, SW, Atlanta, Georgia, 30310.|
|Step 5||Login or set up a GAfutures account at gafutures.org, and complete the MOWR (financial aid) application online.|
|Step 6||Receive acceptance letter/email.|
|Step 7||Attend orientation and registration session (information for scheduling will be disseminated upon acceptance).|
High school students can obtain articulated credit for classes taken while in high school that were taught by the high school instructor. Students have to take the appropriate course, meet the eligibility requirements and pass the college examination.