SOAR with Dual Enrollment


The Dual Enrollment program at South Georgia State College gives academically talented high school students the opportunity to earn college credit before graduating from high school. The Dual Enrollment program provides students an early start to their college careers and offers meaningful and challenging academic experiences to qualified students. The program is offered during all terms of the school year: spring, summer and fall semester.


What's New?

With the passing of House Bill 444, we know you may have some questions.  Please click here to view the latest changes that went into effect Summer 2020.


Dual Enrollment Admission Guidance

Due to the inability for many applicants to take the SAT/ACT exams during this time, institutions are authorized to continue to evaluate dual enrollment applicants for spring, summer, and fall 2021 under the recently amended guidelines outlined below. 

Through the Fall 2021 admissions cycle, Dual Enrollment applicants may be admitted without test scores if they meet all of the following requirements:

Juniors and Seniors:

  • Provide a transcript showing they are on-track for completing all high school graduation requirements and the University System of Georgia’s Required High School Curriculum (RHSC)
  • Have at least a 3.0 High School Grade Point Average, calculated on the RHSC courses completed
  • Exempt placement in corequisite Learning Support for both English and mathematics.  Dual Enrollment applicants without test scores must meet both of the following to exempt placement in corequisite Learning Support:

·       English: Two units of RHSC English must be successfully completed prior to the start of the Dual Enrollment term; and,

·       Math: High school Algebra II or the equivalent must be successfully completed prior to the start of the Dual Enrollment term.

Sophomores: in addition to the above requirements, Sophomores must also meet the following test score requirement (in a single national test administration): 

  • minimum SAT score of 1200 or
  • minimum ACT Composite score of 26 

Questions? Use Hawk Helper to submit a ticket to the Dual Enrollment Specialists.

  1.  Contact your high school counselor to find out if you're eligible to apply and to initiate the Dual Enrollment process.
  2.  Submit your SGSC Admissions Application.
  3.  Submit your official high school transcript via GAFutures (for GA residents).
  4.  Submit official test scores that meet the minimum test requirements (see 'Eligibility' tab)
  5.  Submit official college transcripts from any and all colleges attended (required before starting classes)
  6.  Submit Dual Enrollment Funding Application:

Students must complete a GA Futures application for funding to be approved by their High School Counselor and Dual Enrollment Specialist. The application can be accessed here:

GA Futures Application

Additional documents required to complete file and eliminate holds being placed on your record:

*These documents must be received before the student will be allowed to register for classes.



  • Program is available to rising Juniors and Seniors.
    • Sophomores may participate in the program, but must meet the following test score requirement: minimum SAT score of 1200 or ACT Composite score of 26 in a single national test administration.
  • Minimum high school GPA of 3.0 or higher, as calculated based on Required High School Curriculum (RHSC) courses.
  • On track towards the completion of the RHSC requirements and high school graduation.
  • The following minimum test scores for Juniors and Seniors:


SGSC Dual Enrollment Eligible Test Scores

Test Required for Acceptance Required for Math 1111


(before Mar 2016)

Critical Reading - 430

Math - 400

Critical Reading - 430

Math - 470


(Mar 2016 or after)

Evidence-Based Reading & Writing - 480

Math - 440

Evidence-Based Reading & Writing - 480

Math - 510


English or Reading - 17

Math - 17

English or Reading - 17

Math - 20

Classic Accuplacer

(before Jan 28 2019)

Reading Comprehension - 63

Writeplacer - 4

Elementary Algebra - 67

Reading Comprehension - 63

Writeplacer - 4

Elementary Algebra - 79

Next-Generation Accuplacer

(Jan 28 2019 or later)

Reading – 237

Writeplacer – 4

Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra and Statistics – 258

Reading – 237

Writeplacer – 4

Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra and Statistics – 266



Testing Hours

Monday - Thursday

9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Schedule Appointment

Send email to with available dates and times

Testing Requirements

  • Photo ID
  • No electronic devices allowed in testing lab
  • Masks are required for entry

Paper, pencil, and calculator will be provided by testing center


Accuplacer Sample Questions

Accuplacer Testing Help



Dual Enrollment students must meet with their high school counselor prior to registering for courses. 

Have you chosen your pathway?  We have 20+ programs of study that can be found by clicking the blue button below.  Once you've decided, you can access your  pathway map (a guide of what classes you'll need to take to complete the degree or program you choose) by clicking on the icon that represents your program of study.  You can review your pathway with your High School Counselor.

Pathways at SGSC

Dual Enrollment Approved Courses


Tuition is covered by the Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC).  Dual enrollment  does not cover course related fees.  There are a limited number of courses which are not covered by the GSFC.  This means you would be responsible for paying tuition for those courses out of pocket.  Students are also responsible for paying any course related fees, which includes the $25 lab fee for science courses that include a lab.


What about books?  Dual Enrollment students will be provided course books for each course that the student is enrolled in per term at no cost to the student. Students taking courses on campus will have the required textbook(s) for his/her course(s) loaned to them from the South Georgia State College Bookstore.  Should one of the courses not be covered by the GSFC, you would be responsible for purchasing the course textbook.


For more information, please contact us at

Stay up to date on the latest Dual Enrollment changes.

Did you know?  GSFC has added a Home Study Programs Page to assist Home Study Administrators and students.  Please feel free to share these resources with your Dual Enrollment home study students and their families.

SGSC is no longer a testing site for the SAT.  Applicants may visit the College Board website at to locate testing centers and to obtain information regarding available test dates and registration deadlines.

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Additional Resources:

Stay up to date on the latest Dual Enrollment changes.  Also, click here to view a tutorial video of the GAfutures application process.

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Additional Resources:

SGSC Mobile Apps:

  • SGSC students can enjoy the convenience of checking their class schedule and viewing their grades using the SGSC Mobile App. Click here for more information.
  • Download and check out our new Navigate Student App.

Are you a SGSC Dual Enrollment student about to graduate from high school?  Complete a Status Change Form to let us know you are ready to make the transition from DE student to SGSC Freshman!


Need assistance? Contact us at or submit a Dual Enrollment Hawk Helper Request.