Dual Enrollment Honors Program

Dual Enrollment Honors Program (DEHP) – Dual Enrollment provides an opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to get a head start on college. Students take college classes in lieu of high school classes and earn both high school and college credit simultaneously. This program is designed for academically accelerated students and can also be referred to as Move on When Ready.

Please see below for admission standards and required documents.

Allow ample time for receipt and processing of all documents. Processing time varies based on number of applicants and time of year. Please note the deadline for applying for the Dual Enrollment Honors Program for entry Fall 2017 was January 13th, 2017.

 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

    • Minimum 3.0 GPA as recalculated by KSU, in courses used to satisfy the 17 College-Preparatory Curriculum (CPC) requirements in English, Mathematics, Natural Science, Social Science and Foreign Language (see Staying on Course link below)
      • SAT

        Old SAT (taken prior to March 2016)
        1100 SAT (Critical Reading and Math scores combined)
        SAT Critical Reading score no lower than 530
        SAT Math score no lower than 530

        -or-

        New SAT (taken March 2016 or later)
        SAT Reading test score no lower than 29
        SAT Math section score no lower than 560

        Minimum SAT Total Score:
        All redesigned SAT scores (taken March 2016 or later) will be converted to the pre-March 2016 SAT equivalent. The total score requirement for the Dual Enrollment Honors Program is based on the converted scores:

     

    • Test Component – Redesigned SAT taken
      March 2016 or later
      Minimum Score
       
      Test Component –
      SAT taken prior to March 2016
      Minimum Score
    • Reading Test Score
      29
      =
      Critical Reading Section Score
      530
    • Math Section Score
      560
      =
      Math Section Score
      530
    • Total Score
      -------->
      -------->
      CR + M
      1100


    -or-

    • ACT

      ACTComposite score of 24
      ACT English subscore no lower than 23
      ACT Math subscore no lower than 22

    • All students must begin the program in Kennesaw State's fall semester. Students must have completed high school curricular requirements to be classified as a junior or senior by the first day of Kennesaw State's fall semester, and must be on track to complete a College-Prep diploma. Students must also be age 15 or older by the first day of Kennesaw State's fall semester. 

    • Students that are at least the age of 15 but under the age of 16 by the first day of class must submit the Dual Enrollment Honors Program Acknowledgement Form for Minors. Please find the PDF of the form in the Application Checklist below.

    • Home-school applicants must apply by submitting a portfolio.

    GAFutures.org – Move On When Ready Program Information

    Staying On Course - High School Curriculum Requirements

  • ❑ Submit a Student Participation Agreement Form
    The Georgia Student Finance Commission will release the fall 2017 Student Participation Forms for by April 1, 2017. Links will be added here once available.
                

    ❑ Once you have submitted your student participation agreement form to the Admissions Office and qualify for Move On When Ready (MOWR), you will receive information about submitting your online application using a MOWR application fee waiver. If you do not qualify for MOWR, submit your online application and $40 application fee. All applications and supporting documents must be submitted by the appropriate posted deadline for your desired semester of entry.

    ❑ Submit an official copy of your high school transcript electronically or in a sealed envelope. Home educated students must submit a Home Educated Applicant Portfolio. Please do not submit personal achievement awards or pictures, as no documents will be returned.

    ❑ Submit official SAT or ACT scores electronically from the testing agency.

    • SAT I or II Tests:
      College Entrance Examination Board
      Box 6200
      Princeton , NJ 08541
      www.collegeboard.org
      KSU's Institutional Code for the College Board is 5359.
    • ACT Tests:
      American College Testing Program
      3355 Lenox Road NE #320
      Atlanta , GA 33026-1332
      www.act.org
      Kennesaw State's Institutional Code for the ACT is 0833.


    ❑ Submit official transcripts from all colleges, universities or schools attended (if applicable).

    ❑ Students that are at least the age of 15 but under the age of 16 by the first day of class must submit the Dual Enrollment Honors Program Acknowledgement Form for Minors. 

    ❑ Home-schooled students seeking Dual Enrollment admission must submit their portfolio documents and application by the posted deadline.

    Check your application status online.

    ❑ If you are an 'in-state' student, you must provide proof of lawful presence prior to enrollment.

    ❑ Prior to enrolling in courses you must provide proof of immunization as required by the University System of Georgia. Please see http://immunizations.kennesaw.edu/ for further information.

Official transcripts from high schools or colleges must be sent directly from the institution to:

Kennesaw State University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Attn: Jordan Stevenson, Associate Director of Admissions
3391 Town Point Drive, MD 9111
Suite 1000
Kennesaw, GA 30144

All questions during the admissions process can be directed to:

Jordan Stevenson
Associate Director of Student Recruitment
dehpadmissions@kennesaw.edu
470-578-6500

Admitted students with questions about DEHP orientation, advising, course selection, funding, and registration may contact:

Dual Enrollment Honors Program 
dehp@kennesaw.edu
470-578-6116

Please go to the Dual Enrollment Honors Program for more information.

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