Dual Enrollment Program

Dual Enrollment Program (DEP) – 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 Dual Enrollment.

The Dual Enrollment Application for Spring 2019 and Fall 2019 is open.

All required documents, transcripts (high school and/or college) or home educated portfolio, and test scores must be submitted by the following deadlines for admissions consideration. No exceptions to our admissions standards or deadline dates will be considered. Please allow ample time for receipt and processing of all documents and test scores. Processing time of applicants varies based on the number of applicants and the time of year.

Spring 2019 Deadline: December 1, 2018

Fall Priority Deadline: January 18, 2019

Completing an application for admission by the priority deadline guarantees priority registration for college classes. Priority registration is a great benefit to students that wish to tailor their class schedules with high school or extracurricular activities.

Fall Final Deadline: March 15, 2019
Please note the last test we will accept for our March deadline is the February ACT.

    • 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 (taken March 2016 or later)

    SAT Reading test score no lower than 25
    SAT Math section score no lower than 490
    1050 SAT (Total Score)

    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 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
      25
      =
      Critical Reading Section Score
      450
    • Math Section Score
      490
      =
      Math Section Score
      450
    • Total Score
      At least 1050
      -------->
      CR + M Total Score
      970

    -or-

    ACT

    ACT Composite score of 20
    ACT English subscore no lower than 18
    ACT Math subscore no lower than 18

    • We admit students for Spring and Fall semesters.

    • Students must have completed high school curricular requirements to be classified as a junior or senior by the first day of classes and they must also be on track to complete a College Preparatory Diploma according to the Georgia Department of Education.

    • Students must be 15 years of age or older by the first day of class.

    • 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 Program Acknowledgement Form for Minors. Please find the PDF of the form in the Application Checklist section below.

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

    GAFutures.org – Dual Enrollment Program Information

    Staying On Course - High School Curriculum Requirements

 


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

Kennesaw State University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Attn: Dual Enrollment Admissions
3391 Town Point Drive, MD 9111
Suite 1000
Kennesaw, GA 30144

All questions during the admissions process can be directed to:

Undergraduate Admissions
depadmissions@kennesaw.edu
470-578-6500

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

Dual Enrollment Program 
dep@kennesaw.edu
470-578-6116

Please go to the Dual Enrollment Program for more information.

Please visit the GAFutures website for more information about the state supported Dual Enrollment Program.

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