Dual Enrollment for High School Students

The Dual Enrollment Program (DEP) provides high school juniors and seniors an opportunity 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.

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


Admissions Requirements

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    3.0 as calculated by KSU

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      500 - Evidence Based Reading and Writing | 490 Math Section Score | 1050 Total

      SAT Registration

        • Test Date
          Registration Deadline
          Late Registration Deadline
          Deadline for Changes
        • Oct. 2, 2021
          Sept. 3
          Sept. 21
          Sept. 21
        • Nov. 6, 2021
          Oct. 8
          Oct. 26
          Oct. 26
        • Dec. 4, 2021
          Nov. 4
          Nov. 23
          Nov. 23
        • March, 12, 2022
          Feb. 11
          March 1
          March 1
        • May 7, 2022
          Apr. 8
          Apr. 26
          Apr. 26
        • June 4, 2022
          May 5
          May 25
          May 25



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        18 - English or Reading | 18 Math | 20 Composite

        ACT Registration


          • Test Date
            Registration Deadline
            Late Registration Deadline
            Deadline for Changes
          • Oct. 23, 2021

            Sept. 17

            Sept. 21

            Oct. 15

          • Dec. 11, 2021

            Nov. 5
            Oct. 26
            Dec. 3
          • Feb. 12, 2022

            Jan. 7
            Nov. 23
            Feb. 4
          • April 2, 2022

            Feb. 25
            March 1
            March 25
          • June 11, 2022

            May 6
            Apr. 26
            June 3
          • July 16,

            June 17
            May 25
            July 8

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          Required High School Curriculum 

          2 units of English | 2 units of Math | 2 units of Science | 1 unit of Social Science

          *Staying On Course - High School Curriculum Requirements 

          Kennesaw State accepts either the SAT or the ACT for dual enrollment applicants. Scores from the ACT and the SAT will not be mixed together. Applicants must meet minimum* English/Critical Reading and Math section requirements.

          The KSU Application Process


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            Online Application

            Submit your Dual Enrollment application

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              DEP Student Form

              Submit Dual Enrollment New Student Form

              After the submission of your dual enrollment application, you must wait 24-48 hours to submit this form.

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                Your High School Transcript(s)

                Work with your high school to send us your official transcript(s) documenting all coursework undertaken during your high school career.

                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

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                  Any College Transcript(s)

                  If you have earned any college credit (including dual credit) while in high school, request that the college or university send official transcripts to KSU.

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                    Standardized Tests Scores

                    Kennesaw State accepts either the SAT or the ACT for dual enrollment applicants. Applicants must meet minimum English/Evidence Based Reading and Math section requirements.

                    Required Documents

                    You will need to submit your dual enrollment participation and funding form through GAFutures.

                    If you are under the age of 16 by the first day of class must submit the Dual Enrollment Program Acknowledgment Form for Minors.

                    If you have questions during the admissions process, please contact the Undergraduate Admissions office. Email depoffice@kennesaw.edu or call 470-KSU-INFO (470-578-4636).

                    Contact the dual enrollment advisers if you are an admitted student with questions about Dual Enrollment Advising, course selection, and registration. Email: owladvisingde@kennesaw.edu.

                    Home Educated Students

                    Applicants applying to Kennesaw State who attend a homeschool or high school not accredited by one of the accrediting associations below must document their RHSC units through the submission of a curriculum packet. 

                    The USG recognizes accreditation from the following accrediting bodies: 

                    Applicants attending a non-accredited homeschool are required to complete the following steps in order:  

                    1. Complete the application
                    2. Setup your NetID
                      • 48 hours after applying, you will have your KSU# and NetID 
                    3. Once you have set up your NetID, access and complete the homeschool portfolio and attach the following documents:
                      • Declaration of Intent to Homeschool
                      • Notarized Affidavit of Successful Completion
                        • Note: Submit with this portfolio only after high school graduation.  If your high school graduation date is in the future, your confirmation email will include a link to complete the form at that time
                    4. Submit official SAT or ACT Scores 
                    5. Submit official college transcripts


                    To appeal your admissions decision, click here.