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Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment is a free college program for Georgia high school students. High school students receive both college and high school credit for each course taken at the college level. Grades count toward the high school GPA.  The grading scale is A=99, B=89, C=79, D=70 and F=60. Dual Enrollment courses do not count toward a student's college HOPE GPA, nor do they count toward a student's HOPE Credit Hour maximum of 120 hours.

Eligible Dual Enrollment classes for individual colleges can be found on the Georgia Futures website.

East Georgia State College


Mike Moran (


For more information from EGSC, visit their Dual Enrollment page.

Georgia Southern University


Devon Hodges (



  • Must be a high school junior or senior
  • Must have a 3.0 GPA
  • Register for ONE of the following admission tests:
  1. SAT or ACT  When you register to test, make sure you select to have your scores sent to GSU.
  2. Accuplacer-contact the GSU Testing Office at (912) 478-5415 to schedule a time to take the test (free of charge)

Ogeechee Technical College


Lucy Brinson (


For more information, visit the OTC Dual Enrollment website.

How to Apply for Dual Enrollment

  1. Apply to EGSC, GSU or OTC online on their admissions website. Select Dual Enrollment and your admission fee will be waived. Students should have a 3.0 GPA for approval to take college classes.
  2. Once you have been accepted, email Mrs. Andrea Grant ( to have your transcript sent to the college.
  3. Complete the Dual Enrollment funding application on the Georgia Futures website. Go to the Hope/State Aid programs tab. Click on Online Dual Enrollment Application and then Add New Application.
  4. Parents will receive an email to complete the Parent Participation form in Georgia Futures.
  5. Once you are accepted, GSU/EGSC/ OTC will contact the student to set up an advisement appointment to register for classes. Parents may attend the advisement appointment. OTC advisement will take place at PMHS in March. Sign ups for OTC advisement will be sent by email to accepted OTC students and announced at school. GSU and EGSC advisement will take place on their campuses.