The GNTC Dual Enrollment Program gives qualified students an opportunity to advance their education by taking college degree, diploma, or certificate level classes while still in high school. Many degree level classes may also count toward high school graduation requirements. Classes can be taken on any of our six college campuses, online, or maybe even at the high school. Please call the High School Initiatives Office at GNTC for more information.
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Meet Placement Requirements
High School students must have qualifying test scores before applying to the Dual Enrollment Program. GNTC will accept SAT, ACT, Asset, Compass, and/or Accuplacer test scores.Dual Enrollment Test Score Requirements
Once a student has qualifying test scores, he or she will then need to meet with his or her high school Guidance Counselor or speak to one of our High School Initiatives staff.
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High school students will need to attend a Dual Enrollment orientation session. Information about Dual Enrollment orientation will be mailed to the student after his or her Dual Enrollment Admissions Application has been accepted.
Register for Classes
High school students enrolled in the Dual Enrollment Program can only be registered by GNTC High School Initiatives staff. High School Initiatives works directly with high school Guidance Counselors to ensure each student is taking the appropriate college courses needed for graduation.
Pay Tuition and Fees
High school students do not pay for tuition, college fees, or textbooks. These costs are covered by the Dual Enrollment Program. Be aware, there may be some course related fees not covered by dual enrollment. For example, cosmetology and automotive students have to purchase tool kits. However, most GNTC programs do not require these fees.
For tuition, fees, and books to be covered by Dual Enrollment, every high school student must complete a funding application every semester he or she is enrolled in college courses. The funding application can be found on the GAFutures website.
Get Your Student ID Card
For security purposes, Georgia Northwestern Technical College has assigned each student a new ID. Learn how to get your Student ID card by clicking on the link below:Student IDs
Purchase Books and Supplies
All required textbooks are provided at no cost to a dual enrolled high school student. Students will receive instructions each semester on obtaining any necessary textbooks. Textbooks are GNTC property and each student is responsible for returning them at the end of each semester.
Get Your Parking Pass
The college has designated areas for student parking. All full and part-time students, faculty and staff are required to display a campus parking permit on his or her vehicle and to park in designated areas. There is no charge for the parking permit. Parking permits are distributed at registration.
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