Dual Enrollment Honors Program

Dual EnrollmentThrough dual enrollment, high school students have the opportunity to receive both high school and college credit while still enrolled in high school.

There are many benefits to participating in dual enrollment beyond accumulating college credit such as:
- providing a smooth transition from high school to
  college-level coursework
- accelerating the time to complete a college degree
- saving money on college tuition
- accumulating rigor requirements for the Hope Scholarship

eCore is an option for high school students, grades 9 - 12, who want to start college without traveling to a physical campus for class. 

For additional information:
KSU's Dual Enrollment Honors Program
eCore Dual Enrollment Handbook

Georgia's Move On When Ready Program

Move On When Ready (MOWR) provides funds to be awarded for postsecondary course work qualifying for dual credit. Students may receive MOWR funding for three seemsters per award year while enrolled in an eligible high school or home school study program.

Required course books are provided through the college or university at no cost to the student however lab kits and proctored exams fees are not covered by MOWR funds. For more information GAfutures.