Dual Enrollment Program
How do I Apply?
Start by filling out a Georgia Perimeter College application online. The application fee is $20. Think about which GPC campus is best for you and your high school. Ask your school to send an official copy of your transcript to GPC.
You need to send official SAT or ACT score directly to GPC, too. The college code for the SAT is 5711 and the college code for the ACT is 0806. While you're requesting official test scores, remember to have your Advanced Placement test scores sent to GPC. Your test scores may be used for credit and course placement. Check out the lowest AP test scores GPC will accept for class credit.
You need to get an up-to-date Certificate of Immunization. Georgia’s Board of Regents wants you to be vaccinated for specific illnesses. So, don't wait until the last minute to get this done.
Your parents need to sign a Parental Consent Form.
Use the application checklist to make sure you've followed all the steps to be accepted.
Were you born in another country or attend school there?
You’ll need to talk to GPC’s Office of International Student Admissions and Advising. They’re on the Clarkston and Dunwoody campuses. You can also talk to our Enrollment and Registration Services offices in Newton, Alpharetta, or Decatur. You will have to show us your passport or naturalization paper to be sure you’re a U.S. citizen. If you’re not a citizen, you'll need to provide documents that say why you are in this country.
Undocumented students can participate in the Dual Enrollment Program but you will have to pay out-of-state tuition and fees. Students who are classified as out-of-state don't receive any Accel funding.
When do I apply?
|Application and Admission Documents Due Dates*|
|Fall Semester||July 1|
|Spring Semester||November 1|
|Summer Session||April 1|
|*Your high school may require you to meet an earlier date!
Applications, fees, and admission documents received after the due date may be considered. However, applicants who apply and provide admission documents after the due date will need to be flexible regarding their admission to the College and class availability.