Dual Enrollment (Dual Enrollment) is Georgia's new dual enrollment program. It provides high school students with opportunities to earn college credit while working on their high school diplomas. This program replaces ACCEL, HOPE-Dual Enrollment, and the previous Dual Enrollment program. Students in 9th,10th,11th, and 12th grades, attending a participating Georgia high school or an approved home study program are eligible to participate. In order to qualify as Dual Enrollment participants, all private and public high schools and home study programs within Georgia operating pursuant to O.C.G.A. �20-2-690(c) must submit a Dual Enrollment High School/Home Study Program Participation Agreement.Students may take occupational and career courses or academic core courses that can transfer to University System of Georgia colleges and universities. Please click USG-TCSG Transfer Courses for a current listing of transferable courses. Courses students choose each term must be listed on their Dual Enrollment applications to be approved by their high school and the postsecondary institution.
Tracie McGhee, High School Coordinator
Tracie McGhee earned a Bachelor's in Business Administration in Marketing from the University of Georgia and since 2008 serves as the college's High School Coordinator. She has been a part of post-secondary technical education for 17+ years working with the Dual Enrollment program, admissions, student services, and economic development.
Office Location: Athens Campus, H Building, Room H-743A
Ellie Bradshaw Dual Enrollment Admission Assistant
Ellie Bradshaw earned an Associate's Degree in Business Administrative Technology from Athens Technical College. She served as the Athens Technical College's receptionist for almost 3 years before joining the Dual Enrollment team in June 2016.
Office Location: Athens Campus, H Building, Room H-733