Auburn First Dual Enrollment Program
Starting Fall 2022, Fulton County students will have the opportunity to participate in the Auburn First Dual Enrollment Program.
The Auburn First program offers high school students an accessible and affordable opportunity to take official Auburn University courses and earn both college and high school credit at the same time.
For more information, click here: Auburn First Program Overview
Dual Enrollment Overview
Dual enrollment gives students the opportunity to meet high school graduation requirements while also earning college course credits. Dual enrollment students take approved college courses through approved college institutions. The cost of college tuition is covered by the dual enrollment program. Students are, however, responsible for course-specific supplies (lab goggles, lab coat, etc), and fees that are incurred throughout enrollment (late registration fees, lab fees, etc).
Roswell students can participate in Dual Enrollment courses three ways:
- Take Georgia Tech Math at Roswell HS (depending on enrollment and for students beyond AP BC Calculus)
- Take all courses on the college campus/virtually through the college (12 - 15 college credit hours)
- Take some courses at Roswell and some on a college campus/virtually through the college
Revised Eligibility Requirements
Dual Enrollment is open to 11th - 12th graders enrolled in high school, who are accepted by a state public or private post-secondary institution. Some 10th graders may be eligible to take limited classes at technical institutions only. Individual colleges may establish additional participation requirements, such as minimum GPA or test scores.
For more information about state eligibility requirements: Dual Enrollment Eligibility
List of Participating Colleges
The majority of Roswell's Dual Enrollment students attend Georgia State Perimeter, Gwinnett Tech, and Kennesaw State.
Georgia State Perimeter Dual Enrollment GSU Perimeter DE Website
Gwinnett Tech Dual Enrollment Gwinnett Tech DE Website
Kennesaw State Dual Enrollment Kennesaw State DE Website
However, students are able to take Dual Enrollment classes at any participating institution.
For a complete list of colleges, Click Here List of Participating Institutions
For college specific admission requirements for the University System of GA, Click Here USG 2022 Dual Enrollment Admission Requirements
Dual Enrollment Course Directory
Students must register for classes that are listed on the Dual Enrollment Course Directory found on www.gafutures.org in order to receive funding. For a list of approved courses by school, Click Here Dual Enrollment Course Directory
Fulton County Schools Mandatory Deadlines
Fulton County Schools has set consistent deadlines for all students who are applying to participate in the DE program. All Roswell High School students must adhere to these deadlines even though they may differ from the college deadlines.
March 31st - Summer and Fall Deadline
Students must complete the college application, send a transcript, watch the Dual Enrollment Webinar and complete the Dual Enrollment Intent MicroSoft Form, and complete the Fulton County Schools (FCS) Dual Enrollment contract by this date.
November 1st - Spring Deadline
For students who did not take Fall classes and would like to enroll in the spring semester, they must make sure the application to the college, transcript request, the Webinar and DE Intent Form, and the FCS DE Contract are completed no later than November 1st. If they miss the deadline, they will not be able to take DE classes in the spring semester.
Roswell's Application Process and Checklist
For details regarding the dual enrollment process, please Click Here Roswell DE Checklist