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Applying for the Dual Enrollment Program at Gwinnett Tech is simple!

All the information and forms you need are right here. Please note, there's no GPA requirement for admission to Gwinnett Tech. Dual Enrollment students are accepted based on admissions test scores. For an overview of how to get started with Dual Enrollment, read the Dual Enrollment Info Sheet.

  1. Apply online for admissions each semester.
  2. Complete the Dual Enrollment Student Participation AgreementPDF - icon each semester.

  3. Submit official SAT or ACT scores, or take the COMPASS/ACCUPLACER placement exam offered at Gwinnett Tech.
    Find out more about the ACCUPLACER placement test.

    Minimum requirements for certificate/diploma programs:

    Program Level ACCUPLACER SAT (Old) SAT (New) ACT COMPASS
    Degree Reading 64
    Writing 70
    Math 57
    Verbal 480
    Math 440
    Reading 25
    Writing 26
    Math 24
    English 20
    Math 19
    Reading 17
    Reading 79
    Writing 62
    Math 37
    Diploma/Certificate Reading 55
    Writing 60
    Math 34
    Verbal 430
    Math 400
    Reading 24
    Writing 25
    Math 22
    English 17
    Math 17
    Reading 15
    Reading 70
    Writing 38
    Math 37
  4. Complete the Dual Enrollment funding application through GAFutures.org. Homeschooled students and students who do not have a valid Social Security number must complete the Dual Enrollment paper application. All other students must complete Part 1 of the online application. Additional instructions on proper submission of this funding application can be found here.

  5. Homeschooled students note the following: You are required to complete additional documentation. Homeschooled students must complete the Dual Enrollment Annual Home Study Program Participation Agreement (this can be found at GAFutures.org.) and an Annual Declaration of Intent (information can be found at GaDOE.org).

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