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Earn both high school and college credit. We offer flexibility and opportunity for high school students.

Opportunities for High School Students

Middle Georgia State University Dual Enrollment offers high school students the opportunity to earn their diploma while earning college credit. At MGA, students can choose between residential and commuter programs – and can even earn an associate’s degree in their last two years of high school!

What is Dual Enrollment?

Dual Enrollment is Georgia's program that offers opportunities for high school students to complete high school and earn college credits at the same time. The new program streamlined the existing dual enrollment options into one program with one funding source.

Attention! As a result of recent legislative changes the Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC) issued new requirements to qualify for and updates to the Dual Enrollment state funding program effective Summer 2020. Please see below:

Dual Enrollment Funding Updates:
· The Dual Enrollment funding cap is 30 semester hours (the 15 hour limit per semester remains).
· Students in the 9th grade are not eligible to participate in the Dual Enrollment funding program.
· Academically eligible students in the 11th and 12th grades may take approved Dual Enrollment courses.
· Academically eligible (considered high achieving) students in the 10th grade may take approved Dual Enrollment courses.

Please visit for the GSFC website  for a complete list of requirements and updates to the Dual Enrollment state funding program.

Students in the 9th and 10th grades who are not funding eligible yet, but are academically eligible have the option to pay out-of-pocket. Additionally, students planning to enroll in more than 30 credit hours, as a Dual Enrollment student, may choose to pay out-of-pocket for credit hours above the 30 hour cap. Scholarship opportunities may be available through the MGA Foundation.”

why choose MGA?

Middle Georgia State is one of the few public universities where Dual Enrollment students are offered the choice between a residential or a commuter program. We can help you attain your goals for college and reach your highest achievement. We offer convenient online and on-campus classes. At MGA, Dual Enrollment students can take courses during any semester, even the summer semester.

Convert Your New SAT Scores and check the testing standards for each program to find out which program fits your needs best.


The Georgia Academy - A Dual Enrollment Residency

Georgia Academy Students

  • Want to experience living on a college campus and earning college credit while in high school? MGA has a residential Dual Enrollment program offered through Georgia Academy. The Georgia Academy is located on our Cochran Campus and offers high schools students the chance to live and learn at one of the most beautiful, traditional campuses in Georgia, all while gaining the experience of independence and thriving in a peer-supported, learning community.

Dual Enrollment - traditional

Dual Enrollment Commuter Students


Contact us!

Interested in learning more about the differences between our Dual Enrollment residency through Georgia Academy and our traditional commuter Dual Enrollment program:

Request More Info about MGA's Dual Enrollment Choices 

New Georgia Academy:
Meet Wesley Sewell - Recruiter for New Students
Wesley.Sewell@mga.edu
478.960.2231 

Dual Enrollment students:
Meet Andrea Blackshear - Recruiter for New Students
DualEnrollment@mga.edu
478.841.0037

Returning students for both programs:
Susan Collins

478.934.3481

David Fuller

478.471.5365

For general Admissions and Enrollment questions:

478.471.2725