GAfutures and Approved Courses
Public or Private High School Counselors
Dual enrollment students attending public or private high schools must complete a GAfutures Dual Enrollment Scholarship Application before funds and fee waivers can be applied to their Georgia Southern accounts.
For more information about the application process, visit the GAfutures Dual Enrollment Funding Application website.
If an error is present on a student’s GAfutures Dual Enrollment Funding Dashboard, then Georgia Southern’s Financial Aid Office will deny funding approval. If this happens, counselors will need to make appropriate corrections. For example, if a student registers for a class that was not submitted by their counselor, the approval will be denied by Financial Aid.
Home Study Programs
The Dual Enrollment funding Program Application for students and Home Study Parents is also available online.
In order for students to meet with their Georgia Southern academic advisor, advisors must have approved courses submitted by their counselors either through the GAfutures Dashboard or via Georgia Southern’s Dual Enrollment Advisement Google Form.
Students who are admitted based only on their MATH score requirement may only enroll in STEM courses. For a list of GS STEM courses, click here. Students who meet only the English or Reading score requirements may only enroll in non-STEM courses. Students who meet both sections of the required score may enroll in any eligible Dual Enrollment courses.
For a list of all Dual Enrollment approved courses, click here.
The Google Form is emailed to high school counselors at the beginning of each semester. If you need access to the form, please contact us.
Students must complete the Non-State-Funded Approval Form for courses not eligible for dual enrollment funding.
Students submit the form to their academic advisor at the time of advisement.
For more information about non-state-funded courses, click here.
Last updated: 12/22/2020