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Continuing Students

Advisement Process

Before Advisement

Dual enrolled students who wish to continue in the program from one semester to the next must first meet with their high school counselor to discuss what courses they need in order to fulfill high school graduation requirements.

High school counselors must submit approved courses to Georgia Southern before a student can be advised and receive their Registration Access Number (RAN).

Advisement

Students will receive an email from their Georgia Southern academic advisor with instructions on when and how to sign up for an advisement appointment through EAB Navigate prior to course registration.

Students can also sign up for an appointment with their advisor at any time inside EAB Navigate.

Click here to view a tutorial on how to make an appointment in EAB.

Registration

Dual enrolled students receive priority registration to ensure that they have access to the courses that they need to fulfill high school graduation requirements. To check for your registration time:

  1. Login to MyGeorgiaSouthern
  2. Under Services click WINGS
  3. Under the Student tab click Registration
  4. Click Check Your Registration Status, Time Slot and More

For help registering and answers to frequently asked questions, please visit Georgia Southern’s Registration page.

GAfutures Dual Enrollment Scholarship Application

Dual enrolled students are required to complete the GAfutures Dual Enrollment Scholarship Application every academic year to ensure that they receive the Dual Enrollment Scholarship to cover their tuition and non-course-related fees.

Students must complete the GAfutures application before getting advised for classes. Failure to complete the application could result in students having to pay for their cost of enrollment or removal from courses. Students attending a private or public Georgia high schools and students attending a home study program can complete the application online found here.

Non-State-Funded Courses

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.

Textbooks

For more information about participating in the Dual Enrollment Textbook Rental Program with the University Store click here.

Last updated: 6/9/2021