Funding Requirements & Costs
Below you will find the dual enrollment funding limitations that went into effect in Summer 2020.
- Funding is limited to 30 semester credit hours.
- Limited to Juniors and Seniors
- Sophomores with 26 ACT or 1200 SAT are eligible
- Students are not able to receive funding for repeated courses.
- Students who receive 2 withdrawals are no longer eligible for funding.
- Funding is limited to approved courses only.
Students are not responsible for tuition and mandatory non-course-related fees, such as technology, transportation, and student activity fees that traditional students would otherwise pay.
In order to receive the funds necessary to cover tuition and waive mandatory non-course-related fees, students must submit their GAfutures Dual Enrollment Scholarship Application prior to the beginning of the academic year.
Not all courses have course fees, but many math and science courses do. Course fees typically range from $20 to $55, however, some courses have higher fees. Some examples of courses that require fees are CHEM 1211K (Chemistry) and BIOL 1107/1107L (Biology).
Students are also responsible for any proctoring fees as a result of any online exams being proctored.
Dual enrollment students have access to almost all fee-supported services, including the RAC, student activities, and even attendance at athletic events. However, dual enrollment students cannot participate in NCAA Athletics or Fraternity and Sorority Life and do not have access to Health Services or the Counseling Center (except in crisis situations or for referrals).
Check Account Balance
To check if any course fees are due:
- Log into MyGeorgiaSouthern
- Locate the Financial Resources section
- Click View/Pay Your Tuition Bill
- Click View Activity
For more information and instructions on paying fees, please visit the Office of Student Accounts.
Students participating in the Dual Enrollment program are provided access to required textbooks for approved courses at no cost. Check out the Dual Enrollment Book Program for more information.
Students are permitted to live on campus while participating in the dual enrollment program. If they choose to do so, they will be responsible for all costs associated with on-campus housing.
Click here for more information about on-campus housing.
Last updated: 6/9/2021