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Dual Enrollment - University of West Georgia

Please note that the high school does NOT use the same deadlines as posted on UWG's website!

2019-2020 Dual Enrollment Deadlines:

To enroll in college classes starting in January 2020 (Spring Semester):

  • HCHS Deadline for all paper and electronic submissions is 10/18/2019 by 4:00 pm EST.


To enroll in college classes starting in June 2020 (Summer Semester) or August 2020 (Fall Semester):

  • HCHS Deadline for all paper and electronic submissions is 3/27/2020 by 4:00 pm EST.
SAT/ACT Testing

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SAT Testing (Create or Login to your Account)

2019-2020 SAT Testing Dates & Deadlines

ACT Testing (Create or Login to your Account)

2019-2020 ACT Testing Dates & Deadlines

10th Graders Start Here
  • Student must be a sophomore in high school when enrollment begins.
  • 3.5 Unweighted, academic High School GPA
  • One of the Following:
    • 1250 SAT Composite Score or 25 ACT Composite Score
    • 33 Reading Score or 26 ACT English Score
    • 670 SAT Math Score or 26 ACT Math Score
    • 33 SAT Writing Score or 26 ACT Writing Score
  • Participation agreement signed by parent/guardian, counselor, and student.
  • Official High School Transcript
  • SAT Scores for tests prior to March 5, 2016 will be converted to the Redesigned SAT scores based on the conversion table at sat.org/concordance.

    10th Grade Criteria:Students taking the new SAT must present a minimum score of 24 on the reading test and a minimum score of 22.5 on the math test. In addition, students taking the new SAT must present scores that meet or exceed the equivalent of 970 (combined critical reading and math) on the old SAT. This determination will be made by converting a student's new SAT reading test score to the comparable old SAT critical reading section score and converting the new SAT math test score (or equivalent new SAT math section score) to the comparable old SAT math section score. The sum of those two scores must meet or exceed the old SAT 970 minimum.

*Composite SAT scores include critical reading, math, and writing.

Conversion

Reading Calculation:

Old SAT Minimum Score = 430

Use the Reading Test Score (10-40)* from the table below = 24 (Minimum on New SAT)

Converts to 440 on the old SAT.

Reading Calculation

Math Calculation:

Old SAT Math Minimum Score = 410

Use Math Test Score (From the table below)* = 450 (Minimum on New SAT) Converts to a 410 on the old SAT

Math Calculation

Composite Score Calculation:

Old SAT Minimum Composite Score = 970

To calculate this score add the conversion scores together:

For the example above:

440 (Reading) + 410 (Math) = 850 (minimum is a 970 composite so the score does NOT meet the minimum requirement).

* If you score the New Reading Score Minimum of 24 (440 Old) you would have to make a New Math Score of 560 (530 Old) to make the composite score.

440+530 = 970

** If you score the New Math Score Minimum 450 (410 Old) you would have to make a New Reading Score of 30 (560 Old) to make the composite score.

410+560 = 970 

JRs / SRs Start Here

  • 3.0 Unweighted, academic high school GPA
  • All of The following test scores:
    • 1050 SAT Composite Score or 20 ACT Composite Score
    • 480 SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW) or 17 ACT English Score
    • 450 SAT Math Score or 17 ACT Math Score
  • Participation agreement signed by parent/guardian, counselor, and student
  • Official High School Transcript
  • SAT Scores for tests prior to March 5, 2016 will be converted to the Redesigned SAT scores based on the conversion table at sat.org/concordance.

11th & 12th Grade Criteria: Students taking the new SAT must present a minimum score of 24 on the reading test and a minimum score of 22.5 on the math test. In addition, students taking the new SAT must present scores that meet or exceed the equivalent of 970 (combined critical reading and math) on the old SAT. This determination will be made by converting a student's new SAT reading test score to the comparable old SAT critical reading section score and converting the new SAT math test score (or equivalent new SAT math section score) to the comparable old SAT math section score. The sum of those two scores must meet or exceed the old SAT 970 minimum.

*Composite SAT scores include critical reading, math, and writing.

Conversion

Reading Calculation:

Old SAT Minimum Score = 430

Use the Reading Test Score (10-40)* from the table below = 24 (Minimum on New SAT)

Converts to 440 on the old SAT.

Reading Calculation

Math Calculation:

Old SAT Math Minimum Score = 410

Use Math Test Score (From the table below)* = 450 (Minimum on New SAT) Converts to a 410 on the old SAT

Math Calculation

Composite Score Calculation:

Old SAT Minimum Composite Score = 970

To calculate this score add the conversion scores together:

For the example above:

440 (Reading) + 410 (Math) = 850 (minimum is a 970 composite so the score does NOT meet the minimum requirement).

* If you score the New Reading Score Minimum of 24 (440 Old) you would have to make a New Math Score of 560 (530 Old) to make the composite score.

440+530 = 970

** If you score the New Math Score Minimum 450 (410 Old) you would have to make a New Reading Score of 30 (560 Old) to make the composite score.

410+560 = 970 

Steps to DE @ UWG

My child has successfully met admissions requirements.

Please complete the steps below:

  1. Apply for admission (on-line).
  2. Complete the dual enrollment student participation agreement (turn in to Mr. Wahl at HCHS).
  3. Have physician fill out and send a completed immunization form (turn in to Mr. Wahl at HCHS).
    • Fax to: (706) 948-3682
    • E-mail to: john.wahl@heard.k12.ga.us
  4. Complete the dual enrollment funding application (on-line).
  5. Copy state-issued picture ID (turn in to Mr. Wahl at HCHS):
    • Driver's license
    • Learner's permit
    • Passport

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Step 1

Apply now:

UWG Application (Create An Account First)

Step 2

Complete the Dual Enrollment

UWG Student Participation Agreement

and turn in to Mr. Wahl

Step 3

Complete the form below by following the link

UWG Immunization Form

and turn in to Mr. Wahl

Step 4

Complete the

Dual Enrollment Funding Application

Fall Semester Deadline (September 20)

Spring Semester Deadline (March 20)

Summer Deadline (May 20)

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For step by step instructions on how to get to the application once on the site, click here:

How do I get to the dual enrollment funding application?

Once you get to the on-line application, it will ask:

Basic contact information

It will also ask what schools you attend.*

*Please make sure you select the school you attend AND hit the > sign to move the school to the right.

Failure to do this step and the application will not submit to the high school.

You will be required to pay all regular college tuition costs if you fail to comply with the deadlines above.

What if I forgot my username and/or password?

For convenience, GAfutures has a “Forgot your username?” and a “Forgot your password?” function on the sign in page.

Passwords and Usernames can also be reset by:

Answering previously chosen security questions

Contacting GSFC at 800.505.GSFC or sending a Help ticket using the feature located at the top of GAfutures.org.