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DUAL ENROLLMENT HONORS PROGRAM. Step Ahead to Your Future. Program Benefits. Earn dual credit for college courses Each KSU course counts toward both high school and college Early credits give you options: Graduate college early Take fewer classes per semester Double major.

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Step Ahead to Your Future

Program Benefits

  • Earn dual credit for college courses

    • Each KSU course counts toward both high school and college

  • Early credits give you options:

    • Graduate college early

    • Take fewer classes per semester

    • Double major

Program Benefits

  • Try college while in familiar surroundings

  • Flexible schedule

  • Honors recognition

  • Early registration

  • Access to KSU resources


4-5 courses at KSU

(12-16 credits)


Split time between KSU and high school

Class Schedule Options

May attend KSU full-time or part-time

Choose regular or Honors classes

Honors benefits:

Smaller class sizes

Taught by members of the Honors Faculty

Get to know KSU honors students and other DEHP students

Designated on KSU transcript

Honors Course Option

Typical Coursework

Fall semester:

  • Composition I (ENGL 1101)

  • American Government (POLS 1101)

  • Science (Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science or Earth Science)

  • Math (Algebra, Trig, Pre-Calculus, Calculus I,II or III, Statistics)

Typical Coursework

Spring semester:

  • Composition II (ENGL 1102)

  • Global Economics (ECON 1100)

  • Math at next level or elective

  • Science at next level or elective

Foreign languages

Social sciences





World History

U.S. History


Public Speaking

Human Communication

Even more options for Move on When Ready students

Other Course Options

Acceptance notification: No later than February 2013

Advising and Registration: March 2013

Orientation: July 2013

Advising/Orientation Timeline

Admission Requirements

  • 3.0 GPA in core academic classes (not electives)

  • Combined score of 1100 on SAT Critical Reading and Math sections (ACT 24)

    • Minimum Critical Reading score: 530 (ACT 23)

    • Minimum Math score: 530 (ACT 22)

  • Must be on track for completion of college prep curriculum requirements

AdmissionS File Check List

4 required elements:

  • Online application & application fee

  • Official high school transcript

  • Official SAT or ACT scores

  • DEHP Consent Form

Admissions TIMETABLE

  • Now: Register for earliest SAT or ACT testing date

    • We recommend both tests!

    • Select KSU as school to receive scores

  • This fall: Meet with high school counselor to complete Consent Form

  • Send official high school transcript and Consent Form to KSU

  • Complete online application & fee

Admissions TIMETABLE


for receipt of all documents:

January 11, 2013

  • Track your admissions status online at

  • Allow 3-5 weeks after receipt of all your documents for an admissions decision.

All students who meet the admissions criteria by the deadline of January 11, 2013 will be accepted!

funding options

  • Accel

    • For full or part-time DEHP students

    • Public, private & home-

      school students

    • Funded by state appropriation

  • Move on When Ready Act

    • For full-time DEHP students only

    • Public high school students only

    • Funded by Ga. Dept. of Education





*Based on this year’s costs. 2013 funding amounts and tuition costs will be confirmed in Spring 2013.


    • Accel pays 100%

    • MOWR pays 100% for 12 credits only


    • Accel does not pay

    • MOWR pays 100%


    • Neither program pays


    • Neither program pays

    • Typical lab fees: $20 Writing Center fee for English 1101; $35 lab fee for science courses

Bottom line -- We anticipate:

An Accel student in 1-5 KSU classes will pay:

  • $454 fee balance per semester, plus books and any lab fees.

    A MOWR student in 4 KSU classes:

  • $0fee balance

    Pay only for books and any lab fees.

  • By comparison, a Fall 2012 KSU freshman commuter student taking 4 classes and receiving HOPE:

    • Paid $194.09 in tuition

    • Paid $817.00 in student fees

      = $1,011.09, plus books and any lab fees


    • Save an extra semester or year of tuition & fees

    • Save an extra semester or year of room and board

    • Save an extra semester or year of private school or out-of-state tuition

    Q & A

    Admissions Process

    Nichole McGehee



    Stacey Solomon


    Dr. Katherine Kinnick


    Any questions?

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