Dual Enrollment

Current Students

Albany State University is excited that you have decided to enroll in the Dual Enrollment Program. Please find information regarding registration, financial submittals, and resources for students.

Registration

Current Dual Enrollment (DE) students must complete a Student Participation Agreement each semester before scheduling a registration appointment. This form must be filled out and signed by student, guardian, and your high school counselor. To see the list of approved classes and to access the course schedule, please refer back to the registration process. Pre-registration usually begins in April for Fall/Summer and November for Spring. All holds must be taken care of before a student can register for the next semester.

To schedule an appointment, please contact the Dual Enrollment Coordinator, Elizabeth Sheffield-Hayes, at Elizabeth.Sheffield@asurams.edu, or the Dual Enrollment Specialist, Natarsha Williams, at Natarsha.Williams@asurams.edu.

GA Futures Dual Enrollment Scholarship Application

The scholarship application can be found on GA Futures. This will need to be submitted by student, high school counselor, and post-secondary official each semester. Public/Private school students will submit a paper application to the Dual Enrollment Coordinator or Dual Enrollment Specialist.

This application must be submitted by the following deadlines:

  • Fall: October 1st
  • Spring: March 1st
  • Summer: May 15th

Bookstore Process

Required books for approved Dual Enrollment classes are now provided as rentals to students. Students are able to get their books from the Bookstore one week prior to the start of classes. The student must bring their current schedule, which has been signed and stamped by the Dual Enrollment Coordinator or Specialist, in order to receive books. The students must also turn in a Bookstore Agreement Release at the time of checkout. Please read the entirety of the Bookstore Agreement before signing and turning in to the Bookstore.

Student Success

There are many resources available to help you be successful in your college coursework. Please visit our resources page to learn about the options available to you.