Information for School Counselors
Welcome to the VSU Dual Enrollment Program
Dual Enrollment Counselors
We are excited to welcome you and your students to the Valdosta State University Dual Enrollment Program! Our goal is to make sure you receive the information that you need, and to answer any questions you may have about the Dual Enrollment Program.
Unlike other Dual Enrollment programs, high school and home school students in VSU’s Dual Enrollment Program benefit from the resources of a major state university, where they can easily transition into a bachelor’s degree program after graduation. The rigor and pace of our classes will prepare your students for success anywhere.
What classes/ courses are available for Dual Enrollment Students?
Approved courses for Dual Enrollment funding are listed in the Dual Enrollment Approved Course Directory. Approved classes may include degree level or non-degree level courses in the five main academic areas (English, math, science, social studies and foreign language), as well as select elective course offerings. Students can enroll in online courses if the course is on the approved course list. Students should carefully consider whether an online course is a good fit for them before enrolling. The dual enrollment requirements are the same for online courses as face-to-face courses.
Dual Enrollment Admissions Requirements
- SAT Scores & PSAT
- 1050 Total (EBRW + Math)
- AND 480 Evidence-Based Reading & Writing Score
- AND 510 Math Score
- ACT Scores & Pre-ACT
- 20 Composite
- AND 17 English Score or 17 Reading Score
- AND 17 Math Score
- Minimum 237 Reading Score
- Minimum 4 WritePlacer Score
- Minimum of 258 Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra & Statistics Score
**COMPASS test scores may not be used to satisfy this requirement.
High School Transcripts
- 3.0 academic GPA
- Official, current transcripts sent from high school
- Students must be on-track with required high school curriculum (RHSC)
Who is eligible to enroll?
High school students in the 11th & 12th grades attending a public or private high school in Georgia or home study program can participate in the Dual Enrollment Program.
High school students in the 10th grade attending a public or private high school in Georgia or home study program must meet Zell Miller testing requirements (minimum SAT scores of 1200 or minimum ACT score of 26 either in a single national test administration). Student that were in the 9th grade during the 2019-2020 school year and participated in Dual Enrollment, may enroll as 10th graders in any approved DE courses.
School counselors serve as important liaisons for their students and for Valdosta State University. The Dual Enrollment office wants to make sure each school counselor has the access to the information and documentation they need to ensure their students are well prepared!
The VSU Dual Enrollment Office is here to help! For any questions or you would like additional information please contact, Megan Hancock.
Megan Hancock | Student Services Coordinator- Dual Enrollment | (229)249-2779 | email@example.com