Double the credit. Half the time. Zero the tuition*.
Dual Enrollment allows qualified high school students to maximize their education and career training by taking courses that earn college and high school credit at the same time! Students may choose to enroll fully into a degree, diploma, or technical certificate of credit (TCC) program, or they may choose to just take a few courses. Courses are taught on college campuses, some high school campuses, online and hybrid (a blend of online and in-person classes).
Starting in Fall of 10th grade, students are eligible to take occupational or CTAE courses through Dual Enrollment funding. Junior and senior level (starting summer prior to 11th grade) students are eligible to take core/general education, as well as occupational courses. Financial Aid is available for students who meet the requirements. Students who are not eligible for Financial Aid to cover their Dual Enrollment courses are responsible for paying all tuition and any required fees. *Additional program-specific fees for occupational courses may be charged.
Savannah Technical College offers in-person and online classes. We are taking precautions to keep our students and faculty safe. Visit our Steps to Apply page for updated COVID-19 admissions procedures for Dual Enrollment students.
Benefits of taking Savannah Technical College courses while in high school through Dual Enrollment
- Dual Enrollment allows high school students to get a jumpstart on their college majors.
- Degree level core/general education classes may transfer to any University System of Georgia (USG) or Technical College System of Georgia college or university PLUS many other colleges/universities outside of the state of Georgia. Savannah Tech offers 28 general core courses (math, science, English, history, etc.) that transfer to USG colleges and universities. Fine Arts courses are no longer approved Dual Enrollment funding.
- College credits taken and paid through Dual Enrollment funding do not count against HOPE Scholarship or HOPE Grant hours after high school graduation.
- College core/general credits are counted as rigor courses for HOPE Scholarship and Zell Miller Scholarship calculations.