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Dual Enrollment Admission Requirements and Application Procedures

 You can be a high school student and fully participate in the Corps of Cadets. Since you must be a full-time student to be a Cadet, you must take at least 12 credit hours of college courses while you are dual enrolled.


  • 17 or older before the start of Cadet basic training (FROG Week)
  • You must be in a public or private high school, including home school programs. Students in a non-accredited home school or high school program, must also meet Cadet Admissions Home School Requirements.
  • You must present a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or better in your Required High School Curriculum (RHSC) coursework.
  • You must present minimum SAT scores of 970 combined critical reading and math with minimum scores of 480 critical reading and 440 math, or ACT composite of 20 with minimum scores of 20 English and 18 math.
  • If you have taken the new, redesigned SAT, you must present at least a 26 on the reading section and a 480 on the math section. These scores will be converted to the old SAT equivalents to determine the combined Critical Reading + Math score required for admission under dual enrollment. You may view what your converted SAT scores would be by using SAT's Score Converter. The combined, converted Critical Reading and Math score must total 970 in addition to meeting individual score requirements. If you experience difficulty in determining your redesigned SAT equivalents, please contact our office. 
    • At this time, the University of North Georgia will not superscore current and redesigned SAT test scores due to variation in design and content.
  • You must take courses from the approved courses list. If you are an out-of-state student, you should consult with your high school counselor on courses you may take at UNG that will count toward your high school graduation.
  • You must enroll in a bachelor degree program on the Dahlonega campus.
  • Have a clear disciplinary, conduct and background record.
  • Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee acceptance.

Applying to UNG

Application Process
Apply for admission online using the GAFutures Application. All applicants will pay a non-refundable $30 application fee.

Ask your high school to send us your official high school transcript, either directly from the high school to us in a sealed envelope, or electronically through GA Futures.  If you took any college course, submit an official transcript from each institution you attended, even if you later withdrew. We must receive the transcripts in sealed envelopes directly from the institutions. You may not omit any institution you attended. If you're attending a non-accredited home-school program, you must either submit a High School Summary Form. Submit official SAT and or ACT scores through The College Board or ACT.

Note: SAT or ACT scores indicated on a non-accredited home-school transcript or portfolio will not be accepted as official.

If your SAT or ACT scores are not on your high school transcript, have your scores sent to UNG by The College Board or ACT. Note that SAT or ACT scores indicated on a non-accredited home-school transcript or portfolio will not be accepted as official.
All Cadet applicants are required to submit Proof of Lawful U.S. Presence. Out-of-State Cadets will be awarded the Cadet Grant upon acceptance which allows them to pay the in-state rate for tuition and fees. We cannot evaluate your application for admission until you have submitted a valid document for Lawful Presence Documentation.
(For Dual Enrollment program applicants only) Submit a completed Dual Enrollment program Student Participation Agreement Form.
Check your application status to ensure we have received all required documents to evaluate your application.

Send documents to:

University of North Georgia
Admissions Imaging Center
P.O. Box 1358
Gainesville, GA 30503

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