4.4.1. Joint Enrollment and Dual Enrollment

Joint enrolled and dual enrolled applicants are individuals who have attained junior standing or higher in secondary school, and who apply for enrollment in suitable college or university coursework before completing secondary school. Often, students use the credits earned during joint enrollment or dual enrollment to satisfy secondary-school graduation requirements. Joint enrolled and dual enrolled students are not eligible for financial assistance.

4.4.1.1. Deadlines

For all start sessions, joint enrollment and dual enrollment applications are considered on a rolling admission basis. Applications are reviewed in the order in which they are completed, provided that sufficient time remains for processing and enrollment.

4.4.1.2. Admission Consideration

Eligible candidates for joint enrollment or dual enrollment have the social maturity to benefit from a collegiate experience, possess a minimum cumulative grade-point average of “B” and have achieved a minimum SAT combined score (Critical Reading + Math) of 1140. Typically, students may take no more than five total courses during the period of joint enrollment or dual enrollment. Students wishing to exceed five total courses must obtain the approval of the provost.

4.4.1.3. Application Requirements

Joint enrolled and dual enrolled candidates should follow all application requirements for freshman or home schooled candidates, plus the following additional requirement: Personal interview with the vice president for enrollment and financial aid.

4.4.1.4. Enrollment Policies

Joint enrolled and dual enrolled students are eligible for course registration once degree-seeking Oglethorpe students have had an opportunity to register.

All entering students must fulfill the requirements of our immunization policy (see Sec. 6.5.). Instructions are available at http://health.oglethorpe.edu/immunizations/.