You can select from a number of different programs. However, Dual Enrollment students can only take courses within their program of study. Please review the program of study options prior to completing your application.
All students are protected by FERPA (Family Education Rights and Privacy Act), regardless of the age of the student. Once a student begins classes, Gwinnett Technical College is only able to speak with the student regarding admissions, schedules, grades, etc. unless there is a FERPA release form on file with the college.
Even with a FERPA release form on file, only the student can make changes to their account. This includes adding, dropping, swapping, or withdrawing from courses, updating student information, or changing majors, or requesting transcripts. The student must be the one to request any changes are made to the student account, whether it be through email or in person.
8. What does Dual Enrollment funding cover?
For 10 graders, Dual Enrollment funding covers tuition, mandatory institutional fees and textbooks for approved CTAE Technical courses
For 11 and 12 graders, Dual Enrollment funding covers tuition, mandatory institutional fees and textbooks for approved CTAE Technical courses and approved Core General Education courses
10. How can I continue with dual enrollment after my credit hours of dual enrollment funding have been exhausted?
Students can self-pay (tuition, fees, books)
Students in a HOPE Career Grant program of study can complete the DE Lawful Presence (DELP) Verification form to determine if they meet the eligibility requirements to receive HOPE grant and HOPE Career Grant funds to be applied towards tuition. Email DualEnrollment@GwinnettTech.edu to request the form.