2021-2022 Joint Enrollment Application


     
    Agnes Scott College Joint Enrollment Program
    Application for Admission
     
    Agnes Scott's joint-enrollment is co-ed. Any high school senior is welcome to apply. High school seniors enrolled in the program can earn college credit by taking classes at Agnes Scott. All first-year courses without a prerequisite are open to joint-enrollment students on a space-available basis. *Please note: Agnes Scott does not participate in Georgia's Dual Enrollment Program, formerly known as Move on When Ready (MOWR) or ACCEL. 
    Academic Credits:

    You will be graded in the same scales as our regular students. Agnes Scott will issue transcripts to your high school from credit and to colleges and universities for credit evaluation. In addition, all courses completed satisfactorily can be credited toward a degree at Agnes Scott.

    Tuition & Fees:

    Joint-enrollment students pay only 50% of undergraduate tuition. These are the tuition rates for joint enrollment students for the 2020-2021 academic year:
    • 1-11 credit hours = $915.00/hour
    • 12-16 credit hours = $10,980/semester
    • A $330 student activity fee is required for students taking six or more hours in a semester.
    As an example, a joint enrollment student taking a standard four-hour course will pay $3,660.

    Application Checklist:
    1. Application for Admission
    2. $35 Application Fee
    3. Teacher or Counselor Recommendation
    4. SAT or ACT Scores or an Evaluative Interview with your Admission Counselor (see additional information below on how to submit test scores or schedule an evaluative interview)

    Additional Information
    • College Financial Aid is not available to joint-enrollment students.
    • Applications should be submitted to the Office of Admission as early as possible, but no later than July 10 for Fall admission and December 10 for Spring admission.
    • Agnes Scott College accepts self-reported SAT and ACT test scores from students and/or a student's college counselor. Self-reported test scores may be shared with the college by way of transcripts, a PDF by email and/or through the applicant portal. To schedule an evaluative interview, please email Faith Rashidi-Yazd, Admission Counselor, at frashidiyazd@agnesscott.edu

      
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