Athens Technical College offers opportunities for high school students to take college courses while in high school through the Dual Enrollment program. Courses can be taken on-campus, online, or at some high school locations. For eligible students, ATC courses can be taken free of charge covering tuition, mandatory fees, and textbooks.
The Office of Dual Enrollment is here to assist you in navigating this opportunity to get a head start on your college career. If you have any questions, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any student in grades 10th through 12th under the age of 22 with a minimum of 2.0 unweighted GPA is eligible to apply.
Funding Availability: 15 credit hours allowed per semester and a maximum of 30 credit hours paid by dual enrollment
Meet federal Selective Service registration requirements, per Georgia state law. The requirement to register applies to males who were born on or after January 1, 1960, are at least 18, are citizens or eligible non-citizens who came to the United States prior to age 26.
Students must self-pay for all tuition and fees not covered by dual enrollment funding
Tracie McGhee, High School Coordinator,email@example.com,706-425-3060 Serving Elbert, Morgan, Oconee, Oglethorpe, Taliaferro, Washington Wilkes, and Home Schools
Tracie McGhee earned a Bachelor's in Business Administration in Marketing from the University of Georgia and has served as the college's High School Coordinator since 2008. Tracie has worked with the technical education system since 1999 working in Economic Development, Admissions, Advisement, Testing, and Dual Enrollment.
Michele Petee, Career Academy Coordinator,firstname.lastname@example.org,706-355-5045 Serving Clarke, Greene, Hart, Madison, Social Circle & Walton
Michele Petee earned a Bachelor of Science from California State University, at Sacramento and has served as the college’s Career Academy Coordinator since 2017. She has been employed at Athens Technical College since July of 2007 working in the WIOA, Financial Aid, and Dual Enrollment.