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Q: How do I create my account?

A: To create an account on Click "Create an Account," at the top of the home page. Create a Username and Password (you will use this to access your account, submit applications check your HOPE GPA record, etc.) Be sure at the bottom of the screen to read and accept the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy then click on Create Your Account.

Q: Where can I find my HOPE GPA?

A: To check your High School HOPE Grade Point Average (GPA) from high school: Sign in to your GAfutures account. Be sure your Profile has your correct high school, SSN, date of birth and zip code. Click: My GAfutures Tab, then select User Info & Messages. Next, click on My High School HOPE GPA.

Q: Why am I getting "Invalid data" message when applying for Dual Enrollment?

A: Your profile information in your GAfutures account is either incomplete or does not match existing data on file. Sign in to your GAfutures account and check your Profile information to make sure your date of birth, SSN, and ZIP code are correct and your high school is listed on your Profile. Then try completing the Dual Enrollment funding application again.

Q: I’m having problems with my admissions application (fee, credit card) What should I do?

A: Please contact XAP Corporation (pronounced ZAP) for assistance. Please provide your full name and/or username, brief details about the error or problem encountered, and the website address (URL) of the page you were working on. You can E-mail: or call U.S. toll-free hotline: 1-800-GO-TO-XAP (1-800-468-6927).

Q: How do I order Marketing Materials? 

A: In the agency’s effort to continue taking the necessary health and safety precautions as a result of COVID-19, requests to receive 2019-2020 printed marketing materials are not being fulfilled at this time. However, digital versions of these pieces may be downloaded and shared electronically by visiting our marketing materials page

2020-2021 materials will be available electronically in July 2020.

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