Georgia Student Finance Commission


Award Amounts for Dual Enrollment

Scholarships and Grants

Award Amounts for Dual Enrollment

Important notice: Additional requirements may be implemented for the program year 2020-2021, effective Summer Term 2020. Updates forthcoming.

Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Award Amounts to be determined in May 2020.

Please review the Dual Enrollment Award Amounts to determine your award amount and contact your college’s financial aid office for details.

The specific Dual Enrollment award amount will vary based on the postsecondary institution and the number of credit hours in which a student is enrolled in approved Dual Enrollment courses.

The approved award rates to be paid for Tuition, Mandatory Fees and Book costs are annually published and subject to change each year.

The award is available for the per term maximum of 15 semester or 12 quarter hours and a maximum of three semesters or four quarters per award year depending upon the student’s eligibility.

Postsecondary institutions must waive all mandatory and non-course related fees and cannot charge eligible high school students participating in the Dual Enrollment program additional tuition, mandatory fees or book costs for courses approved for Dual Enrollment funding. 

Institutions must provide required textbooks at no cost to participating students for courses approved for Dual Enrollment funding.   If the course textbook and/or course homework delivery method is provided online or online materials are used in lieu of a physical textbook, the institution must provide the access code at no cost to the student for courses approved for Dual Enrollment funding.

The postsecondary institution may charge a Dual Enrollment recipient a fine for a lost or damaged book which was loaned to the student, up to $75 or the cost of the book minus the book allowance, whichever is less.

If the high school chose to enroll in courses not covered by Dual Enrollment funding, the postsecondary institution may change the student for tuition, books and fees as other students are charged.