KSU Dual Enrollment Program Overview
The Dual Enrollment Program (DEP) at Kennesaw State University provides an outstanding opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to get a head start on college. DEP students take college classes in lieu of high school classes. Students earn college and high school credits simultaneously, and may participate in student activities at both KSU and their high schools. Students may take KSU courses in English, mathematics, social sciences, science and foreign languages. DEP students make the transition to university life in a familiar, supportive environment. They attend DEP advising sessions to assist in selection of courses, and may select regular or honors classes. DEP students attend a special summer orientation session and register for classes before most other students. Housing on campus is available for students who desire it. DEP courses transfer easily to most public colleges and universities and many private college.
Dual Enrollment Information Session
The Dual Enrollment Information Session is designed to give you an inside look into the Dual Enrollment program at Kennesaw State University. You will receive information about admissions requirements, class offerings, funding options and the overarching benefits to this unique opportunity to join Owl Nation early! You can register for these upcoming dates:
The Dual Enrollment Application for Fall 2019 is open for current sophomores and juniors. (Class of 2020 and 2021)
All required documents, transcripts (high school and/or college) or home educated portfolio, and test scores must be submitted by the following deadlines for admissions consideration. No exceptions to our admissions standards or deadline dates will be considered. Please allow ample time for receipt and processing of all documents and test scores. Processing time of applicants varies based on the number of applicants and the time of year.
Priority Deadline: January 18, 2019
Completing an application for admission by the priority deadline guarantees priority registration for college classes. Priority registration is a great benefit to students that wish to tailor their class schedules with high school or extracurricular activities.
Final Deadline: March 15, 2019
Please note the last test we will accept for our March deadline is the February ACT.
To Contact KSU Dual Enrollment Email: