Save time. Graduate sooner. Students can drastically reduce the amount of time between high school and technical college graduation.
Southeastern Technical College offers several different courses and options for current and graduating high school students. Find out which “College Credit Now” option is right for you below.
The Dual Enrollment (DE) programs allow high school students to take academic degree level core courses that will transfer to any TCSG or USG college or university, occupational courses, and diploma level core courses. Some students may choose to enroll fully into a degree, diploma or technical certificate of credit program, or they may choose to just take a few courses. All college coursework taken through DE will be fully covered through DE funding, and students will not be required to pay out of pocket for tuition, college fees, or textbooks for the first 30 semester hours. The only fees students may be responsible for are course-specific fees determined by the college. Participating in the DE program is a great incentive for high school students to get ahead on their college coursework!
Southeastern Technical College offers a schedule of college degree-level courses designed for Dual Enrollment eligible students to be able to get a head start on their college careers while in high school. Instead of taking your first college English course in a class of 300, take it in a smaller setting with a class no larger than 25 students—and with an instructor that knows your name!
Click here to see the list of degree-level DE courses that are guaranteed to transfer to any University System of Georgia college or university as long as the student earns a grade of “C” or better.
The Diploma and Certificate Level Track DE program allows students to participate in any diploma or certificate program offered at STC! Students can take classes at STC, their high school, or online! Popular DE programs include Air Conditioning, CompTIA A+ Certified Preparation (completed online), Early Childhood, Nurse Aide, Welding, and Wildlife Management.
To promote and increase access to postsecondary educational opportunities for Georgia high school students while increasing high school graduation rates, preparing a skilled workforce, and decreasing the time and cost to postsecondary credential completion.
A student must be enrolled in and attending a participating eligible public or private high school in Georgia, or an eligible participating home study program in Georgia.
All postsecondary coursework must be completed prior to high school graduation or home study completion in order to receive Dual Enrollment credit and funding.
To view acceptable test score requirements for the program, please click here. If you have not taken the placement exam, please contact the High School Coordinator to schedule a time to test. There are NO residency or citizenship requirements.
Interested students must first meet with their high school guidance counselor and submit a completed Dual Enrollment Admissions Application.
Additionally, students must also complete a Dual Enrollment Funding Application through GA Futures. Instructions and more information on the Dual Enrollment Process can be found here.
Options for students who reach the Dual Enrollment Funding Cap:
Students may self-pay for tuition, fees, and books if:
The College may charge a Dual Enrollment student a fine for lost or damaged books loaned to the student.
High school students enrolled in a high school not participating in the Dual Enrollment Program or taking courses not approved for Dual Enrollment funding, may enroll in postsecondary courses while continuing to pursue a high school diploma. Under the Joint Enrollment Program, the postsecondary coursework credit is not accepted as credit towards the student’s high school graduation requirements. Joint Enrolled students may qualify for the HOPE Grant Program or may choose to self-pay for tuition, fees, and books.
This program is available to Georgia’s public high school students who complete certain 9th and 10th grade-level classes, all related end-of-course Milestone assessments, and complete requirements related to postsecondary coursework.
We’re making it easier for you to get to your ultimate educational destination, should you choose to pursue another degree or credential after graduating from Southeastern Technical College. Articulation Agreements between the Board of Regents and the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) have enhanced how TCSG students are able to pursue baccalaureate degree opportunities at University System of Georgia (USG) institutions. Twenty-seven general education courses are now transferable to USG institutions from TCSG institutions accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges for credit in the core curriculum, the basic courses all students must take to earn a degree.
Southeastern Technical College offers more than 20 of these 27 courses! Click here to view the courses that are guaranteed to transfer to any University System of Georgia college or university as long as the student earns a grade of “C” or better.