Complete the form below to indicate your interest in dual enrollment
Clink on: Course Change Request Form for 2019-2020
Note: Please make sure to enter your email address and
click "yes" on the dual enrollment question before submitting the form.
Information sessions about dual enrollment at Augusta University will be held on the following dates: February 6, February 27, March 14, and April 3. Click on the following link to register for the session for that date:
General information about dual enrollment at Augusta University (as well as links to register for the information sessions) can be found at: Dual Enrollment at Augusta University
DFA students who are interested in dual enrollment need to complete the DFA Course Request Form and indicate interest in dual enrollment.
https://ecore.usg.edu/ -This website explains about eCore courses.
https://ecore.usg.edu/courses/course-descriptions/ -This link goes to all of the courses that are available through eCore.
westga.edu/dualenroll - This website walks you through the process of applying to UWG (the university who handles eCore for DFA) for eCore courses.
Transferring Grades and Credits from Accredited and Non-Accredited Schools
Credit: Accredited Schools, Home Study Programs, and Non-Traditional Educational Centers:
(a) Carnegie unit credit received from the schools accredited by a designated regional or state accrediting agency will be accepted as established by Georgia Board of Education Rules and Richmond County School System.
(b) Grades of students transferring from schools accredited by a designated regional or state accreditation agency will be recorded as numerical grades.
(c) For students transferring to a Richmond County School from an accredited school as defined previously the following procedures will be followed:
1. Student grades will be subject to the following conversion scale if the transferring school has not assigned a numerical average.
A+= 99 B+ = 89 C+ = 79 D+ = 74 F = 65
A = 95 B = 85 C = 77 D = 72
A- = 90 B- = 80 C- = 75 D- = 70
Credit Conversion Information
One to two semester hour credits = .5 high school unit credit
Three to five semester hour credits = 1 high school unit credit
One to three quarter hour credits = .5 high school unit credit
Four to eight quarter hour credits = 1 high school unit credit