Dual Enrollment is a great way to get a head start on your college career. Our flexible class schedule allows you to take Reinhardt classes while you finish high school.
Dual enrollment students are allowed to enroll for a maximum of four (4) semesters.
Admission decisions are not based on religion, race, creed, color, gender, marital status, or national origin. Admission to Reinhardt University does not guarantee admission to a specific program, such as teacher education or music. See individual degree programs for admission requirements.
The Move on When Ready (MOWR) program provides for students who are dually enrolled at a participating eligible public or private high school, or home study program in Georgia, and a participating eligible postsecondary institution in Georgia. These students take postsecondary coursework for credit towards both high school graduation or home study completion and postsecondary requirements. Beginning with fall term 2015 (FY 2016), the program is offered during all terms of the school year: fall, spring, and summer semester.
Why should I apply for the MOWR program?
The MOWR program is a state-funded program which offers dual enrollment students the opportunity to enroll in approved courses at a participating college or university for NO CHARGE. This means that your tuition, mandatory fees, and books will be paid for by the state if you are enrolled in pre-approved MOWR courses (view the Reinhardt University MOWR-approved course directory).
Where can I find more detailed information on the Move on When Ready Program?
1. Visit www.GACollege411.org
2. Click on the green Financial Aid Planning tab
3. Click on Scholarships link at the top of the page
4. At the bottom of the page, under the section labeled, Grants, click Move On When Ready Program
To be eligible for the MOWR program, a student must:
Students, who meet all eligibility requirements, will receive a student-specific award amount to be applied toward tuition, mandatory fees and a book allowance. Aid is paid to the postsecondary institution. Award amounts may be found on the MOWR award chart.
Upon choosing an eligible Georgia postsecondary institution, the student will select postsecondary courses from the MOWR course list found in the MOWR Course Directory.
Impact on HOPE and Zell Miller Scholarship Eligibility
Dual credit enrollment hours taken at a postsecondary institution, under which MOWR payments have been made, are not counted as attempted-hours, nor included in the combined paid-hours limit.
Dual credit enrollment hours of the Accel program, paid prior to Spring term 2011 will be included in both the 127 semester/190 quarter hours limit and combined paid-hours limit. This includes payments from the HOPE Scholarship, HOPE Grant, Zell Miller Scholarship, and Accel programs.
High Schools and Home Study Programs Participation
In order to qualify as a MOWR participant, all private and public high school counselors must execute a MOWR High School/Home Study Program Participation Agreement.
Students attending a home study program must complete the MOWR paper application.
Students attending an eligible public or private high school or participating in the GAMES Academy or the Advanced Academy of Georgia must complete the MOWR online application. The online application can be accessed by creating and signing in to your www.GACollege411.org account.
The application consists of three parts:
1. Student & Parent/Guardian
2. High School/Home Study
3. Postsecondary Institution
Submit all Participation Agreements to GSFC by one of the following methods:
Mail: Student Aid Services
2082 East Exchange Place
Tucker, GA 30084
Student applications and award invoices cannot be processed until the high school, home study program and postsecondary institutions Participation Agreements are received for the academic year.
For more information regarding MOWR, refer to the MOWR Program regulations.