University of North Georgia offering dual-enrollment summer program for high school students

The University of North Georgia is offering a residential summer dual-enrollment program for high school students interested in language or science and math.

The program runs June 22 through July 31, and is open to Georgia high school students who will be juniors or seniors in fall 2014, including home schooled students. The program will provide students at least seven college credits.

The STEM portion of the program is limited to 24 students; the language institute is limited to 54 students. Applicants must have a minimum 3.25 grade point average and a minimum 970 SAT score. Program tuition is funded through the state’s Accel program. JROTC students may also qualify for additional scholarship funds.

Application, information: http://ung.edu/undergraduate-admissions/summer-accel

By Janel Davis
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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