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Move On When Ready

Move On When Ready is Georgia’s dual enrollment program that allows high school students (9th – 12th grade) to earn college credit while working on their high school diploma. Move On When Ready replaces Accel, HOPE Grant for dual enrollment and the previous Move On When Ready program. The Move On When Ready program now covers tuition, mandatory fees and required textbooks.

MOWR Parent Flyer

Parents and Students FAQ 

Guidance Checklist for MOWR Students 

Advisement Steps for MOWR Students

Directions for completing the MOWR Online Application -Go to www.gafutures.org and sign in to your account to complete the MOWR online application.

Move on When Ready Course Directory

Move On When Ready (MOWR) Form

Dual Enrollment Admissions Contact Info and Deadlines

Clayton State – Fayette
Leslie Moore                           
lesliemoore@clayton.edu                    678-466-5011                                           

Application Deadlines             Summer Semester – April 15            Fall Semester – July 15               Spring Semester – November 15

 

University of West GA – Newnan

April Wood                              awood@westga.edu                           678- 839-5104

Ryan Ledbetter                         rledbett@westga.edu                         678-839-2355

Application Deadlines              Summer Semester – May 15               Fall Semester – June 1             Spring Semester – November 15

 

West Georgia Technical College(WGTC) – Coweta Campus

Leigh Cunningham                  leigh.cunningham@westgatech.edu     770- 755-7825

Application Deadlines              Summer Semester – April 1                Fall Semester – April 1           Spring Semester – November 1

 

Other colleges are available for MOWR opportunities.  We have included the information for those most convenient to our location.  MOWR allows students to earn college credit while in high school.  This allows participants to save time and money as well as ease into their college transition with heightened support mechanisms.