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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 and sign in to your account to complete the MOWR online application.

Move on When Ready Course Directory

Move On When Ready (MOWR) Form

MOWR Contact, Admissions and Deadline Info

University of West GA – Newnan Campus

April Wood        

                                    (678) 839-5104

Ryan Ledbetter


Application Deadlines        

Summer Semester – May 15

Fall Semester – June 1

Spring Semester – November 15

10th Graders:

• Student must be a High School Sophomore when enrollment begins

• 3.5 unweighted, academic high school GPA

• One of the following:

-- 1650 Combined Critical Reading and Math SAT score

    or 25 Composite ACT score

-- 650 SAT Critical Reading score or 26 ACT English score

-- 650 SAT Math score or 26 ACT Math score

-- 600 SAT Writing score or 26 ACT Writing score

11th and 12th Graders (No changes) 

• 3.0 unweighted, academic high school GPA

• The following test scores:

-- 970 Combined Critical Reading and Math SAT score or 20 Composite ACT score

-- 430 SAT Critical Reading score or 17 ACT English score

-- 410 SAT Math score or 17 ACT Math score

(Please keep in mind, these are the OLD SAT Scores, any scores on the

redesigned SAT will be converted back to the old scoring system.)                

West Georgia Technical College-Coweta Campus

Leigh Cunningham

                                                (770) 755-7825

Application Deadlines        

Summer Semester – April 1

Fall Semester – April 1

Spring Semester – November 1

9th-12th Graders:

  • Accuplacer, SAT, ACT, ASSET, or Compass-requirements at the link below

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.