The Accel Program
The Accel Program
- Minimum SAT score of 970 (Critical Reading + Math), or
- ACT Composite score of 21
- High school academic GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Exemption of Learning Support requirements
- Be a high school student seeking a diploma from an eligible Georgia high school
- Be enrolled at ABAC as a dual credit student taking approved college-level coursework
- Be a legal resident of Georgia
- Meet U.S. citizenship requirements
- Be registered with Selective Service, if required
- Be in compliance with the Georgia Drug-Free Postsecondary Education Act of 1990
- Not be in default or owe a refund on any student financial aid program
- Maintain satisfactory academic progress, as defined by ABAC
Accel Program Application Process
- Talk with your high school counselor to be sure you are eligible. If the counselor agrees, complete the “Student Section” of the Accel program application (www.gacollege411.org) and submit online.
- Submit the following to the ABAC Admissions Office: An application for admission to ABAC (including $20 non-refundable application fee). Click here for application.
- Indicate on the application that you are a joint enrollment student.
- An official high school transcriptAn official copy of SAT or ACT scores, if not on transcriptA student immunization form.
- A copy of birth certificate or current driver’s licenseCall 229-891-7235 to schedule an appointment with an ABAC Accel advisor.
Accel Program Funding
- Tuition and most fees are paid through HOPE Scholarship funds
- Courses must be on the approved Accel Course List to qualify for tuition payment
- College credit hours paid for through the Accel program will not be deducted from the overall HOPE scholarship allotment of 127 paid hours
- Accel funding is not available during the summer