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Dual Enrollment Honors Program

The Dual Enrollment Honors Program (DEHP) at Kennesaw State University provides an opportunity for academically-accelerated high school juniors and seniors to take college courses in lieu of remaining high school requirements and electives. Students earn dual credit, fulfilling both high school and college requirements at the same time. Dual Enrollment students may choose as few or as many college courses as they wish, up to five classes per semester. Full-time Dual Enrollment students take all of their coursework at Kennesaw State, and may complete their entire freshman year before graduating from high school.  The application and document deadline for entering the Dual Enrollment Honors Program for Fall 2014 is January 15, 2014.

As Owl Country continues to grow, we plan to keep working to provide you with the academic excellence and top quality programming you have come to expect from Kennesaw State University. We look forward to welcoming you to campus next fall. Please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions if we can be of further assistance.  The Interim Dual Enrollment contact in Admissions is Sam Mahra, who can be reached at DEHPAdmissions@kennesaw.edu or 770.423.6500.

Dr. Katherine Kinnick
Director of Pre-College Programs


Sam Mahra, Interim Dual Enrollment Honors Program Specialist

During the admissions process, the interim contact for questions about a student's admission to the Dual Enrollment Honors Program is Mr. Sam Mahra in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. He may be reached at DEHPAdmissions@kennesaw.edu or at 770.423.6500.


Katherine Kinnick, Ph.D., APR,

Director of Pre-College Programs

Once students are admitted to DEHP, their primary contact person is Dr. Katherine Kinnick, Director of Pre-College Programs. Questions related to DEHP advising and orientation sessions, course selection, registration and ACCEL funding may be directed to kkinnick@kennesaw.edu; phone: 770.423.6116. The Dual Enrollment Honors Program offices are located on the second floor of Willingham Hall, Suite 230.