Darton State College Admissions - Move on When Ready (MOWR)
Move on When Ready (MOWR)
- The Move on When Ready Act” permits 11th and 12th grade students to leave their assigned high schools and attend postsecondary institutions full-time to earn course credit that will apply towards high school graduation and college.
- The “Move on When Ready Act” is intended as another option (not a replacement) for 11th and 12th graders, in addition to other dual enrollment programs.
- The Move on When Ready program is only available to students who are legal residents of Georgia, entering the 11th or 12th grade and who spent the prior year (2 consecutive semesters) in attendance at a Georgia public high school.
To qualify for the Move on When Ready Program, you must:
- Earn a minimum of 550 Critical Reading and 550 math on the SAT or 24 English and 23 math on the ACT
- Earn a minimum 3.4 high school GPA in academic courses only
- Be on track for college preparatory diploma and on track to complete high school graduation requirements
- Gain approval from your high school guidance counselor and parents
MOWR Application Process
- Talk with your high school counselor to be sure you are eligible. If your counselor agrees, submit a copy of the Permission to Participate form, signed by the high school guidance counselor, parent(s), and student and the MOWR Participation Guidance Checklist.
- Submit an admissions application along with the $20 application fee to the Office of Admissions. The application is also available at www.darton.edu.
- An official high school transcript (be on course for college preparatory diploma and on track to complete high school graduation requirements)
- An official copy of SAT or ACT scores, if not on transcript
- A student immunization form
All documents must be received by the application deadline.
- Fall – July 15
- Spring – Students will only be accepted once a year in the fall semester
For more information on the MOWR Program, please contact Susan Bowen, Director of Admissions, at (229) 317-6747 or Elizabeth Perkins, MOWR Program Advisor, at (229) 317-6733.