Georgia’s Move on When Ready Program
Georgia’s Move on When Ready (MOWR) program allows high school students to earn high school and college credit simultaneously. Make sure every credit counts towards your college goals with the GATRACS Transfer Student Planner.
Using GATRACS to Plan Which MOWR Courses to Take
Do you already know which college you want to attend or degree you want to pursue? Use the GATRACS to plan your
MOWR course work and make every credit count.
Find out if…
- A MOWR course credit transfers to your college(s) of choice
- A MOWR course credit counts towards the degree you want to pursue
Learn more about the GATRACS Transfer Student Planner.
Learn More about MOWR
Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC)
GSFC MOWR information on the GAFutures website.
Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE)
MOWR information on the GaDOE website.
The New Move on When Ready Program
On April 30, 2015, Governor Deal signed Senate Bill 132, also known as the ‘Move on When Ready Act,’ into law with an effective date of July 1, 2015. This bill streamlines the existing dual enrollment programs (Accel, HOPE Grant for dual enrollment, and Move on When Ready) into one program with one funding source. We will update this site with new information as it becomes available. In the meantime, please download the PDF linked below for a set of basic guidelines about the new Move on When Ready Act.linked below for a set of basic guidelines about the new Move on When Ready Act. FAQ: The Move On When Ready Act (PDF)