Atlanta Public Schools – Booker T. Washington High School Early College Program

Congratulations on your acceptance to Clark Atlanta University Early College. The School of Education and Transfer Student Services would like to thank you for selecting Clark Atlanta University to begin your journey to exploring higher education. As you transition into your role as a dual enrollment student here at CAU, the team is excited about working with you throughout your academic experience. We are also committed to supporting you and assisting you to take advantage of resources available to you on campus.

The team is devoted exclusively to helping the early college students make a smooth transition to the University. The program is designed with your needs in mind for success. Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Carlethia Townsend, liaison Early College Program for School of Education at 404-880-8505; visit Clement Hall or email We will be happy to assist you.

Again, welcome to Clark Atlanta University!
The CAU Early College Team

Early College Outline

What will Early College Provide?

  • Tuition for fall and spring semesters for 6 credit hours only
  • Books for courses assigned to students
  • Lunch in Crogman Dining Hall -main student dining facility- (campus restaurants will be an additional charge)
  • CAU Early College Student ID

Early College Students are expected to:

  • Attend classes on Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00AM to 1:30PM
  • Check in and out at Clement Hall 120
  • Be punctual and attentive
  • Follow the CAU Student Code of Conduct (on

Program Benefits:

  • Early College Resource Center
    • College Preparation
    • Career Exploration
    • Student Development
  • Students Mentorship Program
  • Student Peer Sessions
  • Campus Involvement
    •  Athletic Events
    • Campus Student Activities
    • Use of Campus Facilities (Student Center)

Early College Joint Meetings

Mid-Semester Roundtable (Nov/March)

End of Year Celebration (May)