New Dual Enrollment program offers opportunity for high school students to earn college credit

Posted on 16 May 2013 by

High school students have the opportunity to earn both high school and college credit through a new dual enrollment program at Tusculum College.

Through the new program, high school students can take a variety of courses. Offerings of courses will begin this summer with more courses slated for the fall and spring.

Students are eligible to participate in the dual enrollment program beginning the summer before their junior year in high school. Individuals must have a 3.0 grade point average or a 21 on the ACT.

The courses will be offered online, a convenience for students in not having to drive to campus during the school day.

Offerings will include composition, college algebra, U.S. history, psychology, sociology, art history, probability and statistics and world literature.

Financial assistance may be available for students through the lottery scholarships. Students should visit their high school guidance counselors for more information about assistance.

For more information about the new program or to apply, please visit the Dual Enrollment page on the website. Individuals may also call 423-636-7374  or email to learn more about the program.

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