Registration is now open for fall dual enrollment classes at Tusculum College.
High school students with a 3.0 grade point average or a 21 on the ACT are eligible to take dual enrollment courses. The courses are offered online. Through the dual enrollment program, high school students have the opportunity to earn both high school and college credit. Courses are available in a wide variety of academic areas.
The Tusculum dual enrollment program has been available to high school students since 2013. It started with just a few students but has grown to more than 100 students taking multiple courses. The program is completely online and fits any schedule and can be done with zero out-of-pocket tuition expenses, as it qualifies for the Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant program.
All credits earned may be used at Tusculum and will transfer to other Colleges and universities.
Classes will be offered in two blocks, with Block 1 courses running August 14 through October 6. Block 1 course registration deadline is August 10. Block 2 courses will begin on October 9. Registration for Block 2 will close on October 2.
Course available include “Computer as a Tool,” “Composition and Rhetoric I and II,” “World Literature,” U.S. Survey I and II,” “Elementary Statistics,” “Quantitative Applications,” “Essentials of Psychology,” and “Principles of Social Institutions.”
For more information please contact Melissa Ripley at firstname.lastname@example.org or
423.636.7374. More information may also be found at https://web.tusculum.edu/dualenrollment/.