Students who have completed the sophomore or junior year in high school may be eligible to enroll for ETSU courses while in high school. Please review the information here and you can start your application at any time.
- 3.2 or higher high school GPA on a 4.0 scale
- ACT minimum composite score of 19 with no subscore below 19 or equivalent SAT (PLAN scores may be used for juniors who have not completed the ACT or SAT)
- Permission of the high school principal or counselor as well as parents to enroll
Download your Dual Enrollment application packet or contact your high school counselor.
Courses completed as a dual enrollment student will appear on both the high school and ETSU transcripts. Continuation in the dual enrollment program includes specific academic requirements.
Dual Enrollment Grant Program (Tennessee Lottery)
Dual Enrollment students may qualify for up to $1200 per academic year ($600 per semester). Students must maintain a 2.75 cumulative college GPA to continue receiving the Dual Enrollment Grant.
ETSU Dual Enrollment Scholarship Program
Dual Enrollment students who present a 3.4 or higher high school GPA, may qualify for a Dual Enrollment Scholarship through ETSU. The Dual Enrollment Scholarship is awarded only in combination with the Dual Enrollment Grant.
Paying for Classes
Students admitted as dual enrollment students may be eligible for the Dual Enrollment Grant. In addition, students may qualify for an ETSU Dual Enrollment Scholarship. Consult your high school counselor or the ETSU Undergraduate Office of Admissions for additional information. You may also find helpful information in the documents below:
Dual Enrollment Students may register for no more than 7 semester hours of credit in a given semester. The Dual Enrollment Grant and Scholarship is applicable only to the first three to four hour course. Additional fees are required for courses in specific programs. A dual enrollment student's eligibility to enroll for courses is determined by Admissions personnel in consultation with the student, parents, high school officials, and ETSU departmental representatives.