The high school based dual enrollment program offers general education college courses
at several area high schools. Course fees are substantially reduced for the high school
based program through an institutional grant from the U of M and the Tennessee Lottery
Dual Enrollment grant. Students may apply for the Tennessee Lottery dual enrollment
grant at the web address below:
http://www.tn.gov/CollegePays/mon_college/dual_enroll_grant_rules.htm. The grant must be applied for each semester by the stated deadlines.
Admission Requirements to the High School Based Dual Enrollment Program
Admission requirements for the special high school based program are as follows:
- 19 composite score on the ACT
- 18 English sub-score for students taking English Composition (ENGL 1010)
- 19 math sub-score for students taking college math (MATH 1710)
- 100 admissions index score: 30 times the high school GPA (based on a 4.0 scale) plus
the composite ACT score
Example: High School GPA of a 2.85 X 30 = 85.5 + 19 = 104.5
- Application fee is waived for these students.
- Students who live with legal guardians other than parent(s) must supply court documentation
reflecting this status for residency determination.
- Students who are on visas are considered non residents for fee paying purposes.
- Students who are permanent residents must supply a copy of their PR documentation.
- Students must sign the admission application.
Dual Enrollment Grant Application
- Students must apply for the Dual Enrollment Grant online at http://tennessee.gov/collegepays/mon_college/dual_enroll_grant_rules.htm before the stated deadline. There are no exceptions.
- Students must select the University of Memphis as the school to receive their grant
funds in order to have the grant apply toward the fees for the dual enrollment course
they are taking at the University of Memphis.
- Students must apply for the correct term. They will need to apply each term they plan
to enroll in the Dual Enrollment Program.
- NEW - Students who have previously used the Dual Enrollment Grant at other institutions
must have an official copy of their transcript/s sent to the Office of Admissions
in order to verify their continued eligibility.