Dual Enrollment Admissions

Costs & Financial Aid

Payment and Refund Policies

Tuition
All tuition payments are payable at time of registration. (Non-DE student registering for these courses pay non-degree rates.) Tuition must be paid in full by the deadline which is two weeks prior to class start. If you have completed the dual enrollment grant, we will accept a copy of the completed application as payment, but you must pay any balance due by the deadline date.

Billing
Since tuition is required to be paid in full two weeks prior to the course, you may not receive a billing statement from the Business Office before making payment. Bills will be paid on MyBryan.

Overpayments
Should you overpay your account for any reason, the Business Office will refund the overpayment. The Business Office number is 423.775.7214.

Course Refunds

  • A 100% tuition refund, minus a $50 administrative fee, is granted for courses dropped within the first week.
  • A 50% tuition refund,  minus a $50 administrative fee, is granted for courses dropped within the second week.
  • No refunds are granted for courses dropped after the second week of class.
  • A  week is defined as beginning on Monday and ending on Friday.
Effective with the Fall 2016 Semester the following tuition rates are in effect.
  Tennessee Juniors and Seniors Out of State Juniors and Seniors
Cost per Credit Hour $166 $166
TN Grant

1st Course

Up to $500* -0-
TN Grant

2nd Course

Up to $500*  
TN Grant

3rd Course

Up to $200*  
TN Grant

4th Course

-0-*  
TN Grant

5th, 6th courses, etc.

$300/course**  
Scholarship $200/course

Applicable for 3 or 4 semester credit hour courses, after 3rd course and TN Dual Enrollment Grant has been applied in full.

$200/course

Applicable for 3 or 4 semester credit hour courses.

Out of Pocket, 3-credit course***

1st course

-0-* $298/course
Out of Pocket, 3-credit course***

2nd course

-0-* $298/course
Out of Pocket, 3-credit course***

3rd course

$298* $298/course
Out of Pocket, 3-credit course***

4th course

$298* $298/course
Out of Pocket, 3-credit course***

5th, 6th courses, etc. **

$164 $298/course
Out of Pocket, 4-credit course***

1st course

$164* $464/course
Out of Pocket, 4-credit course***

2nd course

$164* $464/course
Out of Pocket, 4-credit course***

4th course

$464* $464/course
Out of Pocket, 4-credit course***

5th, 6th courses, etc.

$164** $464/course

*Based upon TSAC 2015-2016 Academic Year Grant award amounts.

**The $300/course funds will be taken from the Hope Scholarship and therefore will reduce the amount of the Hope Scholarship. Applicable for 3 or 4 semester credit hour courses

***After TN Dual Enrollment Grant has been applied in full.

Other Costs

Textbooks

  • Textbook costs and purchases are the sole responsibility of the student.
  • Book costs vary, depending on the course. Used books may be purchased at student’s discretion but must match provided ISBN numbers.

Fees

  • Course “drop” fee is $50 administrative fee per course, charged to students who drop a course after the course begins. See Payment and Refund Policies for more information.
  • Application fee is $15 and non-refundable.
  • Students who do not notify the college or their professor(s) as outlined in the Policies section, and who do not log into or attend their course(s) during the first week are assessed an fee of $100 for the administrative course “drop.”
Dual Enrollment Grant

Applicants must be a Tennessee resident taking online courses as a dual enrolled junior or senior high school student. Please note these guidelines:

  • The Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant may be used once per semester (twice per year) without any penalty towards the HOPE Scholarship.
  • However, if you use the grant twice in one semester, doing so may reduce your HOPE Scholarship upon enrollment in a Tennessee postsecondary institution.*
  • If you have used the Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant and drop a course after the fifth week of the session, you will lose eligibility if your GPA falls below 2.75 for this attempt.

* You may take two courses per semester for a total of four (4) Dual Enrollment Grants per year. Students who receive financial assistance for more than four (4) Dual Enrollment Grant courses will have these funds reduced from their HOPE Scholarship on a dollar-per-dollar basis in the first semester of enrollment at an eligible postsecondary institution.

Eligibility Requirements

  • High school junior or senior
  • High school GPA of at least a 3.0
  • Lived in Tennessee at least one year
  • Homeschool students under an umbrella school, the school must be based in Tennessee

If requesting two allotments of the dual enrollment grant, contact Beth Hixson for further requirements.

Grant Application Process

  1. The grant must be filled out online and Bryan College must be listed as the place you plan to dual enroll. You can access the grant application online.
  2. Request your high school send an official transcript to the Dual Enrollment office.
    Bryan College #7657
    721 Bryan Drive
    Dayton, TN 37321
  3. Any student planning to take a Dual Enrollment course at two different institutions and wants to receive the grant for both courses must also submit a completed Consortium Agreement.
FERPA
  • The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act is a federal law that applies to all students.
  • A student’s application, registration, transcript, grades, or course withdrawal information is not released to a 3rd party without written consent of the student.
  • Students who agree to authorize our sharing this information must complete a FERPA “consent to release” form available by contacting the Dual Enrollment office, located in Mercer Hall, room 133.