What is Dual Enrollment?
- Must be a junior or senior and at least 16 years old
- Must have a 3.0 minimum grade point average
- Some courses have additional requirements (prerequisites)
- Tennessee residents may apply for the Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant. This is the only applicable financial aid for dual enrolled students.
1. Dual Enrollment Online
- Review the course offerings (Fall, Spring, and Summer Terms).
- Meet the computer and Internet access requirements.
- Apply to become a dual enrollment student.
- Register for classes (after receiving acceptance notification).
2. Dual Enrollment Onsite
- Local students may take classes at Bryan’s main campus in Dayton, TN.
- These individuals may enroll for a maximum of one regularly scheduled course in which there is space available at the special rate of $100 per credit hour.
- Check out the course offerings for the semester you're interested in registering.
- Complete and submit online application.
3. Partner Site (participating schools only)
- High school students may take college-level courses at their high school through a partnership with Bryan College.
- Students - Contact your high school guidance office for course availability and application.
- Schools – Email Janine McCurdy to discuss becoming a partner site.
- Classes are taught during the school day at the participating high school by teachers who are approved Bryan College adjunct professors.
- Students will earn college credit for these courses.
- Bryan College has state approval for partner sites in Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia.
4. Classical Conversations Plus
- These online classes are designed specifically for Classical Conversations students.
- Contact your site director for more information and course availability, or e-mail Charlene Fonseca in the Bryan College Admissions Office.
- Complete and submit application.