What is Dual Enrollment?

Dual enrollment is a program that allows high school students to simultaneously earn college credit that will also count as high school credit.  Dual enrollment courses are college courses offered either online or in a classroom setting.  Students should understand, depending on your current situation, that the amount of work necessary to succeed in dual enrollment courses is usually much greater than in high school courses.    
       

 Eligibility Requirements 

  • 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.

Four Ways to Earn Dual Enrollment Credit

1.  Dual Enrollment Online

  1. Review the course offerings (Fall, Spring, and Summer Terms).
  2. Meet the computer and Internet access requirements.
  3. Apply to become a dual enrollment student.
  4. Register for classes (after receiving acceptance notification).

2.  Dual Enrollment Onsite

  1. Local students may take classes at Bryan’s main campus in Dayton, TN.
  2. 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.
  3. Check out the course offerings for the semester you're interested in registering.
  4. Complete and submit online application.

3.  Partner Site (participating schools only)

  1. 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.
  1. Classes are taught during the school day at the participating high school by teachers who are approved Bryan College adjunct professors.
  2. Students will earn college credit for these courses.
  3. Bryan College has state approval for partner sites in Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia. 

4.  Classical Conversations Plus

  1. These online classes are designed specifically for Classical Conversations students.
  2. Contact your site director for more information and course availability, or e-mail Charlene Fonseca in the Bryan College Admissions Office.
  3. Complete and submit application.