Dual Enrollment Admissions

Fulfill high school credit and college credit simultaneously to complete a degree earlier and more cost effectively.

Dual Enrollment Options

BC Online:

Bryan College offers a wide variety of classes online. These can be taken for dual credit, with two summer sessions, 8-weeks in length, and fall/spring 15-week semesters.


Onsite:

Bryan College welcomes Dual Enrollment students to attend classes here on campus. Students may take any 100/200 level course approved by the Registrar's office during the fall and spring semesters. These courses range from general education to major-specific topics.


Partnerships:

Bryan College has partnered with several area high schools to offer dual credit courses on their campuses. Contact the Dual Enrollment Director at 423-664-9882 or email bcde@bryan.edu if your school or homeschool tutorial would be interested in a partnership.


 

Admissions Process

Applying to Bryan:

1. Complete application for online admissions at apply.bryan.edu using your STUDENT's EMAIL ADDRESS and Contact information

2. Request transcripts from your high school and other colleges (DE) if applicable.

  • Email an unofficial copy of your High school transcript to admissions@bryan.edu ASAP after applying.
    • Before classes start, if you have taken DE at another college, you must email unofficial copies of that transcript showing completed grade for previous semester to admissions@bryan.edu
  • Have an official copy of your High school transcript MAILED to the DE Office prior to the start of your classes:

    Bryan College Admissions — Dual Enrollment
    721 Bryan Drive, Mailbox 7791, Dayton, TN 37321

Eligibility

For clear acceptance, an applicant must:

  • Be a High School Sophomore with a minimum 3.5 GPA
    (one class at a time, TN grant does not apply, no discounts are offered)
  • Be a High School Juniors and Seniors with a minimum 3.0 GPA
    (out-of-state scholarships and the TN grant apply)
Notification of Acceptance

When will I know if I have been accepted?

  • The Dual Enrollment office must receive a completed application form, and early high school transcript for our review and final acceptance.
  • Students will be notified by email when the Dual Enrollment office receives required application documents. That email will be sent to the email address for the STUDENT that was supplied on the application.
  • Please be aware of registration deadline dates when submitting required documents.
  • Once students are notified of their application’s approval, they will be able to register for courses.
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