An efficient and cost-effective option, dual enrollment at Bryan allows you to fulfill high school and college credit simultaneously.
Complete an application. It takes less than 5 minutes! Use the student’s email address and contact information.
Request transcripts from high school (and colleges, if applicable). Email an unofficial copy of your high school transcript to email@example.com as soon as possible after applying. If you have completed DE credits from another college, you must also submit unofficial copies of that transcript before classes start.
We’ve laid out a step-by-step process to connect you with the financial aid that will make your Bryan College experience more affordable.
Class registration should ONLY be done after the Dual Enrollment Application has been received and acceptance has been approved.
Bryan College may require additional application items on a case-by-case basis. Example cases include conditional admission, transcripts for closed institutions, etc. Your Admissions Counselor will provide additional information about any additional items.
The current crisis has served to demonstrate both the uniqueness of Bryan’s on-campus community and its vitality under immense strain and external pressure.
— Bryan Knowles
Class of 2020
All high school sophomores with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 are eligible for dual enrollment. Students may take one class at a time. The TN grant does not apply; no discounts are offered.
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.
Bryan College Dual Enrollment allows your students to fulfill high school credit and earn college credit, all from a distinctly Christian worldview.
Classes are offered in the fall, spring, and in two summer sessions. Classes can be taught on your campus (if you have credentialed faculty), online, or on Bryan’s main campus in Dayton, TN. Partnerships allow for seamless application/registration processes for Dual Enrollment as well as an accelerated admissions process for students interested in our undergraduate programs. Our program is very affordable for most students. Tennessee students can use the TN DE Grant, HOPE, and Bryan Scholarships, and out-of-state students are eligible for Bryan scholarships.