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Destiny A. WhitmoreStudent Spotlight

Destiny A. Whitmore
Nashville, TN
History with a Minor in English

The U of M offered everything that I was searching for: plenty of majors to choose from, a beautiful campus, a real university community, and a great sports program for a sports fanatic like me. Not a day goes by that I am not proud to call myself a Memphis Tiger!

Dual Admission Opportunities

The University of Memphis offers several options for dual admissions.



Dual Admissions Program

The Dual Admissions Program (DAP) is a program that allows students attending participating community colleges in the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) system to transfer to the University of Memphis upon completion of the Associate's Degree (A.A., A.S., and A.S.T.).  Successful completion of all DAP requirements guarantees acceptance to the University of Memphis.  The following TBR school is currently participating in DAP:

  • Motlow State Community College

Visit the DAP web site to find detailed information on requirements, participation, and enrollment forms.


Partnership Enrollment Program

The Partnership Enrollment Program (PEP) is a similar program to DAP but encompasses participation by more mid-south regional community colleges.  Successful completion of all PEP requirements guarantees acceptance to the University of Memphis.  The following regional schools are participating in PEP:

  • Dyersburg State Community College
  • Jackson State Community College
  • Mid-South Community College
  • Southwest Tennessee Community College

Visit the PEP web site to find detailed information on requirements, participation, and enrollment forms.


Dual Enrollment

If you are a current high school student and would like to earn college credit while completing requirements for your high school diploma, the University of Memphis offers students attending participating area high schools the opportunity to earn credit for certain courses.  Please visit the Dual Enrollment web site to discover more.

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