Dual Enrollment
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1. What is Dual Enrollment?
An opportunity for high school students to earn college credit while meeting the requirements for high school graduation.

2. What are the benefits of Dual Enrollment?
Getting a head start on college by earning college credit while meeting high school graduation requirements.

3. What is the difference in School Based and Campus Based Dual Enrollment?
The high school based initiative is a special program offered at several area high schools. The campus based "concurrent enrollment" program refers to courses taken on the main campus or satellite campuses. Concurrent enrollment has different admissions standards and does not include the institutional grant.

4. How many courses can a student take per term?
The high school based program will allow two per semester. The main campus program allows one per semester.

5. Can I use these courses toward high school graduation?
Yes, with the approval of your high school.

6. Do you have specific courses offered for Dual Enrollment?
Consult your high school guidance counselor for the course offerings at your school. Common courses offered in this program include English Composition, U.S. History, College Algebra, Elementary Calculus, and Biology. Some schools are offering other courses.

7. Will Dual Enrollment courses transfer to other colleges and universities?
It has been our experience that in most cases the courses transfer without a problem. However, I would consult the school(s) you are planning to attend after high school graduation to be sure.

8. If I leave the school mid-semester, may I continue my Dual Enrollment class at my new school?
Students who transfer from one school to another may continue the same Dual Enrollment class only at the new school’s discretion. It is the student’s responsibility to see that already completed work and grades are transferred from one school to the other.

If the new school does not offer the same course for Dual Enrollment, or if Dual Enrollment is provided by an institution other than the University of Memphis, the student cannot continue in the U of M program.


9. One of my parents is a state employee or works at the University of Memphis.  Will I receive an additional discount for my Dual Enrollment class?
Because the cost of the high school based Dual Enrollment courses has been considerably discounted already, no additional discounts will be applied to this program.

10. What if I do not have a test score, am I eligible to take a course?
Students must have taken the ACT, SAT, PSAT, PLAN or ASPIRE prior to entering the program. The PSAT, PLAN, or ASPIRE can only be used is the student has not taken the ACT or SAT.

11. If I do not meet the requirements, can I get an exception?
Exceptions are not typically granted for this program.

12. Where can I get an application for Dual Enrollment?
The dual enrollment online application link can be found on the dual enrollment home page.

13. What is the deadline to apply for Campus Based Dual Enrollment?
Application should be submitted by August 15 for the fall term and December 15 for the spring term.

14. What is the contact information to find out more about Dual Enrollment at your institution?
http://www.memphis.edu/dualenrollment/index.php

15. How can I obtain a UUID and password that will enable me to use university library resources?
The information you need is on your acceptance letter from the University. If you lose that piece of paper, you can call tech support (678-8888) and identify yourself as a Dual Enrollment student and request a User Name and Temporary Password. You must be prepared to give the technician either a Social Security number or your student U number (individual student U numbers are listed on the class rosters sent to teachers early in the semester).

16. If I apply to the University of Memphis for admission as a college freshman, do I have to pay the application fee?
Since you didn't pay an application fee when you applied for Dual Enrollment classes, you will need to pay the $25 application fee for your college application.

17. If I apply to the University of Memphis for admission as a college freshman, how should I respond to questions on the application having to do with previous college experience?
Since you didn't pay an application fee when you applied for Dual Enrollment classes, you will need to pay the $25 application fee for your college application.

18. Are there specific courses offered for Dual Enrollment at your institution for the Campus Based program?
There are no specific courses that are offered just for Dual Enrollment students. Once a student decides what subject they are interested in the student will need to contact that department on campus for approval to register for the specific class.

19. Is financial aid available for Dual Enrollment?
The dual enrollment grant can be used for all dual enrollment programs if the student is eligible. The high school based program also includes an institutional grant to reduce the cost.

20. What is the Dual Enrollment Grant and how much does it cover for each course?
There are changes in the funding for this program beginning the fall 2015 term. Refer to the link below for details.
http://www.memphis.edu/dualenrollment/changes_f14_sp15.php

21. Where can I find the Dual Enrollment online grant application?
http://www.tn.gov/collegepays/mon_college/dual_enroll_grant_rules.htm

22. Can I take a course in the Summer and still use the Dual Enrollment Grant?
The dual enrollment grant may be available in the summer if you haven't already used up your eligibility.

23. What are the fees for one course?
Consult your high school advisor for cost information for the high school based program.

24. I received a letter / phone call saying that I will be dropped from the class for nonpayment of fees. What do I do?
If you have paid your fees to your high school, you will not be dropped. The computer has generated a response that does not apply to Dual Enrollment students. Contact your high school counselor.

25.  If I am home schooled, am I still eligible to take a course?
Home School students may qualify for the "concurrent enrollment" option and we offer courses at our Collierville Center for Home School students.

26. If I decide to withdraw from the course, what do I do?
Contact your counselor immediately.

27. How do I order a transcript to be sent to other colleges or universities to which I am applying?
To order a transcript, go to the U of M homepage and locate Transcripts from the A-Z list. All of the information you need will be there. You may ask that the transcript be sent immediately or request that it not be sent until the term is complete.
http://www.memphis.edu/registrar/notice/tod.php

28. How can I get a copy of my transcript after I take a course?
Transcripts may be requested through the Registrar's Office at the University of Memphis.
http://www.memphis.edu/registrar/notice/tod.php

29. How do I obtain textbooks and other required materials for my class?
Consult your high school counselor regarding textbooks for your dual enrollment course.

Admissions Issues

Gloria Moore, Associate Director
Office of Admissions
(901) 678-3995

gmoore@memphis.edu


Program Issues

Dr. William Akey, Director
Dual Enrollment Programs
(901 )678-3993

wakey@memphis.edu

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