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The Dual Enrollment Program is a state-approved, cooperative community venture provided by Walters State Community College. Dual Enrollment offers qualified high school students the opportunity to receive college credit at a relatively low cost while they complete their secondary education. It is designed to supplement and enrich students' high school experiences by providing access to collegiate education without interrupting their normal high school activities. The program has been successfully implemented in several school systems within the Walters State service area. Earned credits transfer to two-year and four-year accredited institutions from Walters State according to the discretion of the receiving institution.


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What are the advantages of Dual Enrollment?
Students jump start their college experience and accelerate their college education.
Students can earn transferable college credit(s).
Students are intellectually and academically challenged.
Students have access to collegiate education without interrupting normal high school activities.
Students earning 12 credit hours or more can be eligible for a high school diploma of distinction at their respective high school and a Walters State Promise Scholarship.
What are the entrance requirements?
Admission to the Dual Enrollment Program is available only to junior and senior students from state approved high schools or home school agencies that have distinguished themselves by high academic achievement.
Students must have a high school GPA of 3.0+ (letter grade of "B" - a numerical average of "88") OR an ACT composite of 21.
Students enrolling in English Composition sequence or in a college level mathematics course must have appropriate placement levels as determined by the Office of Enrollment Services.
Example: To register for ENGL 1010, student must meet or exceed both English sub score of 18 and Reading sub score of 19 on tests such as the ACT / PLAN / ASPIRE). For more information, please view course descriptions for WSCC.
How do I apply for Dual Enrollment?
Complete Walters State Dual Enrollment application and a Hepatitis B form.
Submit a completed WSCC Dual Enrollment Program Enrollment Permission form each academic term enrolled (high school principal or counselor, student, and parent signature required).
Submit valid placement test scores.
Examples of appropriate placement tests are ACT / PLAN / ASPIRE. Test scores are valid if earned within the past 3 years.
Complete the appropriate Dual Enrollment Packet from your high school guidance counselor.
What courses can I take as a Dual Enrollment Student?
Dual Enrollment students may take any class for which they meet the prerequisites and/or eligibility requirements. For a complete list of available general education courses, please click here to visit the catalog.

Dual Enrollment Packets

Students must be classified as a junior or senior during the 2015-2016 school year. Click the appropriate Dual Enrollment Packet listed below to view the required enrollment information.


students entering the 12th grade in Fall of 2016

New Senior
Brand New Student with No Prior Attendance

Continuing Senior
Consecutive Enrollment

Returning Senior
Previously Attended with Lapse of Enrollment

students entering the 11th grade in Fall of 2016

New Junior
Brand New Student with No Prior Attendance

Continuing Junior
Consecutive Enrollment

Returning Junior
Previously Attended with Lapse of Enrollment

Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant

The Dual Enrollment Grant program is funded by the Tennessee Lottery and administered by the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation. This program provides opportunities for students to begin working toward a college degree, while still pursuing a high school diploma, and encourages post-secondary education and the acceleration of post-secondary attainment.

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Getting Started with Dual Enrollment

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