The Dual Enrollment Program offers qualified high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to receive college credit and high school credit simultaneously by taking college courses.
The Dual Enrollment College Program is a partnership between Walters State and service area school systems to provide high school students an opportunity to take college courses which simultaneously satisfy the requirements for a high school diploma and an Associate of Science degree.
Thank you for your interest in the dual enrollment program at Walters State Community College. This innovative partnership between your local school system and Walters State is designed to meet the educational needs of highly motivated students. Dual enrollment students at Walters State are enrolled in college courses that satisfy high school graduation credits while simultaneously earning college credits.
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Department of Admissions and Registration Services
500 South Davy Crockett Parkway
Morristown, TN 37813-6899
The Walters State Dual Admission Program is available to students transferring to ETSU from Walters State. This program offers Walters State students the advantage of a structured approach for completion of an Associate's Degree, followed by enrollment in pursuit of a Bachelor's Degree at ETSU. Dually admitted students first enroll at Walters State, complete the Associate's Degree, (A.A., A.S. and A.S.T) and then enroll at ETSU. This program will ease the transfer process and foster students' academic success. The advantage of the dual admissions agreement as opposed to an articulation agreement is that students have direct contact with both Walters State and ETSU faculty and staff throughout the program. In addition, the dual admission program provides enhanced advisement and transition support services.