DUAL ENROLLMENT. What You Need To Know…. WHAT, WHO, WHERE, WHICH. WHAT: Opportunity for high school students to take college level courses. Students are enrolled simultaneously in both high school and college. WHO: Eligible juniors and seniors (beginning fall of junior year)
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What You Need To Know…..
Examples of general education courses:
US History, Anatomy/Physiology, Music Appreciation, Philosophy, Pre-Cal, English, Speech, Psychology, Sociology.
TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE GRANT FOR CAREER TECH CLASSES YOU MUST:
Examples of Career Tech classes:
Fundamentals of Technical Drawing, Intro to Interior Design, Engineering Technology, Intro to Media Technology, Intro to Desktop Video, Game Design, Photoshop
These courses do not transfer to a 4 year college/university.
1. CAN I LOSE ELIGIBILITY FOR THE GRANT?
In order to remain eligible for the grant, you must maintain a 3.0 cumulative college GPA. Basically, you need to make a B or higher in the college courses you take.
(Once you lose the DE grant, you can’t get it back.)
If you become ineligible for the Grant. IE: get a grade below a “B” in the college course.
College courses taken under the restrictions of the Tennessee Dual Enrollment grant do not count towards the Tennessee HOPE Scholarship college GPA and the attempted credit hours limitation.