Students who have completed the sophomore or junior year in high school may be eligible to enroll for ETSU courses while in high school. Please review the information here and you can start your application at any time.
Steps for Dual Enrollment
- Submit your ETSU application at etsu.edu/apply
- Choose "Dual Enrollment" as your student type
- Complete the dual enrollment authorization form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Complete your dual enrollment grant application
The deadline to apply for fall 2021 is August 13.
- 3.0 or higher high school GPA on a 4.0 scale
- High school Junior or Senior*
- Meet one of the following minimum test scores:
- 19 ACT Composite or equivalent composite on the PreACT
- 990 SAT total score or equivalent total score on the PreSAT
- Individual Accuplacer subject exam with passing scores
- PLAN and Aspire may be used for juniors or seniors who have not completed the ACT or SAT
- To enroll in a course with learning support requirements, the student must have sub-scores that meet the learning support requirements as determined by the University Advisement Center.
Please contact the email@example.com with questions related to these requirements.
*In limited circumstances, the Director of Admissions in their discretion may consider and approve 9th-grade or 10th-grade students for dual enrollment. Approval must also be given by the applicable department chair. In addition to meeting all other requirements listed above, 9th-grade or 10th-grade student must submit: (1) a written recommendation from the student’s high school counselor; and (2) a written recommendation from a high school teacher who has previously taught the student in the subject in which the student wishes to take college credit.
Why Do Dual Enrollment At ETSU
- Dual enrollment at ETSU is cost-effective. Scholarships are available to make ETSU
one of the lowest cost dual enrollment institutions in the region for qualifying students.
- Click here to see an example of how cost effective it is to earn college credit through dual enrollment at ETSU.
- Benefit from wide-ranging opportunities and top-quality programs, balanced with a small-college feel and the personal attention you deserve. ETSU faculty are experts in their field and committed to student success.
- ETSU dual enrollment students get a student ID that gives access to state-of-the-art university facilities including the Sherrod Library, the Basler Center for Physical Activity, and the newly renovated Culp student center
- Access to various campus events including concerts and sporting events
- Access to student discounts at local businesses
- Dual enrollment at ETSU is cost-effective. Scholarships are available to make ETSU one of the lowest cost dual enrollment institutions in the region for qualifying students.
Key Contacts for Dual Enrollment
For information about the dual enrollment grant, scholarship, and cost of classes, contact:
For information about class selection or advising needs, contact:
For information about applying or general dual enrollment information, contact:
Dual Enrollment Grant Program (Tennessee Lottery)
Dual Enrollment students may qualify for up to $1200 per academic year. Students must maintain a 2.75 cumulative college GPA to continue receiving the Dual Enrollment Grant.
Complete your dual enrollment grant application
ETSU Dual Enrollment Scholarship ProgramDual Enrollment students who present a 3.4 or higher high school GPA, may qualify for a Dual Enrollment Scholarship through ETSU. The Dual Enrollment Scholarship is awarded only in combination with the Dual Enrollment Grant.
Paying For Classes
Students admitted as dual enrollment students may be eligible for the Dual Enrollment Grant. In addition, students may qualify for an ETSU Dual Enrollment Scholarship. Consult your high school counselor or the ETSU Undergraduate Office of Admissions for additional information.
Dual Enrollment Students may register for no more than 11 semester hours of credit in a given semester. Additional fees are required for courses in specific programs. A dual enrollment student's eligibility to enroll for courses is determined by Admissions personnel in consultation with the student, parents, high school officials, and ETSU departmental representatives.
Dual Enrollment Courses
Students can take most introductory level courses for which they meet the prerequisites. Always consult with your guidance counselor to ensure the course will meet your educational goals and to confirm the prerequisites.
- Click here to view a Dual Enrollment Course Listing
Click here to view all ETSU courses for the upcoming semester.
Registering For Classes
You will need to log in and activate your GoldLink and ETSU email accounts. You will register for your classes using self-service banner on GoldLink once you have activated that account. Here are the steps to get started:
- Go to etsu.edu/activate and activate your account using your ETSU ID number. If you need your ID number, please contact us
- Once you have activated your accounts, go to goldlink.etsu.edu and log in to your student account. There you will select the “Student” tab -> “Registration Tools” -> “Add or Drop Classes” -> You will then enter your CRN for the class you have selected to take. If you do not remember these CRNs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Get Help with how to register at etsu.edu/reg/registration/howtoregister.php