Dual enrollment courses offer students an opportunity to earn college level coursework while completing requirements for high school graduation.
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The MY UTMartin portal will allow the user to directly check his/her UT Martin email account, go to Blackboard, and go to Banner. If you experience any problems, please contact the UT Martin Helpdesk at (731) 881-7900.
Yes! Dependents of the Tennessee State employees will receive a 25% discount on tuition and UT system employee dependents receive a 50% discount on tuition.
Only homeschooled students will be required to submit an ACT score of 21 or higher to enroll in a UTM Dual Enrollment course.
Log-in to MyUTMartin portal and enter Banner. Click Student, Student Records, and Payments and Deposits. You will be directed to a site for online payments.
Contact your counselor and the UTM Dual Enrollment office immediately.
In most cases, UT Martin’s courses transfer to other institutions. It is the student's responsibility to contact the college or university they plan on attending to ensure that the courses will be accepted at those institutions. The official UT Martin transcript is used for this purpose, not the high school transcript. If a student encounters any difficulty in transferring a course, they should contact the UT Martin dual enrollment office at 731-881-3089.
Yes, a student may withdraw from a dual enrollment course and receive a refund in accordance with the University of Tennessee at Martin policies. Students that fail to withdraw from their dual enrollment course following the proper University guidelines will receive a failing grade on their transcript. You can find withdrawal dates and procedures on the Office of Academic Records web site under Adds/Drops: www.utm.edu/registrar.
All dual enrollment courses are taught by either a UT Martin regular or adjunct faculty member. High school teachers who meet the adjunct faculty criteria may teach dual enrollment courses.
No, dual enrollment courses meet the same academic standards and quality as all other courses offered by UT Martin.
Dual enrollment courses are graded in accordance with criteria and standards established in the course syllabus. It is the student's responsibility to check their UT Martin grades online (mid-term and final) and to ensure that they are registered for their dual enrollment course(s).
Dual enrollment students wishing to continue taking UT Martin courses after high school must formally apply to the University.
To request a transcript go to www.utm.edu/registrar. Select Transcripts from the option on the left and then complete the “Transcript Request Form.” Transcripts can only be obtained by the students’ written request. There is a $5 charge for each transcript requested. There is an additional $5 charge for having a transcript faxed.
You can either mail or fax your request to:
Office of Academic Records
University of Tennessee at Martin
103 Administration Building
Martin, TN 38238
Fax request to 731-881-7048