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UT Martin offers new Dual Enrollment Program in 2015-16

06-24-2015


Contact 1: Bud Grimes


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MARTIN, Tenn. — The University of Tennessee at Martin will offer eligible high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to take up to two dual enrollment courses at no additional cost in the 2015-16 academic year. Students must qualify for the Dual Enrollment Grant offered through the Tennessee Student Assistance Program.

TSAC provides high school juniors with two $500 Dual Enrollment Grants for the first two courses and one $200 grant for a third course. Tuition for juniors will be $500 for two courses, providing the courses are the first two dual enrollment courses taken during the 2015-2016 school year.

Senior students can receive $300 per course for four courses within the guidelines of the Dual Enrollment Grant. UT Martin tuition for seniors will be $300 for two courses. Tuition above these courses will be charged at the regular dual enrollment rate.

UT Martin offers high-quality dual enrollment courses that prepare students for rigorous college classes. General education courses offered for dual enrollment students include English, mathematics, agriculture, economics, geology, personal finance and information systems. Students can take courses in a traditional classroom setting, online, at the main campus, or at one of the four UT Martin centers located Jackson, Parsons, Selmer and Ripley.

For more information about the UT Martin Dual Enrollment Program, call Jackie Johnson at 731-881-3089 or email dualenrollment@utm.edu.

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(Photo Caption) MARTIN, Tenn., June 24, 2015 – UT Martin will offer eligible high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to take up to two dual enrollment courses at no additional cost during the 2015-16 academic year. Students must qualify for the Dual Enrollment Grant offered through the Tennessee Student Assistance Program. For more information about the UT Martin Dual Enrollment Program, call Jackie Johnson at 731-881-3089 or email dualenrollment@utm.edu. Pictured is Tim Hacker, UT Martin English instructor, who teaches dual enrollment English for the university.
















 

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