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1. Apply for Admission to ETSU

2. Complete the Dual Enrollment Packet

For faster processing, All Dual Enrollment papers can now be completed online by clicking here-
https://www.etsu.edu/admissions/apply/dual/ click on 3rd box for Dual Enrollment Packet

Or, you can print the packet from etsu.edu/admissions/documents/dualenrollmentpacket.pdf

  • Permission to Enroll form signed by parent/guardian AND school official
  • Proposed class schedule
  • Transcript release form
  • Health clinic form

3. Complete the Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant Application*

*Must be an eligible resident of Tennessee

4. Take the Final Steps

  • If you have taken dual enrollment classes at another college or university, or dual credit at your hgih school request that your official transcripts be sent to the Admissions Office (your counselor can help with this)
  • Submit Eligibility Verification for Entitlements Act (EVEA) documentation. Take a clear photo of your driver license and/or the documents listed needed and email it to 
  • If eligible, submit the Fee Discount Form for dependents of state employees, TBR/UT employees, or TN public school teachers at edu/bf/bursar/eduforms/default.php
  • If you plan to take dual enrollment courses at more than one institution, you must complete the Consortium Agreement available from the ETSU Office of Financial Aid
  • After you’re admitted, visit https://www.etsu.edu/dualenrollment/ for instructions on registering for classes
  • After all grants, discounts, and scholarships have been applied, pay your fees. Grant and scholarship money may take time to apply. DO NOT pay any fees until you are sure all money has been awarded to your account. Dual Enrollment students will NOT be dropped for late fee payments until after the semester begins.


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