Dual enrollment courses are a great way for high school juniors and seniors to get a jump start on their college education. By attending courses taught by a Milligan professor, students earn high school and college credit simultaneously. Dual enrollment credits are transferable to the college of your choice.
High school juniors and seniors with a 3.0 minimum GPA are eligible to take dual enrollment courses at Milligan.
Dual Enrollment Courses
Art, Bible, Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Communications, Composition, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Criminology/Criminal Justice, Economics, English, Exercise Science, Film, Foreign Languages, Graphic Design, Interactive Media, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Social Work, Theatre, and MORE.
Cost & Scholarship
The charge for dual enrollment courses is $500 per class, up to 3 classes per semester; any additional classes are billed at the traditional undergraduate tuition rate. All course fees apply. Tennessee residents may be able to take a course at no cost with a Tennessee Lottery Dual Enrollment Grant. The Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant is available for up to $500 for each of the first four courses. The grant only applies to 100- and 200-level courses. Learn more »
|Course||Cost||TN Dual Enrollment Grant*||Out-of-pocket Cost|
|# 5-10||$500 per course||Up to $100 per credit hour||Depending on the course|
*For eligible students. See www.tn.gov/collegepays or call us at 423.461.8730 for more info. Students may receive Dual Enrollment Grant funding for up to ten (10) courses over their junior and senior years. Students who receive funding for more than four (4) dual enrollment courses will have all amounts awarded for courses five (5) through ten (10) reduced from their Tennessee HOPE Scholarship on a dollar for dollar basis.
Steps to Apply
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800.262.8337 for more details.
- Click the “Fall 2022” button at top of this page to review the options
- Complete the Online Application
- Submit a copy of your high school transcripts
- If you have taken a dual enrollment course at another institution, submit a copy of your college transcripts
Special Benefits to You
As a dual-enrollment student, you will enjoy the same privileges as all other Milligan students during the semester(s) you are enrolled. You may check out library material (including books, DVDs, and CDs), access online databases both in the library and off-campus (using your Milligan ID), and request materials from other libraries all over the world through interlibrary loan. Our library staff is knowledgeable, engaged, and ready to help you from 8 AM until 10 PM most weeknights. You can even chat with a librarian live through our library webpage!
Milligan’s two libraries, P. H. Welshimer Library and Seminary Library offer a welcoming atmosphere with both individual and group study spaces, friendly staff, and excellent resources. The library is also a great place to hang out while you study—we’re open until midnight five nights a week and every Saturday and Sunday during the semester, and we’ve got coffee, tea, soft drinks, and snacks available for purchase. Check out our library webpage for more information, FAQs, and tutorials. Feel free to contact us at any time with questions—we’re here to help you!
Dining & Food Services
Dual Enrollment Students may eat in Milligan’s Dining Hall (Sutton Hall) or Grill (Student Center) during regular hours. Food services are provided by Pioneer College Caterers. For more information, contact the Business Office. For a schedule of hours and rates, click here.
Campus Events & Athletic Events
Many college-sponsored events are free to Milligan students with a valid Milligan ID, including regular season home athletic events. Milligan has a proud heritage of top student-athletes participating in competitive intercollegiate athletics. Visit the athletics webpage for team schedules. Check out Milligan Today for all news and events!