2016-2017 Students must be a Tennessee resident, a high school junior or senior, have a 3.0 high school GPA, counselor and parent approval, and submit a Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant Application online by the deadline date for each semester. The Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant provides $500 for the first and second course, $200 for the third course, and $0 for the fourth course. For courses five thru eight, the student can “borrow” $300 for each course from their Freshman Lottery Scholarship. Students can only use two grants per semester.
UT Martin Dual Advantage Scholarship:
Students must be eligible for the Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant In order to be eligible for the UT Martin Dual Advantage Scholarship. UT Martin believes in the exceptional advantages to beginning college courses in high school. In effect, the UT Martin Dual Advantage Scholarship assists all eligible high school junior and senior students in receiving a quality education with a four year institution. Please contact the Dual Enrollment Office at (731) 881-3089 for details about this scholarship.
Tennessee Workforce Investment Act (WIA):
A needs based scholarship available statewide. Contact your local WIA office for further details and requirements. Visit the Department of Labor and Workforce Development website to view the center in your area.
Funds have been established in selected areas in support of dual enrollment. Contact the Dual Enrollment office for details.
For more information about the available scholarships: Click here to contact the Dual Enrollment office!
Dual Enrollment Students do not pay:
Students can defer their fees by setting up a four-part payment plus a $30 deferment fee at the start of classes. The remaining balances will be due based upon the fee schedule of that semester. Please call the Burser's Office at 731-881-7810 or view their website for more details, www.utm.edu/bursar.
Dependent fee waivers for State and University of Tennessee (UT)/Tennessee Board of Regent (TBR) employees: