The University of Louisiana at Monroe is pleased to offer courses for college credit through the Dual Enrollment Program for high school students. The program allows students to earn college credit while enrolled in a class taught by their high school faculty or taught online by ULM faculty.
High School Sophomore, Junior & Senior
Students must be addressing the Louisiana Core 4 curriculum.
ACT composite of 18 (some courses require a minimum sub-score)
ACT English sub-score of 18 to enroll in English courses
ACT mathematics sub-score of 19 to enroll in mathematics and/or chemistry courses
Reduced tuition and fees make the courses affordable.
Earning college credit before entering as a full time student helps stretch TOPS, scholarships, and family budgets.
Earning college credit while in high school can reduce the time to earn a college degree.
A wide range of courses encourages students to explore elective courses as well as take many required entry level courses.
Daily contact with high school teachers who teach dual enrollment courses gives students support while beginning college courses.
For more information, contact Mary Elizabeth Bridges, email@example.com or 318-342-1032.
*Students participating in the Dual Enrollment Program are not allowed to receive talent grants, academic scholarships or dependent fee waivers.
Download: Dual Enrollment Course Offerings pdf
The Collegiate Admissions Program provides an opportunity for exceptional high school sophomores, juniors and seniors to earn college credit. Applications for the Collegiate Admissions Program are available online, through high school guidance counselors or the ULM Office of Recruitment/Admissions. Classes are taught on the ULM campus.
students must be:
completion of the sophomore (10th grade) year
pursuing the Regents Core Curriculum
have a minimum ACT subscore of 18 in English or 19 in mathematics
have a minimum 3.0 cumulative gpa
meet all course prerequisites
Students who have a 2.5-2.9 cumulative gpa will be considered for admission if they have an ACT composite score of 23 or higher.
Students participating in the collegiate program are not allowed to receive talent grants, academic scholarships or dependent fee waivers.
Tuition for students enrolled in Collegiate Program classes will be $150 per 3-hour course. There is an additional $50 fee for online courses.
Students participating in the collegiate program are limited to a maximum of 9 hours per semester for a total of 6 semesters, exclusive of summer sessions.
For steps to enrollment and documents, see the link: Collegiate Program Checklist.
For more information, contact Katelin Hubbard, firstname.lastname@example.org, 318-342-5799.