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Dual Enrollment Program

The Dual Enrollment Program at the University of Louisiana Monroe offers students at participating schools the opportunity to earn college credit and meet the requirements for high school graduation.

Courses are taught either at the high school or online by SACSCOC-qualified Instructors.

Students participating in the Dual Enrollment Program are not allowed to use talent grants, academic scholarships or dependent fee waivers.

PROSPECTIVE DUAL ENROLLMENT FOR 2020-21 ACADEMIC YEAR

Students wishing to initiate or continue their participation in dual enrollment for the 2020-21 academic year may be eligible to enroll in academic courses on the Master Articulation Matrix if they meet the following criteria:

• A minimum 2.5 cumulative high school GPA, as determined by the high school, including any GPA adjustments made due to Spring 2020 disruptions in learning;

AND

• Subject-specific demonstration of readiness in Mathematics (for mathematics and science courses) or

English (for English, foreign language, history, social science, humanities, or arts survey courses) through either:

1. Subject-specific minimum scores on any assessment listed in Academic Affairs Policy 2.22 (listed below): ULM will continue to accept the same subject-specific assessment eligibility scores as previous academic years.

 

  ENGLISH MATHEMATICS*
ACCUPLACER

86 Sent
Structure

65 (Elem Alg.)
40 (Col-Level Math)*

ACCUPLACER NG 250 Writing 250 QRAS
*For College Algebra: ≥ 70 Accuplacer College-Level Math; ≥ 263 Accuplacer NG (QRAS) or ≥ 250 (AAF) are recommended.
ASPIRE 433 431
MAP 245 265
Pre-ACT 18 19
Pre-SAT 25WL 500
ACT 18 19
SAT 500ERW 510Math

 

OR

2. Counselor recommendation based on overall student performance and grade trends in the subject.

ULM requires an email from the high school DE Contact; attachments should include both 1) the Counselor recommendation and 2) a copy of the high school transcript with relevant courses/grades highlighted to demonstrate overall student performance and grade trends in the subject.

While the Board of Regents encourages all institutions to follow this policy, we recognize that minimum requirements may be increased for particular courses.

 

Additionally, in order for students to be enrolled in courses, the following conditions apply:

1. Must be at least a Sophomore in high school
2. Admitted to ULM prior to the posted deadline
3. All course prerequisites are met
4. Requested courses are on the SACSCOC-approved course list for the student’s high school

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