Your journey to becoming a Warhawk can begin in high school! The Dual Enrollment program at the University of Louisiana Monroe offers high school students at participating schools the opportunity to simulateneously 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.

Click here to learn about:

-DE Students are ULM Students

-How to Apply for Dual Enrollment at ULM

-Requirements for participation

-Important dates and resources

-Frequently Asked Questions


Dual Enrollment Students are ULM Students

As a participant in the ULM Dual Enrollment Program, this means you are a ULM student! You receive all resources and benefits accessible only to ULM students.

ULM Student Benefits and Resources

• Free tutoring - The Student Success Center and various academic departments offer free tutoring in subjects like English, math, and more.
• Free computer labs - You can come to the ULM Library during open hours and use any computers, books, and research platforms.
• Unlimited printing - Using your Warhawk ID, you can print for free at ULM.


ULM Academic Calendar and Final Grades

All grading in Dual Enrollment classes follow ULM academic integrity policies. Once final grades are entered, ULM cannot change your grade in your transcript. If you are enrolled in an online Dual Enrollment course, your class will follow ULM’s academic calendar, which may differ from your high school’s academic calendar. Pay close attention to midterm and final dates. If you withdraw from a Dual Enrollment course, be sure to do so before the ULM Academic Calendar’s drop date. This is to ensure you do not receive a failure on your transcript or owe tuition. Direct all questions about withdrawals to your high school’s Dual Enrollment contact as soon as possible. If you transfer to another high school, let your Dual Enrollment contact know immediately.


The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects student records from outside sources. This means that ULM cannot release any of our students’ data, including grades, to parents without a FERPA waiver. Click here to complete a FERPA waiver.


How to Apply for Dual Enrollment at ULM

1. Complete an online ULM application. Use student's full, legal name. Click here to begin your application!

2. Pay the application fee (available online in your application). If paid by check or money order made out to ULM, include the student's full, legal name.

3. Submit your official high school transcript.

4. Submit your official, electronic ACT score. If not sent to ULM at time of test, go to  The ACT code for ULM is 1598

5. Complete and sign the ULM Dual Enrollment Signature Page. Please ensure steps 1 through 4 are complete and all signatures are signed before submitting the Signature Page to your school's DE contact.


These five steps are required for any student who has never applied, any student who has applied but did not enroll in courses, any student who has applied but was not admitted, or any student who has not registered for DE courses in a year or more.


Requirements for Participation

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

Requirements for participation in 2023-2024 dual enrollment courses on the Master Articulation Matrix:

1. A minimum 2.5 cumulative high school GPA, as determined by the high school;


2. 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:

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.





86 Sent


65 (Elem Alg.)

40 (Col-Level Math)*


250 Writing

250 QRAS

*For College Algebra: ≥ 70 Accuplacer College-Level Math; ≥ 263 Accuplacer NG (QRAS) or ≥ 250 (AAF) are recommended.




















Counselor Recommendation - We accept a Counselor Recommendation (CREC) in lieu of scores. CRECs should be based on overall student performance and grade trends on HS letterhead.


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


Important Dates and Resources

Fall 2023 Information

Fall 2023 DE Important dates


Spring 24 Dates

ULM DE Online Application opens

Wednesday, November 1, 2023

Online application and supplemental documents due (including the DE signature page, high school transcript, qualifying scores, or counselor recommendation)

Friday, January 12, 2024

Moodle pages available to students

Starting January 19, 2024

Last day to request to add or drop from registration in a course without a "W" or owing tuition

Monday, January 22, 2024

Earliest deadline for first assignments in online DE courses

Week of February 5-9, 2024

Tuition payment deadline

Friday, March 1, 2024

ULM midterm period

March 11-14, 2024

Deadline for withdrawal request forms

Friday, March 15, 2024

Full-year 22-23 and spring 2023 DE grades posted to transcripts. High school graduates should not order official transcripts until mid-June.

June 10-21, 2024

 Dates based on the ULM academic calendar and are subject to change.


Transcript Requests

The ULM DE Handbook

Testing Information

SAT Test Dates and Deadlines

Louisiana Board of Regents Interim Policy for Dual Enrollment pdf

Q&A BoR Academic Affairs Policy 2.22 Student Eligibility

Requirements for Dual Enrollment pdf


Frequently Asked Questions

Who do I contact at ULM Dual Enrollment?

You can call 318.342.1030 with any questions you may have. If no one answers, please leave a voicemail and we will get back to you as soon as possible.