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Dual Enrollment Eligibility Requirements

Eligibility Requirements

After the 10th grade, high school students can go to college. Motlow welcomes public, private and home-schooled students to take select college classes. Some high schools may have tougher requirements than what you see here. Please check with your counselor to discover your eligibility.

NOTE: 9th and 10th graders will no longer need an IEP to be admitted to take classes. However, all 9th graders will be required to take the Accuplacer exam. 10th graders may be admitted with their high school GPA, like the juniors and seniors. Both 9th and 10th graders will remain ineligible for the Dual Enrollment Grant. 


Requirements

  • A “Dual” agreement exists between your school and Motlow, allowing you to take college-level courses where both high school and college credits are awarded
  • Speak with your high school counselor and a Motlow advisor before registering for classes
  • Finish the 10th grade
  • Have your parent/guardian and your high school principal/guidance counselor's approval
  • Have an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher (2.5 if taking CTE courses)
  • Provide an official high school transcript with the required Grade Point Average (GPA) and/or American College Test (ACT) scores as outlined below. Students who wish to enroll in:
    • A collegiate mathematics or science course (non-Calculus track) or courses for which a mathematics course serves as a pre-requisite course:
      • Must have a Reading sub-score of 19 or greater, an English sub-score of 18 or greater, and a Math sub-score of 19 or greater
      • 3.0 unweighted high school GPA in all Integrated Mathematics courses: or
        • 3.0 unweighted high school GPA in three (3) of the following courses:
          • Algebra I
          • Algebra II
          • Geometry
          • Trigonometry
          • Pre-Calculus
          • 3.0 unweighted GPA in all of your high school English courses.
    • For a non-Mathematics on non-science course (For example, English, History, Psychology, Speech) you’ll need:
      • A reading sub-score of 19 or greater and an English sub-score of 18 or greater: or
      • 3.0 unweighted GPA in all of the student's high school English courses
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