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Tennessee Reconnect and Promise. Graduating high school seniors can attend tuition-free. Free tuition for adults.Tennessee Reconnect and Promise. Graduating high school seniors can attend tuition-free. Free tuition for adults.
Online degrees available. Choose from seven completely online programs.Online degrees available. Choose from seven completely online programs.

Dual Enrollment Funding

Funding Available for Dual Enrollment (DE) Students at RSCC

1. A total lifetime limit of 10 Dual Enrollment (DE) courses may be taken with state-funded grant assistance. Students are responsible for the full balance of Dual Enrollment courses after the 10th one. Students must be a junior or senior to receive state-funded grants for Dual Enrollment courses.

2. Students must maintain a 2.0 college GPA to remain eligible for state-funded grants.

To see addditional information and to apply for state-funded DE grants, click here: TN Dual Enrollment Grant.

Funding Information for DE Courses 1-5

Dual Enrollment Grant (DEG)

Grant amount covers tuition and Technology Acess Fee (TAF) for a 3 credit hour course.

Funding Information for DE Courses 6-10

HOPE Lottery Funds

Grant amount covers partial tuition only of a 3 credit hour course- a total of $100 per credit hour.

Additional Assistance from RSCC: The Presidential Scholarship for Allied Health covers the Health Science fee (up to $75) for one Dual Enrollment Health Sciences course per semester. Automatically applied as needed.

Dual Enrollment students also have to meet Title IV Satisfactory Progress Standards. At RSCC, this means they must complete 67% of their coursework and maintain a 2.0 college GPA. This standard is checked after spring term, so if a dual enrollment student took just a spring class and received a “D” he/she would have a college GPA of 1.0 and; therefore, the student would be placed on Financial Aid (FA) Suspension when they begin attending college as a high school graduate. Suspended students will need to appeal with an explanation of why they had difficulty. If the FA Appeals Committee are in agreement, the suspended student may be reinstated.

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