Are you ready to get a head start on your college degree? Dual Enrollment allows high school students to earn credit for high school and college simultaneously. Choosing Dual Enrollment gives you the advantage of learning how to interact with college professors, improve study skills, and master time management skills that will set you up for success.
JSU offers over 90 Dual Enrollment course options taught by faculty trained to work with students in high school. Your classes can be taken at the high school campus, online, or on JSU’s campus.
*Already applied but never attended? Fill out your Application for Readmission
- Submit your free Dual Enrollment Admissions Application
- Request high school to send official High School Authorization Form
Dual Enrollment Admission Requirements
- 10th, 11th or 12th grade high school student
- 3.0 high school GPA on a 4.0 scale
- Approval from high school counselor or administrator
* Students who are admitted to the university as Dual Enrollment students will receive an acceptance letter and email upon their admission.
* If you have previously been admitted but did not enroll for that term or have not been enrolled for more than one year, you will need to re-apply for dual enrollment admissions using the Readmission Application.
Tuition and Scholarships
JSU offers tuition at a reduced rate for Dual Enrollment students at half the cost of undergraduate tuition and no university fees.
There is no financial aid possible for Dual Enrollment students, but PACT plans may be used. Please contact Office of Financial Aid if you plan to use a prepaid program to pay for DE courses. Payment plans may also be set up through the Bursar’s Office prior to the payment deadline. Visit the Office of Student Accounts for more information on payment plans and deadlines.
JSU's Dual Enrollment program offers scholarship opportunities twice yearly for fall and spring semesters. Admitted students can complete a competitive application for these scholarships that cover the current tuition cost of one course, $498.
View Scholarship Opportunities
Dual Credit Courses
Dual Enrollment students will earn college and high school credit simultaneously through academic, Gateway, and J-STEAM course offerings.
Next Steps for Admitted Students
Find Your JSU ID Number
Your nine-digit JSU Identification (ID) Number is located at the top of your admissions letter. You will use this number to reference your personal student information when contacting offices on campus.
Log In to MyJSU
Your username and initial password are located at the bottom of your admissions email. You will use this username and initial password to access your MyJSU account to view personal student information, view your account balance, and access many other student links.
Log In to Your JSU Email Account (GEM)
Each student is assigned a JSU E-mail account upon admission. This E-mail address is located at the bottom of your admissions letter. Visit Office 365 to log in. Please set up DUO authentication and start checking your JSU E-mail account frequently as important information is communicated via this account.
Get to Know JSU
JSU hosts daily campus tours so you can get to know your way around the Friendliest Campus in the South.
Register and Complete Payment for Your Classes
You'll need to register for each dual enrollment course you plan to take on your MyJSU account. Some classes may require you to take a Placement Exam prior to registration. After you've completed registration you can submit payment or enroll in a payment plan through your MyJSU account under View Account/Make A Payment.
Access your Canvas Account
Canvas is JSU's Learning Management System. You'll use this platform to work on assignments, view your grades, communicate with your teacher and classmates, and more!
Attend Dual Enrollment Orientation
We offer orientation sessions specially designed to help students get officially introduced to JSU and meet faculty, staff, and other dual enrollment students.
November 1: Competitive Scholarship Deadline
November 11: Registration Opens
January 9: Classes Begin - Late Registration Fee Charged
January 18: Payment Due
January 18: Last Day to Register or Add a Class
Want to learn more? Our friendly staff and Admissions Counselors would love to help!
Contact the Dual Enrollment Team