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Dual Enrollment


Prepare for life after high school by earning early college credits through Bethel's Dual Enrollment program.

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Bethel's unique partnership with high schools allows qualified juniors and seniors to earn college credit while fulfilling their high school graduation requirements. Each dual enrollment course is taken online and taught by specially-trained high school teachers or college faculty.

High School Student Eligibility Requirements:

  • Complete all of the academic requirements of the tenth grade and be classified as a junior or senior.
  • Attain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 (4.0 scale) or 21 on the ACT.
  • Obtain written permission from your high school principal, guidance counselor, or home educator.
Dual Enrollment New Student Application

Returning Students

If you're a returning student, ready to enroll in the next semester, fill out the following form.

Returning Students Registration Form

More Information for Students and Parents

To request more information about the Dual Enrollment program, please complete the following form.

Dual Enrollment Student Information Request

Program Cost

Tuition for Dual Enrollment is $554.40 per course (3 credit hours) before grants or Bethel University scholarships are applied.

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Course Load and College Credit

You may take up to two Dual Enrollment courses (9 credit hours) per semester.

You have the ability to transfer college credits earned through dual enrollment at Bethel to another college or university. You will be responsible for providing verification of transfer credit to your chosen college or university.

View the Course Catalog

We're Here to Help

If you need help with any aspect of Dual Enrollment, please contact:

Craig Lunn
Director of Dual Enrollment
office: (731)-352-6329

Kim Houston
Admission Advisor/Recruiter
cell: (731) 352-6421