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Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment Program

available at participating high schools, not including summer sessions

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is pleased to offer courses for college credit through the Dual Enrollment Program for high school students. The program allows students to earn college credit while enrolled in a class taught by their high school faculty or taught online by ULM faculty.


DownloadDual Enrollment Course Offerings pdf

*Students participating in the Dual Enrollment Program are not allowed to receive talent grants, academic scholarships or dependent fee waivers.


NEW (LA Board of Regents) ULM Dual Enrollment Admission Requirements

Effective for all applicants whose online application is submitted on or after July 1, 2016.

DE applicants must:

• address the Louisiana Core 4 curriculum

• have a minimum 2.5 OVERALL high school GPA

• have a minimum English ACT 18 or Math ACT 19*

• have a minimum Composite ACT 20 or 2.0 CORE GPA*

*For now, either PLAN or ACT scores may be used to fulfill the DE admission requirements & sub scores from multiple tests may be used to show qualifying scores.

If PLAN scores are used to fulfill the requirements for DE admission, submit them to the DE office ASAP. 

However, PLAN scores cannot be used to admit a student to ULM as a First-time Freshman; updated, electronic ACT scores will be required in order to be fully admitted to ULM & to be considered for scholarships.

Students must still be at the Sophomore, Junior or Senior level in high school and meet all prerequisites to enroll in ULM Dual Enrollment courses.


• Reduced tuition and fees make the courses affordable.

• Earning college credit before entering as a full time student helps stretch TOPS, scholarships, and family budgets.

• Earning college credit while in high school can reduce the time to earn a college degree.

• A wide range of courses encourages students to explore elective courses as well as take many required entry level courses.

• Daily contact with high school teachers who teach dual enrollment courses gives students support while beginning college courses.