Griffin Program

The Griffin program joins Chester County High School and Freed-Hardeman in a concurrent enrollment program on FHU’s campus. The program allows high school juniors and seniors to get a head start on their university careers. While in high school, students can earn upwards of 36 credits from Freed-Hardeman for approved courses taken in their secondary school. Subjects include English, Mathematics, Psychology, History, Communication, Literature, Spanish, and Theatre. The college credits earned through Griffin Program are accepted at nearly all colleges and universities. Students can use the TN Dual Enrollment Grant to help aid their dual enrollment cost. Each 3-credit class offered in the program cost a total of $300 before the TN Dual Enrollment Grant; the grant can cover two classes per semester. 

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Students in the Griffin Program will attend classes at Freed-Hardeman’s campus between 8:30-10:20am, Monday through Friday. Example Schedule:

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Fall

English Composition 1 (ENG101), American History 1 (HIS221), Fundamentals of Math (MAT100), Spanish 1 (SPA131), General Psychology (PSY210), Acting 1 (THE265)

For Badge Classes please contact Dual Enrollment Coordinator at 731-989-6225 or hpainter@fhu.edu.

 

Spring

English Composition 2 (ENG102), American History 2 (HIS222), College Algebra (MAT101), Speech Communication (COM140), Spanish 2 (SPA132), Literature (ENG2**)

For Badge Classes please contact Dual Enrollment Coordinator at 731-989-6225 or hpainter@fhu.edu.