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FHU/Memphis will be offering a unique opportunity to homeschooled juniors and seniors in the Memphis area. Dual enrollment courses, taught by Freed-Hardeman University faculty, will be offered between 10:30am - 3:30pm Mondays - Thursdays at the FHU/Memphis campus located at 5565 Shelby Oaks Dr. Each three-hour class offered in the program cost $300. The TN Dual Enrollment Grant can potentially cover the cost of two classes per semester.
Dual Enrollment Coordinator
What orientation will students have?
All dual enrollment students will attend an orientation event with the Dual Enrollment Coordinator from FHU. At Orientation, students will get details on their classes, books, and other "what to expect" items for the semester. Students will also receive a tour of their classrooms, given guidance on how to set up their FHU emails and online learning system. FHU will hold an Orientation event each semester for new dual enrollment students.
Will these classes transfer to other universities?
Yes! These classes will be able to transfer to most any university in the country since Freed Hardeman is an accredited college. *There are very few schools that will not accept dual enrollment classes from anywhere. It is the student's responsibility to look up their intended school and verify that they accept dual enrollment courses.
What are the details of the FHU/Memphis Dual Enrollment Program?
FHU dual enrollment classes will take place on FHU / Memphis campus at 5565 Shelby Oaks Dr, Memphis, TN 38134. The classes sizes will be no larger than 25 students. The building is monitored at all times, and faculty will be present during class hours. Class will run between 9:30am - 12:30pm, Monday - Thursday, with additional options in the early afternoon. The classes will be on block schedule (i.e. Monday/Wednesday classes and Tuesday/Thursday classes).
Will students be required to buy books?
Students might be required to buy a book depending on which class they take. They can purchase books online from FHU's bookstore or from any online book provider. These books can be online versions or hard copies, depending on the student's preference and the nature of the book.
Who teaches the dual enrollment classes?
FHU Faculty will teach the dual enrollment courses.
What is the cost of the dual enrollment courses?
$300 before the TN Dual Enrollment Grant. The grant will cover 2 courses per semester, not including summer.
Where can I find more information about the TN Dual Enrollment Grant?
You can find more information on the TN Dual Enrollment Grant by going to https://www.tn.gov/collegepays/article/dual-enrollment-grant.
Will dual enrollment students be interacting with college students?
No. The dual enrollment courses provided at FHU / Memphis are only offered to homeschooled, high school students in the Memphis area.
What classes will be offered in the FHU / Memphis Dual Enrollment Program?
The FHU Dual Enrollment program will primarily offer general education courses. Requests might be rendered if there are several students who are seeking a particular course. A tentative schedule will be provided.
Will dual enrollment affect a student being a "freshman" and receiving freshman scholarships when they enter college?
Depending on the school. FHU will allow students to bring in an unlimited amount of dual enrollment hours and still give First Time students their Freshman Scholarship. However, all universities have their own policy about this, and it is the student's responsibility to look at their intended school to see about their dual enrollment policies.
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