Trevecca Announces New Innovative Dual Enrollment Program For High School Students

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Trevecca Nazarene University, in partnership with CampusEDU, has introduced a new dual enrollment program featuring an innovative type of online learning made specifically for this generation of students. Our unique approach will help high school students earn college credits, accelerate their academic progress and save money on college tuition.

CampusEDU is an inventive, flexible, affordable, and accredited platform that powers faith-based academic institutions to accommodate diverse learning speeds and commitments. Trevecca is proud to be the exclusive partner of CampusEDU in the state of Tennessee.

CampusEDU course sample videoThe dual enrollment courses we offer will allow high school students the flexibility to learn at their own pace. All courses are video-based, provide an engaging and interactive learning experience and can be accessed at any time from anywhere. Test drive these dynamic courses for yourself here: www.gotrevecca.com.

“We are thrilled to be the exclusive CampusEDU partner for Tennessee high school students,” Trevecca Provost Dr. Tom Middendorf said. “CampusEDU empowers faith-based academic institutions, like Trevecca, to offer dynamic courses designed especially for high school students looking to advance their education in a Christian environment.”

Registration for dual enrollment courses is open now, with the first courses beginning August 19. Students can enroll in the following classes:

  • BUS 2010 - Financial Stewardship
  • COM 1010 - Speech Communication
  • COM 1500 - Experiencing Theatre
  • ENG 1020 - English Composition I
  • ENG 1080 - English Composition II: Critical Reading, Writing & Thinking
  • HIS 2010 - U.S. History Survey
  • INT 1055 - College Algebra
  • PHL 2010 - Introduction to Philosophy
  • REL 2000 - Introduction to Biblical Faith
  • SOC 2010 - General Sociology

Dual enrollment classes at Trevecca will each cost $555, but Tennessee residents can apply for the Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant, which is part of the Tennessee Hope Scholarship, and will likely cover most of the cost for the course. Information on how to apply can be found on the Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant web page at www.collegefortn.org/dualenrollment.

For more information on dual enrollment classes at Trevecca and to get started with registration, visit www.gotrevecca.com.