Dual Enrollment Program
Partnering in Education
Bringing students opportunities
Francis Marion University offers dual enrollment courses to students in partnering high schools through its Dual Enrollment Program. This program gives qualified students the opportunity to receive college credit for courses while still in high school.
Courses are offered at The Continuum, online, and in various partnering high schools.
The Fall 2022 semester at FMU hosts a plethora of dual-enrollment opportunities for high school students.
Classes include Introduction to Business, Probability and Statistics, Elementary Spanish, and much more. Click the link below to view the entire list.
All new dual enrollment students for Fall 2022 should complete an orientation session.
Information regarding these sessions will be sent to new students and be available from the partner high school in July 2022.
Helpful information for students enrolled in dual enrollment courses during the 2022-2023 academic year is found below.
Students wishing to participate in FMU’s Dual Enrollment Program should be enrolled in a partnering high school, have a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA, be juniors or seniors, and receive school permission to participate in the courses.
- A copy of the most recent high school transcript including current class schedule
- Proof of US citizenship (copy of South Carolina driver’s license, birth certificate, or passport)
- A Dual Enrollment Application (below)
To find out more about what FMU has to offer prospective students, please visit the links below to learn about the Continuum and the admissions process.
Brandon W. Funk
Director of Dual Enrollment and Continuing Education