Welcome to TCAT Whiteville’s Dual Enrollment program !
How to Apply:
Step 1: The student must discuss dual enrollment options with their high school counselor. Students must also meet TCAT Whiteville’s expectations regarding academic and attendance compliance.
Step 2: Complete the TCAT Whiteville Dual Enrollment Online Application
Step 3: Compete the TSAC Online Application – https://www.tn.gov/collegepays
Programs of Interest:
- Administrative Office Technology
- Advanced Manufacturing Technology
- Automotive Technology
- Computer Information Technology
- Health Information Technology
- Industrial Maintenance Technology
- Machine Tool Technology
- Practical Nursing
- Welding Technology
Upon graduation, high school students can continue their educational journey to the Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Whiteville, with credit already earned, students have the possibility of completing the program ahead of schedule and at a reduced expense.
Articulation is a term used to describe the process by which students who complete work at one educational level can get credit for that training at the next higher educational level. This means that high school work and post-secondary training will not be duplicated.
By earning a diploma from the Tennessee College of Applied Technology, students can apply the diploma for credit towards an Associate of Applied Science degree at any Tennessee Board of Regents community college as per TBR Policy 2:01:00:03.
Dual Enrollment is when a high school student receives credit at two institutions at the same time. At the high school level, the class is applied toward their high school diploma while at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology they are receiving hours toward their programs certificate or diploma.
Complete a college education at an accelerated rate
Allows for an easier transition into their college program of study
Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation's (TSAC) Dual Enrollment Grant provides a cost-effective way for high school students to earn college hours for free
Eligibility and award information for the Dual Enrollment Grant at Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology is available for review at Dual Enrollment Grant (tn.gov).
Students who do not meet Dual Enrollment Grant eligibility requirements may still dual enroll and pay tuition/fees out-of-pocket.