In order to participate in the dual or joint enrollment program at Austin Peay State University, you should first meet the following APSU admissions requirements:
If you have not yet taken the ACT/SAT, please contact the APSU Testing Center to schedule the ACT Residual. If you have taken the ACT/SAT but need to improve your scores, please schedule the Accuplacer test in the relevant subject area(s). In addition, you must have submitted an application for admission before you schedule testing (see our recommended testing deadlines here).
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|NOTE: Apart from these admission requirements, specific courses may have|
additional subscore requirements. For example, English and history courses
also require similar subscores in reading, and higher level math courses
typically require high math subscores.
Academically Talented (AT) is another category designed primarily for students in the 9th or 10th grade*. Both high school and college credit is awarded for courses taken. In order to participate in this program, you should first meet the following APSU admission requirements:
*Once in the 10th and 11th grades, students generally apply for dual or joint enrollment admission.
At this time, 9th and 10th grade students are not eligible for state lottery grant funding, the GoSooner award or other funding designated for dual enrollment students.
For more information about Dual and Joint Enrollment and other high school programs at APSU, contact: