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High School/Dual Enrollment

Admissions Checklist
New students 
1. Apply to PSCC
2. Apply for the DE Grant
3. Submit Hepatitis B Form
4. Submit ACT Scores and Transcript
5. Register for Classes *
6. Pay Tuition or Fees *

Returning Students
1. Re-apply for the DE Grant
2. Register for Classes
3. Pay Tuition or Fees

*Steps Register for
  Classes and Pay
  Tuition are only
  for students who
  are taking classes
  on a PSCC campus*

Tuition & Fees

Tuition for dual enrollment students at Pellissippi States is $166 per credit hour. Note, courses such as Physical Education, Applied Music, and others may have extra fees. Students who do not apply or are ineligible for the TSAC Dual Enrollment Grant, will owe full cost for their classes. Students who apply for and are eligible for the TSAC Dual Enrollment Grant are responsible for all tuition and fees beyond what the TSAC Dual Enrollment Grant does not cover.

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How to pay fees
Costs: tuition and fees
When to pay fees

In order to receive the TSAC Dual Enrollment Grant before the beginning of the semester, students must adhere to the following:

  1. Must select Dual Enrollment on their PSCC application and be admitted with a Dual Enrollment admission type.
  2. Must apply for the Dual Enrollment Grant via TSAC's website before the beginning of EACH semester.
  3. Must be certified as eligible for the Dual Enrollment Grant by the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation.


It is the responsibility of the student/parent to ensure all tuition and fees are paid by the payment deadline as outlined in the enrollment guide and the academic calendar.  Students will not receive a bill in the mail, but may log into their myPellissippi account for details regarding their balance.

Students may pay their balance by logging into myPellissipi or in person at the Cashier's Office.  Balances must be paid in full by the due date to prevent classes from being dropped.  Students whose Dual Enrollment Grants have not been credited to their account by the payment deadline will need to pay out of pocket and be reimbursed.  If it is determined that a student is ineligible for the grant, no refund will be issued.

Financial Aid/Tuition & Fee Waivers

Dual Enrollment students are not eligible for federal financial aid.  Aside from the Dual Enrollment Grant and the Pellissippi State Scholarship mentioned above, students whose parents are University of Tennessee, Tennessee Board of Regents, or State of Tennessee employees may be eligible for a discount, along with children of public school teachers in Tennessee.  Please check here for details and forms.