Dual Enrollment Admission Requirements

If you are a public high school junior or senior approved by your high school representative, you are eligible to enroll in dual enrollment courses. Home-schooled students are also eligible to participate in this program. If you wish to enroll in a dual enrollment course, you must also be in good standing at your high school and maintain at least a 2.0 GPA.

Registration Checklist for Public High School Students

Registration Checklist for Home-School Students

How Dual Enrollment Credits Count

When you complete courses through the dual enrollment program, your credits count as regular college credit earned at ENMU and are transferable to other New Mexico universities. Additionally, the credits you earn in this program count toward your high school graduation.

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Information for Homeschooled Students

Dual enrollment is available to you if you are home-schooled. Home-school students can take any 100- or 200-level course through ENMU. The course fees are waived, but you are responsible for purchasing your own textbooks.

Registration Checklist for Home-School Students

ENMU Library Access

You will have access to ENMU library resources during the semesters you take courses. This includes access to books, journals, research help, electronic reserves and more to help you succeed.

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Dropping a Course

If you end up not doing well in a dual enrollment course, you would need to contact your dual enrollment representative immediately to discuss your options. You do have the option to drop a course without affecting your permanent grade record if you do so before the posted “Late Drop” deadline.

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For More Information

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