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Returning Student Form

This form is required each semester after your first semester. 

If your are NEW to dual enrollment with APSU, you do not need to complete this form. 

Enter your cell number if you would like to receive informational and reminder texts from APSU's Office of Dual Enrollment. If you do not wish to receive text messages, simply type "NA".
Where will you be taking classes?

The information you provide below will be reviewed by an advisor; you will be contacted if there are questions or concerns.

NOTE: Submitting this form does not register you for class or reserve a seat in the class. Your answers will be reviewed by an advisor, who may reach out to you if we need to provide any additional information to you based on your selections below.
Please select the courses you intend to register for this semester with APSU:
Please note that indicating courses on this form does NOT register you for the course or guarantee a seat in the course.

The requirement for textbooks varies by class and instructor. 

Many dual enrollment classes taught by high school instructors are taught using textbooks provided by the high school, meaning there is no out of pocket textbook expense for a student. 

All other classes - online, main campus, collaborative, and APSU instructor-led classes - will have textbooks that students must purchase or rent.

Many online classes utilize a digital textbook that is automatically loaded to D2L, but not all do. Please ask your instructor for clarification on textbook access for online courses. If a digital textbook is loaded to your D2L, there will be an automatic charge placed on your student account for the textbook cost. Textbook expenses are not covered by the TN Dual Enrollment Grant or APSU and are the financial responsibility of the student.

It is the student's responsibility to utilize the Textbook Express tool located in their OneStop Web Self-Service to determine their textbook needs for any class in which you are enrolled. When in doubt, reach out to your instructor to confirm your textbook needs.
Please acknowledge your responsibility for textbooks:

Applications for the Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant (DEG) must be submitted online at https://www.tn.gov/collegepays/tsac-student-portal.html. It is the student's responsibility to apply for the grant, understand their individual award amount, and pay any remaining out-of-pocket expense each semester. Please feel free to contact our office for help determining your grant status and financial responsibility. Please check one of the following:

Please select one of the following:

The state requires that students maintain a 2.75 combined college GPA in order to remain eligible for grant/HOPE funding from semester-to-semester. You may check your combined college GPA by contacting the dual enrollment office of the college(s) you are dual enrolled with. (Please note, your college GPA differs from your high school GPA.)
Please acknowledge that you understand that your combined college GPA must be 2.75 or high in order to remain eligible for grant funding from semester-to-semester:

If you take more than one course per semester you must meet HOPE eligibility (GPA of 3.0 or an ACT score of 21; home school students must meet ACT requirements). Once you have received DEG funding for the first four dual enrollment courses ($1,200), any DEG funding received for courses five through ten will be deducted from your HOPE Scholarship first semester award (up to $1,800).
Please check all that apply:
If you are not enrolled anywhere else, type "No".
If you haven't dual enrolled anywhere else, type "No".

Students may receive awards in the same semester for courses taken at different institutions.

By e-signing below, you agree to the terms of the Consortium Agreement found at http://apsu.edu/govnow/financial-aid/policies_eligibility.php. In addition, your grades from prior dual enrollment courses at other institutions impact your grant eligibility. We will verify your enrollment with the other institution prior to posting any funding to your student account.

If you qualify for a fee discount based on your parent’s employment, please submit the appropriate form prior to each semester of enrollment. Forms may be scanned and emailed to govnow@apsu.edu.

Links to all forms are found at www.apsu.edu/bursar/discounts.
I authorize the release of my information (to include GPA, course schedule, transcripts, account information and other details) to and by the high school and post-secondary institution(s) as needed for academic purposes.
I, the student, agree to the terms and conditions outlined in this Returning Student Acknowledgement Form.
Please check the box to confirm you agree.
ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE. This Acknowledgement and Certification of Understanding ("Acknowledgement") is to let you know that by submitting an electronic signature, you are providing an electronic mark, that is held to the same standard as a legally binding equivalent of a handwritten signature provided by you. For purposes of the acknowledgement, a digital mark is considered a typed legal First and Last name (legal name may include middle name, initial or suffix) followed by the typed date. Any document requiring an electronic signature may contain a signature acknowledgment statement provided in the same area requiring the electronic signature.

AGREEMENT. By signing this Acknowledgement, I agree that my electronic signature is the legally binding equivalent to my handwritten signature. Whenever I execute an electronic signature, it has the same validity and meaning as my handwritten signature. I will not, at any time in the future, repudiate the meaning of my electronic signature or claim that my electronic signature is not legally binding.

CERTIFICATION OF UNDERSTANDING. I also understand, acknowledge, agree and certify that:

• I accept my responsibilities in the use of electronic signatures as described on this form.

I, the parent, agree to the terms and conditions outlined in this Returning Student Acknowledgement Form.