Neville High School is pleased to be able to offer both face to face and on-line dual enrollment classes for our students. We strive to provide a challenging curriculum for our students while helping them begin their post-secondary careers. Tuition for high school students is well below the regular cost at the respective schools, and Neville also provides the textbooks which results in a considerable cost savings. This program gives students an opportunity to begin their college educations with a head start on their grade point averages and hours toward their TOPS “completion ratios.”
We have an agreement with the University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) to provide classes. Specific course offerings may vary from semester to semester, or year to year, as interest demands, or as instructors become available. Below you will find the courses listed which we currently offer. Instructors are a combination of Neville faculty who are credentialed to teach at the college level and ULM professors.
With few exceptions, all of the classes offered here are on the Louisiana state articulation list, which means that these courses are transferable to any other school under the Louisiana university systems. Transfer to private schools in-state, or to schools out-of-state, will depend on the receiving school.
The Neville Dual Enrollment Office also works with students who want to take advantage of the collegiate programs on the ULM campus. This allows our high school students to take courses on the other campuses that are not available here, yet benefit from the same tuition cost savings. . Encourage your students
to take the ACT test by the end of their freshman year. Dual Enrollment courses are offered to
sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Our office also works with students who wish to take technical courses at Delta Community College under the TOPS Tech program.
Please feel free to contact us with questions or concerns about the dual enrollment program at Neville High School. We are happy to serve you.
Dual Enrollment Coordinator
323-2237 X 1229
323-2237 X 1257
ULM dual enrollment:
Requirements: (These requirements are changing for the upcoming year.)
Composite ACT 18, GPA 3.0 (2.5-2.9 with permission)
- Grade level must be 10th or above.
- Students must be addressing the Louisiana Core 4 curriculum.
- All course prerequisites must be met.
Students must complete online application.
Courses offered and the Neville class in which to enroll:
(Additional requirement of English sub score of 18)
English 1001 (3 hrs) – Fall – (English IV AP)
English 1002 (3 hrs) – Spring – (English IV AP)
(Additional requirement of math sub score of 19)
Math 093 (3 hrs) Fall - (Adv. Math Pre-Cal) Remedial with math sub score less than 19
Math 1011 (3 hrs) Spring –(Advanced Math Pre-Cal H)
Math 1012 (3 hrs) Fall - (Advanced Math Pre-Cal H)
Math 1014 (3 hrs) Fall – entire year course – (Calculus)
Math 1016 (3 hrs) Spring - entire year course -( Adv.Math - Pre-Cal)
Biology 1001 (3 hrs) – Fall – entire year course (Biology II DE)
Biology 1009 (1 hr Lab – cost $150) – Spring - must be registered for Bio 1001
French 1001 (3 hrs) Fall – entire year (French III or IV H)
French 1002 (3 hrs) Fall – entire year French IV H)
Latin 1001 (3 hrs) Fall – entire year (Latin II or III)
Latin 1002 (3 hrs) Fall – entire year (Latin II or III)
Cost - $50 per semester hour. (i.e. Three hour course = $150) Neville supplies the text book. (The regular cost of a three hour course at ULM is now $1,052.15, including fees, but does not include the textbook.)
On-line registration – Registration must be completed on line. The major registration window will be in the spring for the following fall. There will be a very short registration window in the fall for transfer students. Check on the ULM website or with the Neville Dual Enrollment office for specific dates. www.ulm.edu/dualenrollment
- Do NOT use a number for your user name.
- Choose #8 “dual enrollment application” in the drop-down box (#8)
Students that have never taken a ULM dual enrollment class, or students with a break in enrollment, will be required to complete online applications
ACT scores must be sent electronically directly to ULM and must be received before the student can be officially enrolled in ULM courses. You may go to www.actstudent.org and request records be sent to ULM site code 1598 if you have not previously listed ULM as a school choice. There must be a current parental consent form on file at Neville in order for any school to be able to access test scores.
Students with consecutive semesters of enrollment only have to turn in the signature page, available from the Neville dual enrollment office. New students must turn in the signature page, a check for $20, payable to ULM for the registration fee, and the immunization page filled in at the top and then signed as a waiver at the bottom with “dual enrollment student” as the reason. Forms may be picked up from the rack outside of the Neville Dual Enrollment Office.
Dates for the application window, enrollment cancellation, tuition payments, and course drop dates will be posted, as they are known.
NOTE: Dropping a class with the Neville Guidance Department does not automatically drop a student from the university course. Students are responsible for obtaining the appropriate drop slip, completing it, and returning it to the Dual Enrollment Office by the drop date. Failure to drop a university course will result in an “F” on the student’s college transcript. Classes dropped between the cancellation date and the drop date will result in a “W” on the student transcript.