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Dual Credit

A head start on your
college education

LeTourneau University's dual enrollment program allows high school students who have at least a 3.0 high school GPA to earn college credit as they complete the requirements for their high school degree. Explore what college classes are really like and reduce the overall tuition costs of college. For Fall 2021, a $17,000 scholarship is available to eligible students enrolled full-time in a residential program at our Longview campus who have also passed at least one LETU dual credit course. 

Attend classes online, at select high schools or at LeTourneau's main campus in Longview, Texas. You do not need to be enrolled at a partner high school to take classes through LeTourneau.  See a full list of locations and classes.


  • Overview
  • Dual Credit Scholarship
  • FAQs
  • Technical Support
  • Academic Support


Student programs at LeTourneau University are taught using Christian principles and values built upon a foundation of biblical authority, which glorify God by integrating faith, learning and living. We help students develop a maturing relationship with God, encouraging them to know Him through His Son, Jesus Christ.

We are mindful of the need for service and Christian witness in the broader community and we encourage students to responsibly communicate their views, values and Christian faith to the world.


As a parent, you want to help your student prepare for the demands of college-level study. LeTourneau's integrated approach extends to all aspects of student study, providing opportunities for intellectual, spiritual, emotional and social development. Participating in a dual enrollment program will provide your child with a more rigorous academic experience within a welcoming environment that supports their success. Parents can take pride in their students' achievement as they develop self-discipline and grow spiritually and intellectually.

Students who take LeTourneau dual credit courses during their high school career make great LeTourneau students.

We're so sure of it, that we offer a $17,000 per year scholarship to qualifying students who have passed at least one LETU dual credit course and then enroll as a freshmen at LeTourneau. 

See our Financial Aid pages for the full details on eligibility and application.

The Dual Credit scholarship cannot be combined with or stacked onto any previously awarded merit based scholarships from LeTourneau.  You are still eligible for additional state and federal aid.

What are the requirements to participate in the Dual Credit Program?

To be dually enrolled, the student must:

  • Apply for admission.
  • Submit a high school transcript detailing courses taken and grades received before the date of dual enrollment. (Not required if attending a partner school.)
  • Have a 3.0 GPA (unweighted)
  • Be enrolled in high school before the first day of the semester.

What is the cost?

$90 per credit hour plus the cost of any required textbook or calculator.

When should students enroll in the program?

Most of our students attend in 11th & 12th grade, however, the program is open to all high school students.

Are college entrance exams required for admission?

LETU does not require entrance exams for admission, however, there are prerequisites required for some courses and some high schools require the TSI or other placement exams.

Do you provide help with the technology?

Yes, our LETU tech support team provides ongoing support and instruction.

How do your online classes work?

Our classes are asynchronous, meaning they aren't live. You can log into our portal and work on your homework whenever it is convenient. Please keep in mind that our courses are not self-paced. There is homework due every week by certain days and times.

Are dual credit students able to take the global 5-week classes?

No. Dual credit students can only participate in the 15-week full semester classes except for a few summer classes.

Do you give scholarships to participate in the Dual Credit Program?

The dual credit tuition is approximately one-third the traditional cost per credit hour, providing a significant value for high school students.

Do other colleges accept the credits for these classes?

LeTourneau is a four-year university accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and schools. Credits should have no difficulty transferring. If you know the college you plan to attend post-high school, you may want to inquire as to their specific requirements.

Is tutoring offered?

Yes! Tutoring and other help are offered through the Achievement Center at no additional cost.

Is there a limit to the number of credit hours a dual credit student can earn?

There is no limit, however, it is best to start with 1 or 2 courses.

Can a dual credit student earn an associate degree while earning their high school diploma?

Yes! It is possible to earn an Associate of Interdisciplinary Studies degree with proper scheduling and if a student begins early.

Is a student automatically accepted as a traditional student if they have participated in the Dual Credit Program?

No. Any student interested in enrolling in the traditional residential program must meet the regular entrance requirements for acceptance.



When is my LetNet account created if I am a dual credit student?
If you are a dual credit student, your account is created when you are accepted to the program. You will receive notification upon your acceptance, via email, with instructions for creating your LetNet account. In addition, you will receive your student ID, which will remain the same during your entire academic career at LeTourneau University. Generally this will take place within 48 hours of your acceptance, but at times it might take a little longer. 

So, what happens when I create my LetNet account?
For one thing, an @letu.edu email address is created for you, and you'll gain access to the LetNet Webmail system. Be sure to check your @LETU.edu email inbox daily. This is the only email your instructor will use to communicate with you. You will also receive specific course instructions and campus announcements at your LETU email address.

What do I do if I still need more help?
If you still need more help, you will want to talk to someone in our IT department. Technicians are available for extended hours to help you get everything set up and working as quickly as possible. Click here for information on requesting help, hours of availability, and locations.

Writing Center



The Writing Center provides LeTourneau dual credit students with feedback on current writing assignments. Our tutoring staff will help you meet the challenge of effective college writing in all disciplines.



Our Staff will help you meet the challenge of effective college level writing by providing tips on:

  • Getting started on writing assignments
  • Developing strong introductions and conclusions
  • Creating transitions
  • Improving organizational strategies
  • Using evidence for support
  • Grammar, punctuation and sentence structure
  • Citing sources correctly (MLA, APA)

Please submit your paper directly to the Writing Center at writingcenter@letu.edu.



Online Tutoring

LeTourneau University provides our dual credit students with online tutoring from Tutor.com. Many students have already used Tutor.com and have found the tutors to be very helpful.

Some of the subjects available include: 

  • Math
  • Writing
  • History
  • Business (including accounting, economics and finance)
  • Computer Science (including MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint)

Students must contact a coordinator first before logging in:

Eva Luckey


Library Services

Need help with your research paper? Need help with accessing databases? Don't know where to begin?


The library staff and student workers can assist you with your research questions.

  • Visit the library: Stop by the circulation desk to receive assistance.
  • Phone: Contact us to answer any questions. 903.233.3260
  • Email: Send us an email to ask questions at library@letu.edu.
  • Libguides: Access research guides here.




Believing In The Benefits

Dual Credit: Sarah's Story 








Learning From An Expert

Dual Credit: Sharleen Hunt Interview

Dual Credit Registration


Application Walkthrough PDF

New Students

Returning Students


Important Dates

Spring Registration Opens - Nov 16

Offices Closed for Winter Break - Dec 24 - Jan3

Spring Classes Begin - Jan 11

Summer Registration Opens - April 1

Summer Classes Begin - May 10


On-Campus Courses
Fall 2020-Spring 2021

Online Courses
Fall 2020-Spring 2021

Summer Courses - Online & On-Campus
Summer 2021

Questions? Contact:


Sharleen Hunt