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Dual Enrollment Coordinator

 Lynette Gossen-Blackman  337-524-7600




Job Well Done!
Congratulations to all Juniors and Seniors who participated in the Spring 2018 Dual Enrollment Semester.
The Final Grade average was 92%! This ranks as the highest average that our students have earned in 6 years!

We commend you for representing yourself and DTSMA with such integrity.



Ending of Spring 2018 Semester:
As the semester comes to a close, here are a few reminders:
- Your Final grade in your course needs to be a C or higher to consider as passing the class.
- Any courses that are not passed will require reimbursement to David Thibodaux Stem for tuition.
- All Final exams and projects will end on May 4 (ULL) and May 5 (SLCC)
- Students will attend DTSMA for your classes when your class at the college is completed.
- I will give you a copy of your Unofficial Transcript and grade once they have posted to the College Transcripts.  May 9
-If you ride the bus and complete your class earlier than May 5, please inform Ms. Hebert that you will not need transportation. This will help her know when she no longer needs to run the route. Notifying me would also help.

 The deadline for submitting a Dual Enrollment Application is Wednesday, April 18

After this date, students who wish to take a college course will be added to the Spring 2019 roster for consideration.

  • The Application Process for the Fall 2018 semester will begin in mid March.Students will need to request an Application from Ms. Gossen Blackman in room 201.The Fall college semester will begin on: SLCC August 13 ULL August 20
  • There will be a mandatory Dual Enrollment Orientation before the LPSS school year begins. The date will be posted here once it has been set.

Dual Enrollment Information Fall 2018


Fall 2018


To: Parents and Potential Dual Enrolled Students

Dual Enrollment credit from ULL/South Louisiana Community College qualifications are listed below. Certain criteria must be met in order for registration to take place.


  1. Be on track for completing graduation requirements and have an accumulative grade point average of 3.0 in courses taken/completed at DTSMA.

  2. Meet the recommended Pre ACT/ ACT test scores for program entry. 

  3. Complete the required dual enrollment application process of SLCC/ULL.

  4. ***Tuition may be paid when funding sources become available. Until that time, tuition will remain the responsibility of the student/parent.  If the student wishes to take a second class, they will assume the cost of the course at the same rate that LPSS covers. (Spring 2018 SLCC $536.88 3 credits : ULL $200 3 credits student share.)

  5. If  the student fails /withdraws from the course (anything less than ‘C’), they are required to refund  the money to the DTSMA Dual Enrollment Program. The student will become ineligible to take other courses paid for by the district/school from that point on. The student cannot enroll in a Dual Enrollment class unless they have reimbursed DTSMA for the failed course.

  6. Preference will be given to senior students

  7. Preference will be given to those with a commendable discipline record.

  8. High school administration will be involved in choosing the high school students for dual enrollment participation at SLCC/ULL.

  9. To enroll in any college level transfer course, a student must meet these minimum requirements:

    • Be on track to complete the Louisiana Core 4 curriculum AND

    • Pre ACT/ACT Composite of at least 19 (SLCC), ULL (21)  AND  PreACT/ACT English subscore of at least 18  AND  PreACT/ACT  Math subscore of at least 19 OR have completed all college developmentals in both math and English.