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LeTourneau University Online Dual Enrollment

LeTourneau University Online Dual Enrollment

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Are you looking for ways to pay for your college education? Check out dual enrollment options through LeTourneau University. Their online courses are available to all high school students, regardless of residence. 

While this option is less expensive than attending a university, it's still more expensive than homeschooling or dual enrollment that's financed by your state. Still, this is a Christian University, so the worldview may align with yours better, making it significantly more attractive in the long run. The pricing is the $90 per credit hour. 

Because they accept students in other countries, this is a perfect opportunity for military or missionary families, and others living overseas. Overseas families do need a reliable internet connection. They must also take into consideration that classes are based on Central Standard Time in the US, which is important for all homework submissions. 

There are perks for doing dual enrollment through LeTourneau. It includes an awesome scholarship opportunity for dual credit students who would like to attend university at their Longview, TX campus to study after high school graduation. The scholarship is worth $64,000 and is open to all dual credit students who complete one of our dual credit classes with a C or better, and meet the regular entrance requirements of the university.

Here are the details, from their brochures. 

Dual Credit Scholarship, awarded to all eligible LETU Dual Credit students.


  • Worth $16,000 per yr for 4 years, bringing the cost of tuition down to $12,770 per yr**
  • You can still qualify for Federal and State Aid in addition to this scholarship
  • Maintain a 2.0 GPA to automatically renew the scholarship every year
  ** Amount based on 2017-2018 tuition rates. Not stackable with our academic scholarships.


  • Must have passed a minimum of one LETU Dual Credit course before graduation
  • Min 20/ACT or 1030/SAT*
  • Min 2.5 GPA (4.0 scale)*
  • Must be enrolled full-time in the residential program at the Longview Campus
  * Please note these are the scholarship requirements. Acceptance into the Engineering program requires meeting the Engineering minimums of a 24 ACT or 1180 new SAT.


  • Submit the online application
  • Send in official high school transcript
  • Send in official test result (ACT or SAT) LETU School code: ACT- 4120 SAT- 6365
  • File FAFSA for additional Financial Aid! (LETU FAFSA code: 003584)

LeTourneau University has marvelous scholarships, and one thing they offer is a Homeschool Endowed Scholarship. That homeschool scholarship IS stackable with their Dual Credit Scholarship. However, it is not stackable with their merit scholarship, and instead they will grant the larger of the two. 

If this sounds like it might be a good fit for your family, contact Sharleen Hunt for more information, at 903-233-4334 or 

To apply for dual credit classes, find the application online at

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