Dual credit is a program specifically designed for high school students who are ready for the challenge of college academics. The program enables high-performing students to simultaneously earn high school credit and college credit for coursework completed in the high school classroom.
|Tuition per credit hour ($96)||$2,880|
|Admission Fee - waived||$0|
|Books (provided by HS)||$0|
General Fees - waived
|Campus Living Expenses||$0|
|Tuition per credit hour (in-state)||$7,748|
General Fees ($44 per cr)
|Campus Living Expenses||~$9,358|
To be eligible to enroll in dual credit courses at UCM, you must meet the following criteria:
|11th or 12th graders with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher||
|11th or 12th graders with a cumulative GPA between 2.5-2.99||
|10th graders with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher||
|9th graders with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher||
Students must meet course placement and eligibility criteria at the time of enrollment.
Yes, admission and registration for college credit in high school classes must be completed, in DualEnroll, by the following deadlines:
September 2 - Applications and course requests due in DualEnroll
October 14 - Last day to drop college courses with no course record or tuition penalty (100% refund)
November 11 - Last day to drop college courses with a grade of "W" (full tuition penalty)
January 27 - Applications and course requests due in DualEnroll
March 10 - Last day to drop college courses with no course record or tuition penalty (100% refund)
April 7 - Last day to drop college courses with a grade of "W" (full tuition penalty)
Once enrolled, students can access their billing statement anytime through MyCentral. Hard-copy statements will be mailed to home addresses but only twice per semester as follows:
Starting in Fall 2022 dual credit tuition will be $96 per credit hour. Tuition may be paid in installments, at a suggested rate of 25% of your total balance, each month. Tuition must be paid in full by the end of the semester to avoid late fees and further consequences.
Parents must be authorized by their student for access to UCM's payment center. Follow these instructions to authorize additional users.
Your Network ID and password should be used in UCM web sites or applications configured for single sign-on that prompts you for credentials.
If you don’t know or remember your Network ID, you can retrieve it through the Username Recovery application. This will email your Network ID to the personal email account that is on record.
UCM's dual credit program has ample variety in course modalities available to students, including:
UCM ID cards are available upon request online through MyCentral with in-person pick up at our ID Center (government-issued photo ID required for pick up).
Your UCM ID gives you access to the bookstore, library services, performing arts and sporting events, as well as access to the Wellness and Rec Center (with paid membership fee).
There are a few things to know about dropping a college course:
UCM does not send grade reports to parents or students. Students can access final grades through MyCentral.
Final grades are generally available the Tuesday after finals week.
Missouri Senate Bill 997 established the seamless transferability of core college credits between all public four and two-year institutions in the state. This core transfer curriculum is known as CORE42 and it has been in place since 2018. See the CORE42 list here.
The completion of the CORE 42 at any public institution of higher education will transfer to every other public institution of higher education in the state and substitute for the receiving institution’s general education requirement. Individual courses that comprise the CORE 42 are guaranteed to transfer one-to-one among all public colleges and universities.
If transferring credits to other states, credits may or may not satisfy individual program requirements as this is dependent upon the course, major area of study, and/or specific institution requirements. See course transfer equivalencies here.
At UCM, high school graduates enrolling immediately after graduation and carrying dual credits are classified as incoming freshmen, instead of transfer students. Therefore, you will retain your full scholarship eligibility and see no negative impact on your financial aid.
Dual credit may in fact help your scholarship applications by establishing a college GPA before high school graduation. This gives you definite advantage come application time over students without college credits. Just be sure to maintain good grades!
Each tax year, the SFS office prepares a tax document, known as a 1098-T, for students that have made payments toward eligible billed charges, such as tuition. The IRS requires a valid mailing address and student social security number for 1098-T form submissions. See SFS FAQs to learn more about the 1098-T.