Get registered for spring 2019
Registration through the enrollment portal begins January 10, 2019 and ends February 1, 2019.
If you are a new student, complete your application online.
If you are a returning student (you took courses in the fall semester), you may access your existing account and choose spring courses.
Can't remember your account password or login? Click Forgot your username or password? below the LOGIN button at MissouriState.DualEnroll.com.
Check with your teacher or counselor for a course list and registration tips.
Parents/guardians have payment options for Dual Credit tuition.
Missouri State Dual Credit
Connecting high school students to higher education with access and affordability.
Find out if you’re eligible to save time and money earning college and high school credit, at the same time, through Missouri State’s Dual Credit Program.
Missouri State’s dual credit courses are taught by college-approved high school instructors at participating high schools in Missouri. Our courses help you prepare for college with rigorous college-level coursework.
Courses are $70 per credit hour which is 60% less than the regular tuition rate and you will have no textbooks to buy or supplemental course fees to pay.
And when you complete 9 MSU dual credit courses, earning a cumulative MSU GPA of 3.25, you qualify for a $1,000 scholarship, called the Missouri State Advantage Scholarship, to apply toward your MSU degree when you register as a first-time student.
Check out this list of participating high schools and the approved dual credit courses they offer.
Things you need to know as a newbie.
Things you need to know as a student.
Things you need to know once you've completed your classes.
Note your registration dates, drop/refund deadlines and more.
Find an answer to a common question in this list of FAQs.
Learn how to become a dual credit instructor and discover helpful resources you can use as an instructor.
Scott A. Jones
Administrative Specialist III