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Creating My Missouri State account
- Step-by-step instructions for setting up your account (pdf download)*
- Create your BearPass login and email address online now
- BearMail login
- How to merge student email with a Gmail account
- Changing the password for your student account (pdf download)*
Once you are enrolled in classes, you will receive your BearPass Card in the mail at your home address.
Check this page often to keep on top of important dates and deadlines.
Dropping a course
To drop a dual credit course, you must contact a Missouri State Dual Credit staff member. Complete and save the course drop form* and send to email@example.com as an pdf email attachment. Indicate, in your email, the reason you would like to drop the course.
Check these important dates and deadlines to determine if a partial refund will be available. The course must be dropped prior to the final drop deadline for there to be no impact on your transcript.
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Please remember that high school and college registrations are separate. Failure to notify the Dual Credit staff of your wish to drop a college course will mean you will remain registered at the university for the course. Should you not complete the course, a failing grade will be posted to your official transcript. After dropping a course for college credit you may still remain in the class for regular high school credit.
Earning the Missouri State Advantage Scholarship
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.
Pay your bill
Parents/Students have 5 options for paying Dual Credit tuition
Parents/Guardians will receive an email confirming student registration at the address provided by their student at the time of registration. This email will contain the link for providing consent and choosing one of the following payment options:
- Credit card or e-check to make full payment at time of consent
- Educational savings plan
- Tuition fee waiver (employee of MSU or Dual Credit instructor)
- Request a Payment Plan
- Mail a check directly to Missouri State University
Scott A. Jones
Administrative Specialist III