The Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Scholarship covers tuition and fees for high school students taking dual credit or dual enrollment coursework from an approved provider.  Changes to the Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Scholarship, including changes to the eligibility criteria, will be effective beginning with the fall 2022 semester.   

 

Information about this new scholarship is still being finalized.  This page will be updated periodically as more information becomes available.

 

Am I eligible?

 

To be eligible for assistance you must meet the following requirements:

  • Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and a Missouri resident
  • Enroll in dual credit/dual enrollment classes through an approved Missouri college or university
  • Have a minimum 2.5 unweighted, cumulative high school grade point average and have otherwise met the high school’s requirements for taking dual credit or dual enrollment classes
  • Meet one or more of the following indicators of financial need:
    • Immediate family eligible for free and reduced lunch
    • Living in a foster home
    • Ward of the state
    • Homeless as defined by the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act
    • Immediate family receiving low income public assistance (SNAP, WIC, etc.)
    • Living in federal subsidized public housing

 

 

Is the scholarship limited to certain dual credit or dual enrollment providers?

 

Students can receive the scholarship for dual credit or dual enrollment courses taken from most Missouri public and private colleges and universities that offer such coursework. These institutions meet the definition of an approved institution.