You take your high school courses seriously. So why not use your hard work to shave semesters—and some serious dollars—off your education. Earn college credit for what you’re already doing: taking challenging courses at your high school.
What is Dual Credit?
Dual credit classes are college credit-bearing classes taught by high school teachers, usually at your high school. These classes align with classes taught on STLCC campuses. This ensures you're getting a college-level experience that conveniently fits in your schedule.
Why Dual Credit?
Save Money Today and Tomorrow
Dual credit classes cost just $25 per credit hour. Even at highly-discounted rates, other programs cost around 60 percent more than our dual-credit program. But the real savings happen when you transfer the credits to a four-year university, saving hundreds of tuition dollars.
Earn Credits Toward Your Diploma and Degree
We partner with local high schools to offer certain high school classes for dual credit. This means you’re on track for graduation, while earning college credit from STLCC.
Start Here. Go Anywhere ...
When you choose STLCC, you choose credits that are designed to transfer. So when you move on to another college or university, you can trust the work you’ve put in will count. Learn more about Missouri's CORE 42 Program for classes that are transferable, guaranteed.
Who Can Apply?
To participate in the dual-credit program, you must demonstrate you’re ready for college classes. We look for students who are high school:
- Seniors and juniors with a 2.5 GPA or higher
- Sophomores with a 3.0 GPA or higher
To enroll, you'll need to receive permission from one of your school’s administrators and a parent or guardian. You must also meet all course prerequisites.
Cost of Dual Credit
Dual credit courses cost $25 per credit hour.
Students who qualify for our Jumpstart Scholarship can take up to 6 credit hours of dual credit each semester for free. The Jumpstart Scholarship is automatically awarded to students who have a 2.6 GPA or higher and who are free/reduced lunch eligible.
Enrolling in Dual Credit
Follow these steps to get set up for your first semester as a dual-credit student:
- Apply at stlcc.edu/apply
- Find your STLCC A# - Your A# will arrive via email shortly after submitting your STLCC application
- Submit your class request - During our registration window, fill out the Dual Credit Class Request form to ensure you're registered in your classes. Our team will register you in your classes and send you a confirmation email when registration is complete.
- Complete the Parent/Guardian Authorization. An approval email will be sent to your parent/guardian as soon as you submit your class request form. Your parent must complete the approval form before you can be registered for dual credit.
- Pay for your classes - Pay for your classes in full by cash, check or credit card at the Cashier’s Office on campus or online through Banner Self-Service.
Important Dates & Deadlines
Registration & Payment Deadlines
Fall 2021 Registration
Aug. 16-Sept. 12
Spring 2022 Registration
Jan. 3-Feb. 6
All Dual Credit Class Request forms and parent approvals must by received by 11:59 pm on the final day of the registration window. No late forms will be accepted.
Dual Credit Tuition Deadlines
Fall-Start Classes: Oct. 8, 2021
Spring-Start Classes: March 4, 2022
Drop & Withdrawal Deadlines
Fall-Only Dual Credit Courses
Spring-Only Dual Credit Courses
Year-Long Dual Credit Courses
Full refund issued and class is removed from STLCC transcript
|Sept. 16||Feb. 10||Sept. 16|
Withdraw with a W grade and 80% refund
|-||-||Sept. 18-Oct. 1|
Withdraw with a W grade and 50% refund
|Sept. 18-24||Feb. 11-18||Oct. 2-15|
Withdraw with a W grade and 0% refund
|Sept. 25-Nov. 12||Feb. 19-April 8||Oct. 16-March 4|
Need More Info? Contact Us
Florissant Valley Campus
Eboni Buckels | firstname.lastname@example.org | 314-513-4251
High Schools served by the Florissant Valley campus:
|Hazelwood Central High School||Hazelwood East High School||Hazelwood West High School||Jennings High School|
|Lutheran North High School||McCluer High School||McCluer North High School||McCluer South-Berkeley High School|
|Normandy High School||North County Technical High School||Pattonville High School||Ritenour High School|
|Riverview Gardens High School||Trinity Catholic High School|
Forest Park Campus
Tanya Wilson | email@example.com | 314-644-9575
High Schools served by the Forest Park campus:
|Beaumont Technical High School||Cardinal Ritter College Preparatory High School||Carnahan High School of the Future||Central Visual and Performing Arts High School|
|Clayton High School||Cleveland NJROTC High School||Clyde Miller Career Academy||Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience Magnet High School|
|Confluence Academy||Gateway Science Academy||Gateway STEM High School||McKinley Leadership Academy|
|Metro Academic & Classical High School||Northwest Academy of Law||Roosevelt High School||Soldan International Studies High School|
|St. Louis College Prep||Sumner High School||University City High School||Vashon High School|
Diana Johnson | firstname.lastname@example.org | 314-984-7682
High Schools served by the Meramec campus:
|Affton High School||Bayless High School||Brentwood High School||Chaminade College Preparatory School|
|Hancock Place High School||Ladue Horton Watkins High School||Kirkwood High School||Maplewood-Richmond Heights High School|
|Mehlville High School||Oakville High School||South Technical High School||St. Mary's High School|
|Webster Groves High School|
Erica Fennewald | email@example.com | 636-422-2014
High Schools served by the Wildwood campus:
|Eureka High School||Fern Ridge High School||Lafayette High School||Lindbergh High School|
|Marquette High School||Pacific High School||Parkway Central High School||Parkway South High School|
|Parkway West High School||Rockwood Summit High School||Valley Park High School|
If your high school is not listed, please contact Coco Madision-Askew at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-513-4216.