Do you want the traditional college experience, but not the hefty price tag? Our partnerships with local universities give you the best of both worlds through dual admissions.
What is dual admission?
Dual admission means you’re officially a student at two colleges at once. Our programs are specifically designed for you to complete two years at STLCC, at our affordable rate, then seamlessly transition to our partner universities.
These programs offer many benefits, including:
- Giant savings. With our maintenance fees coming in at a fraction of what other universities cost, starting here saves you money in the long run.
- Ease of mind. No need to add the stress of applying for colleges while wrapping up your general education requirements. With these programs you’re admitted to both colleges at the same time, allowing you to focus on your studies, not application essays.
- Guaranteed transfer. Our programs are specially outlined to not only help you transfer, but also prepare you for the work you’ll find there.
- College perks. As a student at two colleges, you’ll reap the benefits of both institutions. Receive an affordable education with St. Louis Community College, but also enjoy all campus life has to offer at a four-year university.
Meet our partners
Saint Louis University
With clear program pathways, guided transfer planning and more than $30,000 in savings, a degree from Saint Louis University has never been more attainable than with the 2+SLU program.
Find out how STLCC can lead to a SLU degree and career in social work, aerospace engineering, public health and more.
University of Missouri–St. Louis
Dual admissions with UMSL offers a chance to maximize the transfer of credits, access to resources at both institutions throughout both degree programs and will receive advising and support at UMSL or on-site as you pursue your associate and baccalaureate degrees.
Contact Admissions and Enrollment Services
Enrollment Services offices are open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m.-6 p.m and Friday from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on all campuses.
Harrison Education Center