Dual Enrollment

  • A staff member adjusts a student's graduation regaliaOmaha Public Schools partners with Metropolitan Community College (MCC), University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO), and Midland University to provide high school students the opportunity to take more than 40 college-credit courses through Dual Enrollment. Dual Enrollment courses are taught by college-approved high school teachers and are generally offered at a lower cost than traditional college courses. Students gain exposure to the academic challenges of college within the supports of the high school environment. The courses are taught at a student's high school or the Career Center.  

    Students in grades nine through 12 can participate in Dual Enrollment as long as all eligibility requirements are met. Participating in Dual Enrollment helps students prepare for college and workforce success and increases the chances that a student will complete college. 

    Generally, college credit earned in dual enrollment courses will transfer to a different college as elective credit. Students need to earn a grade of “C” or higher for the credit to be transferable.

    Students who qualify for Free and Reduced Meals can apply for the Access College Early (ACE) Scholarship. The ACE Scholarship covers three dual enrollment courses in 2021-2022.

    For a list of all available courses, please check with your student's high school. 

2018-19 Dual Enrollment Figures

  • 13,816 credits earned
  • 3,552 students in Dual Enrollment


  • What is Dual Enrollment?

  • Why should my student enroll as a Dual Enrollment student? 

  • How much does a Dual Enrollment course cost?

  • Are there any scholarships/grants that help pay for Dual Enrollment?

  • What UNO courses correspond to Dual Enrollment courses?

  • My student is not planning on attending UNO. Is there a way to check with other universities to see if they accept Dual Enrollment?

  • My student has been accepted into the school of engineering. How would I go about discovering if these credits would transfer?

  • Does my student have to go to the UNO campus?

  • Do students have to take the AP Exam in May?

  • Why are only a few AP classes involved in Dual Enrollment?

  • Why does my class have to wait until January to apply for Dual Enrollment?

  • What if I earn a grade lower than a C in my Dual Enrollment class?

  • What if I apply then decide to not take the class as Dual Enrollment?

  • Does the Dual Enrollment application count for regular admission to UNO?

  • What do I need to do to let my university know about my Dual Enrollment credits through UNO?

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