How to Enroll
- New students must complete an undergraduate admissions application to participate. Returning students are not required to complete an admissions application.
Dual Credit Application Form
- Students are required to complete the dual credit registration form and follow the instructions outlined by the University and the high school. Registration for high school students is done at the participating high school; high schools are required to forward the application and registration forms to the University by the registration deadline.
Parent signatures are required for all registration forms.
- All students who wish to take English, Spanish, physics, chemistry, and/or mathematics must meet the following prerequisites in order to be enrolled. These are the same requirements that on-campus students must meet.
|CHM 101/101L General Chemistry I||ACT math sub-score of 22 or higher, or a math placement score of 33 or higher.|
|CHM 102/102L||CHM 101.|
|ENG 101 Composition and Rhetoric I||ACT English sub-score of 18 or above|
|ENG 102 Composition and Rhetoric II||Completion of ENG 101 with a grade of 'C' or higher|
|MAT 113 College Algebra||ACT Math sub-score or 22 or higher, or a math placement score of 33 or above.|
|MAT 114 Plane Trigonometry||Completion of MAT 113 with a grade of 'C' or higher, or ACT math sub-score of 26 or higher, or a math placement score of 42 or higher.|
|MAT 117 Elementary Statistics||ACT Math sub-score of 22 or higher, or a math placement score of 33 or higher.|
|MAT 121 Precalculus Mathematics||ACT Math sub-score of 22 or higher, or a math placement score of 33 or higher.|
|MAT 123 Calculus I||ACT Math sub-score of 30 or higher, or both MAT 113 and MAT 114 with a grade of 'C' or higher, or MAT 121 with a grade of 'C' or higher, or a math placement score of 48 or higher.|
|MAT 203 Calculus II||MAT 123 with a grade of 'C' or higher|
|PHY 101 College Physics I||ACT Math sub-score of 22 or higher, or a math placement score of 33 or higher; MAT 113 or MAT 121 recommended.|
|PHY 102 College Physics II||PHY 101; MAT 114 or MAT 121 recommended|
|SPA 105 Spanish I||Enrolled in or compoleted ENG 101 or equivalent.|
|SPA 205 Spanish II||Grade of 'C' or higher in SPA 105, or a satisfactory score on the placement test.|
|SPA 230 Introduction to Spanish Composition||A grade of 'C' or higher in SPA 205, or placement by examination.|
All courses offered by the Lincoln University Dual Credit Program must meet the same requirements as on-campus classes must meet at Lincoln University. Please note that course offerings may vary at participating high schools; please check to see which courses are offered at your school.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition for dual credit courses is $75.00 per credit hour. There are no additional fees associated with dual credit courses.
How to Pay Your Bill
Dual credit students can pay either 1) online through WebAdvisor, 2) by contacting the Cashier's Office at 573-681-5085 to pay by phone, or 3) by mailing a check to Lincoln University – ATTN Controllers Office, 820 Chestnut St. Jefferson City, MO., 65101.
DO NOT MAIL CHECKS TO THE DIVISION OF EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION AND EXTENDED STUDIES.
A dual credit student wishing to withdraw from a course must complete a course withdrawal form. Once completed, the form must be sent to the Division of Educational Innovation and Extended Studies. A student withdrawing from a course is subject to the same rules as any other University student and must meet deadlines for refunds as published in the University calendar.
Students may view their grades through the WebAdvisor portal. In accordance with FERPA guidelines, the University typically does not release grades to parents without the authorization of the student. All grades earned through the Lincoln University Dual Credit Program go on the student's permanent academic transcript.
Transferability of Credit
Most dual credit courses will transfer to other public colleges and universities within Missouri. Some institutions may limit the amount of courses students can transfer to their institution. Students are strongly encouraged to consult with their prospective undergraduate institution to determine its dual credit transfer policy.
List of Courses and Descriptions
Click the button below to view a complete list and description of potential dual credit courses.
Transcript requests must be completed online through the National Student Clearinghouse. Please be aware that any request mailed to the Registrar's Office after December 1, 2018 will be returned to sender. To begin the process of requesting an official transcript please click here.