Dual Enrollment vs. Advanced Placement®
Understanding the difference between Dual Enrollment and Advanced Placement® can be challenging. Here are a few distinctions and resources to consider:
College credit earned through the dual enrollment program is based on a student's cumulative performance throughout the duration of the UNO Dual Credit course. A student will receive UNO credit on their UNO transcript if they have submitted an approved application, paid the appropriate
Note: If you are enrolled and successfully pass a UNO Dual Enrollment class for which you are awarded academic credit, you cannot be awarded additional academic credit at UNO via the Advanced Placement® (AP®) Credit process for the same class.
Advanced Placement® is administered by the College Board®. Earning college credit through Advanced Placement® depends on how well students perform on the national AP® exam in May. Not every student who passes an AP® course will achieve a score high enough on the national AP® exam to earn college credit.
Nebraska Association of Collegiate Registrars & Admission Office (NACRAO)As a NACRAO Member institution committed to educating Nebraska's residents about the opportuntiies, benefits, processes and procedures associated with higher learning, the University of Nebraska at Omaha compiled a NACRAO FAQ. The intention is to assist with individuals considering Dual Enrollment and/or Advanced Placement®.
To obtain copies of official AP® grade reports, contact College Board® directly at 888.CALL.4AP or visit College Board®.
The College Board® code for the University of Nebraska at Omaha is 6420. You may find this and other college/university codes on the AP® Student website.
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Review UNO's policies regarding specific subject areas accepted and scores required via the Office of the University Registrar.