Dual Enrollment allows academically-talented students to earn college credit while still in high school. The courses are taught at the high school by high school staff who have been approved by their respective UNO Academic Departments.
1. Learn about Dual Enrollment
A Dual Enrollment representative will visit participating high schools during the beginning of each semester to explain the Dual Enrollment program. Information about Dual Enrollment will be passed out to the students and the online application will become available.
2. Apply Online
The online application must be submitted by the student within the two weeks following the high school visit date. An email will be sent to both the parent/guardian and the high school representative to approve participation in the program.
3. Receive Parental Approval
Once the application is submitted, the parent/guardian will receive an email to approve the application. The parent/guardian is required to approve the application by the deadline.
4. Pay the Dual Enrollment Fee
The cost for each Dual Enrollment course is a nonrefundable $250. After enrollment into the program, a billing statement will be mailed to the address provided on the application.
Get more information on cost and billing policies: Cost and Billing
See if you are eligible for the Access College Early (ACE) scholarship: ACE Scholarship
MavLINK is UNO's online student information system portal for students,
- Access class schedule
- View grades
- Send official transcripts
- Pay bill
After being enrolled
Returning Dual Enrollment Students
The student will continue to use the same NUID and password issued when first admitted into the Dual Enrollment Program to access their MAVlink account.
Forgot NUID and/or Password
Students can retrieve their forgotten NUID or password by visiting TrueYou. For further assistance, contact the Office of General Education and Dual Enrollment.
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