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Benefits of Dual Enrollment

  • Costs less than 25 percent of actual tuition and fees at UNO
  • Time to explore various areas of interest before having to declare a major in college
  • Experience college-level coursework in high school
  • Demonstrate competitiveness for admission to universities and for scholarships
  • More time in college to pursue a double major, explore internships, study abroad, or graduate early
  • Receive access to UNO campus
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Getting Started

View step-by-step instructions for UNO Dual Enrollment.

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High School Directory

Find UNO Dual Enrollment information specific for your school.

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Grading & Withdrawal Policies

Learn more about UNO's policies on grading and withdrawing from courses.

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Dual Enrollment, Early Entry, & Advanced Placement®

Understand the differences between Dual Enrollment, Early Entry, and Advanced Placement®.

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Dual Enrollment Advising

Request an academic advising appointment for UNO courses at your school

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Costs & Billing

Instructions and information on how to pay your UNO Dual Enrollment fee.

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Transferring Credits

Find out more about transferring your Dual Enrollment credits.

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Access College Early Scholarship Program

Learn more about the ACE scholarship and if you qualify.

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Office of General Education and Dual Enrollment

108 Eppley Administration Building
6001 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68182

Office: 402.554.3810
Fax: 402.554.3837
Emailunodualenroll@unomaha.edu