High School Representatives
- Dual Enrollment teachers are considered adjunct professors at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Therefore, as a teacher you will have benefits that will enhance your professional, classroom and teaching experiences.
- Access to the UNO Criss Library
- Textbook, field trips, course materials
- Some scholarships for masters level courses
- Professional development opportunities with colleagues
- Department specific benefits
Applying for Dual Enrollment
Check out the UNO department requirements by calling: 402.554.3832
- According to Nebraska’s Coordinating Commission for Postsecondary Education (CCPE), all high school instructors must have at least a master’s degree to teach a Dual Enrollment course. However, UNO departments reserve the right to exceed those guidelines.
- Dual Enrollment Instructor Application
- Course syllabus
- Sample tests, quizzes, or examples of student work may be requested.
All documents can be emailed to: email@example.com
Grading and Advanced Placement Policies
Students will receive college credit for the semester or full year Dual Enrollment course based on the grade the student earns. The grade that is put on the students UNO transcript, is the same letter grade that the student earned in the high school class. After completion of the course, teachers will post grades via MavLINK
- Step-by-step grading instructions: Grade Posting Instructions
Many Dual Enrollment courses are also Advanced Placement courses. For students who dual enroll in AP courses, the AP exam is paid for from the Dual Enrollment fee, but is not required by UNO. UNO encourages students to take the exam as they could earn additional college credit based on their score and how its accepted at the college or university they plan to attend.
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