Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment allows academically talented students to earn college credit while still in high school. College-bound students can get a jump on their degree and maximize their time in advanced high school classes. Dual enrollment helps students remain engaged in high school and helps prepare for college-level curriculum.

"Dual Enrollment is a wonderful opportunity for students to get a taste of college classes for a fraction of tuition costs."
- Parent of Dual Enrollment Student, Spring 2017 

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About Dual Enrollment

Learn about the Dual Enrollment Program at UNO and its resources and benefits.

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Getting Started

Learn how to start earning college credits through the UNO Dual Enrollment Program.

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Documents & Resources

Find important Dual Enrollment documents and links all gathered in one place.

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Find details about information nights, APĀ® study sessions and special events.

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High School Representatives

Information for high school teachers who want to become a part of the Dual Enrollment Program.

Early Entry Program

The UNO Early Entry Program is comprised of three separate entities: Early Entry, OPS Middle College, and Summer Scholars.

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General Education

Many Dual Enrollment courses are "Gen Eds" and fulfill UNO degree requirements. Learn more about our General Education Curriculum.

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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 

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