Acceptance of Dual Enrollment credit is up to each college or university. It is the student’s responsibility to find out how the college or university accepts the Dual Enrollment credit. Many institutions have a general statement on their website that explains their transfer credit policy.
Students are encouraged to ask the colleges or universities the following five important questions:
Does your institution accept Dual Enrollment credit?
If yes, how would you take Dual Enrollment credit from UNO? (i.e. course number and name)
If no, what score is needed on the AP exam to receive credit, and for which course would it count?
Will I be considered a freshman regardless of the number of credits I bring in? (Make sure that you would still be eligible for all freshman scholarships.)
Would the credits I bring to college count against the overall length and amount of any scholarships that I might receive?
|Transfer Credit Resources|
|Transcript Request Form||Students have one year following a Dual Enrollment term to request transcripts free of charge.|
|Former Student Request Service||Students who have not taken classes through UNO within the last three years you may request transcripts here.|
|MavLINK||All dual enrollment students can request transcripts here.|
|College and University Transferability||Browse a list of colleges and universities to see if they accept Dual Enrollment credit.|
|Transfer Nebraska||Find out how your UNO Dual Enrollment credits will transfer to different Nebraska colleges and universities.|
|UNO Transfer Articulation Guide||Find out how your UNO Dual Enrollment credits will transfer to colleges and universities.|
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