Drury University’s Dual Credit program allows high school students to take seated classes during regular school hours or online. Students earn both high school and university credit at a reduced rate. The cost for Drury courses is $70 per credit hour. For course information, please see your counselor. If you have questions about Dual Credit, please contact Beth Nation at email@example.com, Carol Pope at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (417) 873-7331.
The Dual Credit Program allows high school students, while still attending their local school, the opportunity to enroll in and receive both high school and college credit during normal class hours. Participation in the dual credit program enables high school students to get a “head start” on their college career as well as prepare them for the challenges of college courses. Credits earned under these programs will be applicable towards a degree at Crowder College and are generally transferable to other colleges and universities. They offer a few (3 -5) scholarships each semester to their DC/DE students. The cost for Crowder courses is $ 65 per credit hour.
MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY
Aurora High School has partnered with MSU to offer seated dual credit courses in our agriculture department. The cost for MSU courses is $70 per credit hour. Students qualifying for Free or Reduced lunch may obtain fee waivers for up to 6 hours per semester for free for these DC classes.
MISSOURI SOUTHERN STATE UNIVERSITY
MSSU offers many 100 and 200 level courses online for Dual Enrollment. AHS offers no seated dual credit classes through MSSU at this time. The cost of MSSU courses is $50 per credit hour plus cost of books. Books may be rented for $14 per credit hour or bought through other venders. Students qualifying for Free or Reduced lunch may obtain fee waivers for up to 6 hours per semester for free (Fall, Spring and Summer- 18 hours total per year).