COLLEGE CREDIT

Earn college credit while attending high school

DUAL CREDIT

The purpose of dual credit shall be to promote enrichment and advanced learning opportunities for the students of Marshfield High School. This will enable junior and senior students of MHS the opportunity to receive both high school and college credit for classes taken through agreements approved by the Marshfield School District and individual colleges and universities. Dual credit classes that are offered through MHS will be at the expense of the student.

Eligibility:

1. Students must meet the entrance or pre-requisite requirements of the college granting credit and the Missouri Coordinating Board for High Education.

2. Students must have the approval of the Marshfield High School principal.

3. Students must have the approval of parents or guardians, signified by the signing of the Parent/Student/School agreement.

College Credit Transfer:

  • Marshfield High School will not be held responsible for the transfer of college credit. The transfer of college credit rests with the receiving institution. Marshfield High School cannot guarantee transfer of credit for another institution. It is the student’s responsibility to research if and how credits will transfer from one institution to another.

  • To aid in helping your determine if your credit will transfer, the counseling department has recorded a screen cast demonstrating how to check transfer equivalencies at a couple of universities. You can find that video at the following link: https://goo.gl/vniXjt

Drury University's DUAL CREDIT

Drury's Dual Credit Website

Drury Dual Credit Eligibility Criteria

  • Seniors and Juniors who have at least a 3.0 GPA (4.0 scale) are automatically approved, through Drury University, to take DC courses.

  • Seniors and Juniors who have between a 2.5 – 2.99 GPA (4.0 scale) must provide a signed letter of recommendation from their counselor, principal, and parent/guardian.

  • Sophomores must have at least a 3.0 GPA (4.0 scale) and a signed letter of recommendation from their counselor, principal, and parent/guardian.

  • Freshmen must have at least a 3.0 GPA (4.0 scale). Freshman must also have taken the ACT or SAT and have a composite score at or above the 90th percentile, as well as provide a signed letter of recommendation from their counselor, principal, and parent/guardian.


Drury Dual Credit Application & Registration Information

DualCredit2022-2023DCApp&RegDirections (1).pdf

2022-2023 Drury Dual Credit Timelines (1st is ONLINE, 2nd is SEATED)

SU, FA, SP 2022-23 DC Online Timeline (1) (1).pdf
FA, SP 2022-23 DC Seated Timeline (1).pdf

Fall 2022 Drury ONLINE (taken online in the lab or at home) Dual Credit Course Offerings

DC Fall 2022 OL Course List.docx

2022-2023 Drury SEATED (taken at MHS) Dual Credit Course Offerings

2022-2023 Drury SEATED DC Course Offerings.docx

Missouri State University's Dual Credit

Requirements for dual credit at Missouri State University as of August 2019:

Juniors and seniors: 3.0 GPA or higher. Or, 2.5-2.99 GPA, with a recommendation from your principal or guidance counselor.

Sophomores: Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, with a recommendation from your principal or guidance counselor.

Freshmen: 90th percentile or higher on the ACT or SAT, have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, and provide a signed letter of recommendation from your principal and guidance counselor. You will also need written permission from a parent or legal guardian.

Note: All GPAs mentioned above are on a 4.0 scale.

Important Information For Missouri State University's Dual Credit Courses

Missouri State University Dual Credit General Information and FAQ

Fall 2021 Missouri State University Dual Credit Courses

Missouri State University Dual Credit Registration Directions

FA19 Registration Instructions.pdf