Dual Credit

Wanting to take an Innovation Track course at UCM next year (Fall 2019)? You need to contact Haley Farnsworth at UCM at 543-8351 or by email at hfarnsworth@ucmo.edu to set up an appointment. Forms are due to Mrs. Nimmo by May 17th.


Want to take a college class through UCM this Summer, Fall, or Spring through our WeMet consortium? Check out their catalog of classes. Summer enrollments are due around the first of May. See your counselor ASAP if you have further questions:
wemet catalog sum 19 fall 19 spring 20.pdf

‚ÄčUCM Dual Credit website

Taking a UCM class at WHS for dual credit this Spring? Apply now for the Warrensburg Schools Foundation Scholarship. Apps are available online and due by Friday, January 18th.

Are you taking a dual credit class through UCM at WHS? Your enrollment forms are due to Mrs. Nimmo by September 5th. And scholarship applications through UCM are to be postmarked by September 7th.

enrollment form Fall 2018.pdf

The Warrensburg Foundation Dual Credit Scholarship is due Sept 7th, 2018 at 3 pm and can be found at


Am I eligible to take dual credit classes?

Click the link below:


Important Links

2017-2018 UCM Dual Credit Enrollment Application Form

Warrensburg Foundation's Dual Credit Scholarship is now available. Deadline to apply is September 8, 2017. The application is online at:  https://securelb.imodules.com/s/1446/17/interior.aspx?sid=1446&gid=1&pgid=596



Online Application Instructions (the first step in the enrollment process)

2017-2018 SFCC Dual Credit Enrollment Form



General Education Program Requirements

How to Enroll (directions)

Click on the link below for the 2017 ITRK Enrollment Calendar



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Please see the UCM Planned Placement Policy for more detailed course placement criteria.

Dual credit students are expected to be proficient in the English language. Dual credit classes contain university-level material and a certain level of English proficiency is necessary. Students should discuss this with their counselor to ensure that their language skills are such that dual credit classes are a good choice.