Dual Credit

Want to know which WHS classes are offered for Dual Credit?
Open this Document:
20-21 dual credit spreadsheet.xlsx
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Fall 2020 Innovation Track calendar/deadline info:

October 16 - last day to drop without tuition penalty
November 13 - last day to drop with a W grade

Fall 2020 UCM WHS dual credit calendar/deadline info:
1st Quarter: August 26-Oct 16
Enrollment deadline - Aug 28
Drop deadline without tuition penalty - Sept 18
2nd Quarter: Oct 19-Dec 18
Enrollment deadline - Oct 23
Drop deadline without tuition penalty - Nov 13

20-21 DC Enrollment form Fillable_.pdf 

DC OnlineApp Instructions 20-21.pdf

Contact Haley Farnsworth for enrollment info

hfarnsworth@ucmo.edu

660-543-8351

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Want to take a UCM college class this Fall/Spring through WeMet?
Here is the Course Catalog:
WeMET Course Schedule 2020-2021.docx

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UCM Dual Credit forms


If you are going to take a class for dual credit at WHS through UCM this semester your form is due to Mrs. Nimmo on August 28th.

 

Please put all WHS classes on one form.


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The UCM WeMet Fall 2020 scholarship is also available in the Counseling Office. Deadline to mail to UCM is September 25th.
2020 DC scholarship combined form.pdf

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The Warrensburg Schools Foundation dual credit scholarship is now available. Please visit this link to apply. Deadline is Friday, September 4th at 3:30 pm!
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ITRK Enrollment Calendar 2019-2020.pdf


UCM Dual Credit website








Am I eligible to take dual credit classes?

Click the link below:

https://www.ucmo.edu/dualcredit/forms.cfm

Important Links

Placement Chart 2020-2021.pdf

UCM drop form.pdf


 


General Education Program Requirements


 WHS dual credit courses:
19-20 dual credit spreadsheet.xlsx




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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.

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