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Dual Enrollment and College Credit Programs

Earn college credit with Midland University as you finish your high school career!

It is our pleasure to welcome you to learn with us as a high school student and earn college credit from Midland University through Dual Enrollment or one of our other specialized programs. While you are busy earning college credit with us,  our hope is that you begin to understand the opportunities available to you after high school at Midland University. Your participation in Dual Enrollment will open many doors for you in the future.

Learn More About Dual Enrollment Benefits

If you are new to Dual Enrollment, please take a moment to learn more about its benefits in our FAQ section below. At Midland University, we would like to partner with you as you discover this new opportunity. All important details about payment, registration, student expectations, deadlines, etc. can be found and referenced frequently on this site. Additionally, should you have any questions during your course, please contact a member of our Dual Enrollment team by emailing

Welcome to Midland University. We look forward to working with you and supporting your educational journey!

Spring 2024 Enrollment

Application Process
  1. Once prompted by your high school instructor, please follow the application link below to register for the appropriate course. Students need to complete the signature form by the application due date listed below.
  2. Once the student application is complete, your Parent/Guardian will receive an email prompting them to sign and approve your participation. This step also needs to be done by the application deadline.
  3. Rosters are confirmed by your school and Midland University. 
  4. The learning can begin!!
Apply Here

For a detailed explanation of the application process, we have included this Application Guide.

Dual Enrollment Application Instructions
  • December 13, 2023 – Dual Enrollment Application with Parent/Guardian Form Open
  • January 17, 2024 – Application + Parent/Guardian Forms Due to Midland University
  • January 18-19 –  Dual Enrollment Student Rosters Confirmed with High School Coordinators/Instructors 
  • January 19-23, 2024 – Students Enrolled at Midland University!
  • January 26, 2024 – Final Rosters Confirmed 
  • April 14, 2024 – Dual Enrollment Bills Due + Withdrawal Deadline (written notice required)

Cost + Billing

Another benefit to Dual Enrollment is that the courses are offered at a reduced rate of only $250/course. The reduced cost allows students to earn credits that will directly benefit them once in college at a fraction of the cost. 

Students who qualify for free/reduced lunch may be eligible to have the cost of their course covered by the Access College Early (ACE) Scholarship.  The ACE Scholarship Program pays tuition and mandatory fees for qualified, low-income high school students to enroll in college courses from Nebraska colleges or universities, either through dual-enrollment or early enrollment agreements with these institutions. High school students may apply for funding under this program by completing the ACE Student Application, which is reviewed by the Coordinating Commission for award consideration. 

To apply for this scholarship, please follow the link below.

Apply for the ACE Scholarship
Students can pay their bills three ways:

Online with a credit/debit/checking account through the application portal – Visit the online payment page at to complete your payment.

Mailed check to Midland University – Please include the student’s name and Dual Enrollment in the memo line.
Mailing Address: Midland University, 900 N. Clarkson St., Fremont, NE 68025.

Cash or check in person to Midland University – The Billing Office is located on the second floor of the Anderson Building, 900 N. Clarkson St., Fremont, NE, and is open 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM on business days. 


Transcripts can be requested online at Official transcripts will be processed through the National Clearinghouse and are sent electronically for $8.75 per copy. Students must have paid their balance in full to receive transcripts. Additional questions about transcripts can be addressed to the registrar at

Striv Education + Game Day Operations Course

Game Day Operations is a newly formatted 3-credit hour online course offered by Midland University that allows students the opportunity to participate in Striv Education in their school and seamlessly follow a curriculum built on the foundation of game day skills. Students interested in this course can visit the Midland + Striv Education page to learn more. Registration will take place on this Dual Enrollment page by following the steps and timeline above.


What is Dual Enrollment?

A dual enrollment program allows you to take qualifying classes at your high school and have them count for both high school and college credit. This means that before you have even officially started college, you will already be chipping away at the classes required for your college degree. This provides all sorts of benefits like the possibility of graduating college early, giving you the time and flexibility to add an additional major or minor, or even just lightening the course load that you have to take in college so that you have more time to just relax and enjoy your time as a student.

Are there scholarships available to cover the cost of the course?

There is the ACE scholarship which is available through the state of Nebraska for Dual Enrollment courses only. Qualifying students should reach out to their school’s dual enrollment coordinator at their high school to learn more .

What if my parent does not provide their signature in time?

Unfortunately, if we do not receive the parent signature by the application deadline, we will be unable to allow you to participate in dual enrollment or high school scholars through Midland University.

Will these courses transfer to a different school?

If you are interested in knowing whether or not your class will transfer to your chosen institution please use or reach out to that institution.

How do I know if I have been approved for DE, HSS or Striv Courses?

Students that are accepted and approved will receive an email as well as a letter in the mail certifying that they have been accepted and will be enrolled at Midland University.

What if I can’t pay my bill on time?

Students who do not pay their bill by the deadline will continue to receive monthly bills until it is paid and may not be able to receive an official transcript from Midland University if requested with an ongoing balance.

Can I get my transcript if I haven’t paid my bill?

No, all students will need to have a $0 balance before they will be able to receive or have an official transcript sent

How do I see my current grades?

Current students can find out their grades for their dual enrollment course through their high school teacher for dual enrollment students and high school scholars can talk with their Midland University instructors. Previous students can find their grades and Midland GPA by requesting an unofficial transcript from Midland University.

What happens if I can’t pay my bill?

If you cannot pay your bill you will not be able to request a transcript which may prevent delays for acceptance or enrollment at other institutions.

How can I get involved on campus?

We welcome all dual enrollment students to attend schedule an official campus visit on our website as well as attending sporting events and performing arts events throughout the school year.

To learn more contact us at or 402-941-6503.

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