Dual Enrollment for High School Students
Dual enrollment is designed to provide Montana students with the opportunity to earn college credit while in high school. Whether you are a student enrolled in a local high school, or a homeschool student, the dual enrollment program can offer you a head start on college. Classes may occur at your high school, at our college, or online.
Benefits of dual enrollment courses:
- Dual enrollment students pay half price tuition and no university fees. This may be the most affordable college credit you'll ever earn!
- Dual credit courses are designed to transfer throughout the Montana University System and they are accepted by accredited colleges and universities nationwide.
- Dual enrollment students get a head start on college. You'll be familiar with the academic expectations for college classes and enter college with credits on your transcript. You'll save time and money by taking classes before you get to college.
Parents and high school students - Check with your high school counselor to see if your school offers dual enrollment with Gallatin College-MSU.
Students in Belgrade, Bozeman, Manhattan and Park High School – We offer college courses in your high school! Click here to see what's available at your school and check your enrollment deadline. Need to enroll in a dual enrollment class? Download the forms from the link below and turn them in to the dual enrollment program manager, Diane Dorgan.
Dual Enrollment student forms:
Parents and High School Students - Click here for common questions on dual and concurrent enrollment at Belgrade, Bozeman, Manhattan, and Park High Schools and to view the list of courses taught in the high school for college credit through Gallatin College MSU.