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Earn college credit while in high school through the Dual Credit program! You will be a concurrent student – enrolled in both high school and NEO and will earn transferrable college credits at the same time you complete your high school curriculum. Classes are taught by credentialed faculty in various formats including online, online live and in-person at NEO campus, your high school or other sites.

Benefits:

  • Earn transferrable college hours
  • Save time earning your degree
  • Save money by graduating sooner
  • Have access to the NEO facilities ?
  • Train for in-demand careers ?

Challenges:

  • Courses are more demanding
  • Classes require strong self-discipline and self-direction
  • Failure in a class taken for academic dual credit may affect high school graduation
  • Grades earned affect high school ad college GPAs
  • Conflicts in college and high school calendars may arise.

Admission as a dual credit student

  • Visit with your high school counselor
  • Submit application for admission  [note here if there are unique parts of the application that they need to know]
  • Complete National ACT / Pre-ACT [and have those scores sent to NEO ?]
  • Submit an official high school transcript
  • Submit completed Concurrent Enrollment Consent Form

Enrolling in courses

[insert process for selecting and enrolling in dual credit courses]


Cost

College courses have three types of charges: tuition, fees and books/materials.

NEO and the state of Oklahoma offer high school tuition waivers for up to 30 college credit hours.

[confirm process for NEO in applying the waiver] Student tuition waivers are applied to high school student accounts through the Financial Aid Office after the semester drop date. An application is not required.

The High School Tuition Waiver provides for up to 18 eligible credit hours for all Oklahoma seniors, and up to 12 eligible credit hours for all Oklahoma juniors. It is the responsibility of the student to pay for any course feed and materials. Check with your high school counselor for free and textbook assistance.


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