Be a College Student Now
As a dual credit student, you’ll be considered a UMKC student and have the same benefits as on-campus students. Students completing a UMKC HSCP course are awarded an official UMKC transcript.
Dual Credit Students are Considered UMKC Students
Apply for Admissions
Online registration for Fall 2017 is closed.
Register for Class
Obtain a paper enrollment form from your high
school instructor. A separate enrollment form needs to be completed
for each course you want to take. If you are an
International Student be sure to submit acceptable documents (see
list below) that shows your citizenship or legal residency.
• Copy of information/photo
page in your passport
• Permanent residency card (front and back)
• Copy of your current visa
• Copy of your I-94 card documentation
• Copy of your current I-20/DS-2019 document
Be sure to submit enrollment materials to the
high school instructor before the deadline. DO NOT DIRECTLY MAIL
YOUR ENROLLMENT MATERIALS TO OUR OFFICE.
Pay Tuition & Fees
Tuition at UMKC HSCP is $92.67 per credit hour, there is no
registration fee. There are several different payment options
available. Find more about these options on the
website or feel free to make a
If you prefer to be billed over the semester please print, complete
and return a Statement of Financial Responsibility
form to your high school instructor along with your Registration
form. Tuition assistance is available on a limited need/or merit
basis. YOUR REGISTRATION FORM WILL NOT BE PROCESSED WITHOUT INDICATING A FORM OF PAYMENT.
As a UMKC-HSCP student you have access to most amenities and services as any other UMKC student*. In order to access to your grades, transcript information and other services, you will need to create a Pathway account. Use these helpful directions to set up your Pathway account.
*Students will have access to on-campus libraries with a student ID. ID cards are available upon request.
Become eligible for up to a $20,000 Scholarship for the College of Arts & Sciences
Planning on selecting a major in the College of Arts and Sciences? You could become eligible for up to a $20,000 scholarship. The College awards eligible HSCP students up to $5,000 renewable for up to four years.