Dual Enrollment for High School Students
Dual enrollment courses offer high school students the opportunity to fulfill graduation requirements and earn college credit at the same time. Because dual enrollment includes both general education and Career and Technical Education (CTE), it is a great way for every student to explore their college and career options. Classes can take place on the Gallatin College campus, at local high schools, or online.
Benefits of Dual Enrollment Courses:
- Dual enrollment is the cheapest college credit you will ever earn! Through the brand new One-Two-FREE initiative, the Montana University System will cover students' tuition for two courses. Beyond that, dual enrollment students still pay only half-price tuition and no university fees.
- Dual enrollment credits transfer throughout the Montana University System and to accredited institutions nationwide, so students can save time and money toward completing their degree(s).
- Dual enrollment offers a supportive setting for students to challenge themselves by taking a college-level class. Through dual enrollment, students can discover their passion and explore a whole world of academic and professional possibilities!
Attention Home School and High School parents and students
Please see the attached important information on available college credit options at Gallatin College and Montana State University.
For Students officially enrolled full time in Bozeman, Belgrade, Manhattan, Park, and other area high schools
We offer college courses in your high school! Click here to see what's available at your school and check your enrollment deadline.
Dual Enrollment Student Information:
Required Dual Enrollment Forms:
Frequently Asked Questions
Click here for common questions on dual and concurrent enrollment at Belgrade, Bozeman, Manhattan, Park High Schools and other schools to view the list of courses taught in the high school for college credit through Gallatin College MSU.
NEW: Montana Career Pathways
Montana Career Pathways helps students learn about career options that are in demand in Montana, related academic/degree paths, and the types of activities (including dual enrollment) students can engage in to prepare for college and careers. Students and parents, click to access more information here on the Montana Career Pathways website.