Please Return to: Office of Admissions, 650 Maryville University Drive, St. Louis, MO 6314, Office: 314.529.9350 Fax: 314.529.9927
Earning college credit at Maryville offers high school students the opportunity to experience college academic life
while earning college credit. For $100/credit hour, high school students can get an early start on their college career.
To participate in Dual Enrollment, you must fulfill all of the following requirements:
Be a junior or senior in high school
Have earned either a minimum of 2.5/40 cumulative high school GPA and a 20 ACT or 3.0/4.0 cumulative high
Maryville Dual Enrollment Guidelines:
100-level courses are recommended
Students may enroll in day classes on the main campus
Course prerequisites apply
Class entrance is based on space availability; full-time Maryville student enrollment takes precedence
Maximum of 6-8 credits or two classes may be taken each semester
Students typically take English Composition, General Psychology, Introduction to Sociology, College Algebra and
Trigonometry, Introduction to Photography, Calculus I
To view the class schedule for Maryville, please visit https://accessmu.maryville.edu under “Search For Classes”
Dual Enrollment students are allowed to register in early December for the spring semester and mid-June for the
To learn more about Maryville Dual Enrollment, visit www.maryville.edu/dualenrollment, ask your high school
counselor or call the Admission Office at 314-529-9350
Au Pair Class Auditing:
The class audit option allows a student to register and attend select courses without having to complete the course
assignments. The student does not receive a grade or credit for the course, but it does appear on the student’s
official transcript as an audit (AU). Courses taken on an audit basis do not meet degree requirements. Students
interested in auditing classes must fill out and submit a “Non-Degree Student Application” as well as a photocopy of
$250 per course (all courses between 1-4 credit hours). Requisite fees apply on a per course basis.
Certain classes will be unavailable for auditing. These classes may include, but are not limited to: science labs, art
(both digital and studio), and computer science. To view the class schedule for Maryville, please visit
https://accessmu.maryville.edu under the “Search For Classes” button.
Non-degree students who audit classes at Maryville are allowed to register in early December for the spring semester
and mid-June for the fall semester.