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Registration for Fall 2016 ACP Courses is now closed. No new registrations will be accepted at this time.
If you registered for courses before the deadline, meet the eligibility/GPA requirements, and completed and turned in the permission form, then you will be sent a bill around the middle of October.
Please visit the Student And Parents page for more information about the ACP at UMSL.
The Advanced Credit Program (ACP) is a dual credit program, as defined by the Missouri Department of Higher Education. This program offers qualifying, high-caliber high school students in select schools the opportunity to earn college credits and become familiar with the college experience while still in a high school setting. College credits earned through the ACP are accepted at all of Missouri's public colleges and universities and many other institutions across the country.
The Advanced Credit Program (ACP) at the University of Missouri-St. Louis will be known as a premier provider of dual credit programming, creating opportunities for qualified high school students to make a seamless transition to higher education.
The Advanced Credit Program (ACP) is a partnership linking the University of Missouri to high schools in the metropolitan St. Louis area to enable eligible high school students to take high-quality, lower-division college courses on their high school campus.
Former ACP students talk about the benefits they received as a result of participating in our program.
Visit NACEP in the News to learn more about the benefits for students enrolling in ACP programs.