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This page is specifically for students in the STARS program. If you are not in the STARS program but would like to enroll in a course(s) through the Dual Enrollment Program, please visit the main Registration page with additional instructions.  

The Dual Enrollment Program (DEP) provides advanced-level high school students the opportunity to take college coursework on UMSL's campus. Students in the STARS program at UMSL are required to register for 1 credit hour of BIOL 1010S through the Dual Enrollment Program. Tuition and fees for Dual Enrollment courses are the same for Dual Enrollment students and UMSL students. 

Please note that one credit hour of any course is unlikely to transfer toward any degree program; and the one credit hour of the course Biology 1010S that will be earned during the six weeks in the STARS program will be unlikely to transfer.

To begin the registration process, please click the image below (the page may take a minute to load or you may need to refresh the page) and sign in using an existing Google, Facebook, or Yahoo account. If you do not have one of these accounts, you will need to create one to proceed. 

Continue by inputting your basic contact information and completing the application. When asked to provide course information, indicate that you are enrolling in BIOL 1010S with the 5 digit class number 11997. You may see references to mailing in your transcripts, however, doing so IS NOT required for STARS students because that information was already provided upon applying for the STARS program.

STARS students are required to print and send in their Dual Enrollment Registration application at the end of the online registration process.

Send the application to:Apply for STARS/Dual Enrollment

Office of Early College Programs
University of Missouri-St. Louis
1 University Blvd
598 Lucas Hall 
St. Louis, MO 63121

Click the image above to Register for the Dual Enrollment Program. We will reach out to you if there are any issues as well as when more information is available. 

 *Students who have a health condition or disability, which may require accommodations in order to participate effectively in any course, should contact the Disability Access Services Office (314-516-6654). Please visit the DAS website and complete all of the steps for registering with DAS prior to the start of classes, if possible.