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Advanced Credit Program

What is a credit hour?

A credit hour is another term for semester hour. Colleges and universities require students to complete a specific number of credit hours to fulfill graduation requirements. Most degrees require a minimum of 120 credit hours to graduate. These credit hours must be completed by taking courses that fall within specific areas of study. These areas of study include the university’s general education requirements, the school or college in which the student is enrolled (i.e. the university’s School of Business or College of Arts & Sciences), and the specific requirements of the student’s area of specialization. 

How many credit/semester hours does a student normally take each semester?

Twelve hours in a semester is considered a full-time academic load. Usually students must maintain the status of full-time student to receive and keep financial aid. If a student only carries 12 hours each semester, however, they will not be able to graduate within four years. First semester freshmen are often encouraged to only take 12 hours to allow for adjustments necessary for a successful transition from the high school to college environment. Students most often increase their credit load during subsequent semesters and may, under special circumstances, be allowed to register for as many as 18 hours in a given semester.

Are the Advanced Credit course grades I receive automatically sent by my high school to the university I plan to attend?

No, your high school will forward only your high school transcript. When you enroll in an Advanced Credit course, you are assigned a UMSL student number, and a University transcript is established. Once your final grades are submitted by your high school teacher to the University and are posted to your student record, you must request an official University transcript be sent to your desired university. As an Advanced Credit student, the final grades you earn for your courses becomes a part of your permanent University record and appear on your transcript. (For information on how to request a transcript, see the ACP Student Guide.) 

Are the Advanced Credit course grades I receive automatically sent by my high school to the university I plan to attend?

No, your high school will forward only your high school transcript. When you enroll in an Advanced Credit course, you are assigned a UMSL student number, and a University transcript is established. Once your final grades are submitted by your high school teacher to the University and are posted to your student record, you must request an official University transcript be sent to your desired university. As an Advanced Credit student, the final grades you earn for your courses becomes a part of your permanent University record and appear on your transcript. (For information on how to request a transcript, see the ACP Student Guide.)

Do UMSL Advanced Credit courses transfer to other colleges or universities?

The general answer to this question is yes. In fact, the Missouri Department of Higher Education – Dual Credit Policy clearly states that up to “Five courses shall be assured in transfer to all public institutions and independent/propriety signatory institutions. ‘Equivalence of five courses’ means five individual courses, regardless of the credit hour value of those courses.” It is ultimately the student’s responsibility to consult with the college/university of their choice regarding the institution’s specific course transfer policies. A full excerpt from the Missouri Department of Higher Education Dual Credit Policy concerning transferability of courses follows.

Dual credit programs are not designed to replace a substantial segment of the academic experience on a college campus, but rather the programs are created to provide high-achieving high school students with opportunities for acceleration. High school students vary in their academic preparedness and in their capacity to complete collegiate-level work while in high school. The number of credit hours successfully completed by a high school student in dual credit programs will be related to her or his ability level. Since dual credit programs are predicated on the portability of transcripted college credit, the following guideline should anchor the decisions made by the high school student and the receiving institution: students receiving dual credit from institutions in compliance with these policy guidelines can expect to transfer credit up to the equivalent of five courses.

[Clarifying comment: Five courses shall be assured in transfer to all public institutions and independent/proprietary signatory institutions. "Equivalence of five courses" means five individual courses, regardless of the credit-hour value of those courses.]

Students who wish to transfer more than five dual credit courses should consult the institution of higher education to which they intend to transfer in order to determine if the institution has a policy regarding the acceptance of dual credit courses used for the completion of a college degree.

[Clarifying comment: All courses presented for transfer shall be evaluated based upon written transfer agreements in force among/between institutions. However, institutions shall be cognizant of the impact of their policy concerning courses above the assured five courses on articulated transfer agreements with other institutions. Institutions are encouraged to review their articulated transfer agreements' consistency with their dual credit policies. Dual credit courses shall be evaluated on the same basis as on-campus courses for the purposes of transfer. Each institution's dual credit acceptance policies shall be uniform. Institutional policies concerning dual credit should be applied equally to all institutions, including one's own institution.

If I do not earn a passing grade in my Advanced Credit course, does that mean the course is dropped from my record?

No, the grade submitted by your teacher at the end of the semester is the grade that will permanently appear on your official University transcript. This grade may be averaged in with other college/university courses to determine your GPA and will stay with you throughout your college career. If you are aware that you will earn a D or an F for your Advanced Credit course, we encourage you to officially drop the course with the University before your teacher assigns final grades and submits them to the University. If you decide to drop your course, contact the Advanced Credit office immediately at (314) 516-7005 to initiate the required paperwork.

What are general education requirements?

Every university requires students to successfully complete the institution’s general education requirements. These requirements apply for all degrees. General education requirements afford students the opportunity to develop and use intellectual tools and to acquire a breadth of knowledge necessary in our challenging, technological, and diverse world. The program challenges students to investigate various disciplines as potential majors and prepares them for success in major fields of study.

The General Education Program at the University of Missouri-St. Louis develops the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in today’s changing world. There are six specific general education goals, and students must select from certain courses designed to fulfill these goals.

GENERAL EDUCATION GOALS

Skill Goals:

Knowledge Goals:

Please see the University of Missouri-St. Louis Bulletin for detailed information and to more fully determine how Advanced Credit courses meet specific General Education requirements.

What if the college I go to doesn’t accept the Advanced Credit courses I have taken?

We encourage students to consult with the college/university they are planning to attend to determine whether or not a course will be accepted before they register for the course. You will want to know what the institution’s transfer policy is so you will be able to select courses that will transfer and meet specific general education requirements. If the college/university you attend does not accept a particular Advanced Credit course, UMSL will not provide a refund to you for the course.

Noncredit Programs & CEUs

What is a noncredit program?

Noncredit courses, conferences, and seminars are offered to meet the continuing education needs of adults and organizations. These activities help meet the requirements for professional development or licensure renewal for a number of professions. They demonstrate to employers the acquisition of new knowledge or competencies needed to qualify for salary adjustments and promotions, and record an employee’s efforts to keep abreast of new developments in technology or an employee’s areas of responsibility. For many people, noncredit programs offer personal enrichment in the arts and humanities or an opportunity to participate in discussions of current issues.

What is a CEU?

Many noncredit programs from UMSL offer CEUs as part of a national system designed to recognize and record individuals' efforts to continue their education outside of traditional credit and degree programs. Many professional associations, licensing boards, and employers recognize CEUs as evidence of skill development and professional improvement.

One CEU is earned for each 10 contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience, under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction. CEUs will be kept on record at the University of Missouri.

Can teachers from Illinois get CEUs or CPDUs?

Illinois teachers who attend programs offered by the University of Missouri-St. Louis - or any programs offered by organizations outside the University which have been approved for CEUs - may receive CPDUs for their participation if the subject matter of the program or training is relevant to their jobs. 

Teachers are required to have two documents in order to satisfy Illinois State Board of Education requirements for CPDUs.  The first is a document which describes the training in sufficient detail to determine relevance of the subject matter – a brochure, a hard copy of a web screen from the CE website describing the event or training, or a similar document.  The second document is proof of attendance which indicates the number of contact hours in which they participated.  A CEU certificate, which indicates not only the CEUs obtained but also the number of contact hours, satisfies this second requirement.  These two items must be submitted, along with a form obtained from the teacher’s school, at the end of the teacher’s certification cycle.  The information will then be entered into the teacher’s personnel/certification files.

How do I obtain CEUs from UMSL for my organization's program?

The Division of Continuing Education at UM-St. Louis frequently offers CEUs in conjunction with programs sponsored by the University.  Approval for CEUs granted for sponsored programs is part of the CE program approval process.  The cost of processing CEUs and the awarding of CEU certificates for sponsored programs is included in the registration fees charged for these programs. 

Continuing Education may grant CEUs for training or programs offered by agencies or organizations that are not part of UMSL in any discipline for which UMSLs has an appropriate academic department.  Organizations wishing to offer CEUs for training and/or professional development events they are planning should submit a completed Request for Continuing Education Units along with any relevant supporting documentation about the training or event.  If the individual presenting or doing the training is not a UMSL faculty member, part of the supporting documentation must be a vita of the trainer.  If there are multiple trainers, vitas for all trainers should be submitted.  For a very large conference, vitas for only the principal presenters may be submitted. 

Supporting documentation should include as much specific information as possible about the training or event.  This might be a flyer or brochure which was distributed to potential attendees.  It might be a rough draft of materials to be distributed promoting the event.  Or it may be a website which outlines the training in detail.  The information should contain sufficient details that will allow the academic department chair or director to make an informed decision about whether the training warrants granting CEUs.  The individual who is designated as Contact Person on the Request for CEUs will be notified as soon as a decision is made. 

One Continuing Education Unit is defined as 10 contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education event.  It is recommended that a request for CEUs be submitted prior to final promotion of the training or program so that promotional materials may include this information as well as the total number of CEUs to be awarded for the training.  CEU Certificates will reflect both the number of CEUs issued for an event as well as the number of contact hours.

Submit the completed Request for Continuing Education Units and supporting documents to: 

Debbie Doering
University of Missouri-St. Louis
One University Blvd.
303 J.C. Penney Conference Center
St. Louis, MO  63121-4400

The charge for processing CEUs is $25 per person per training or program, and the cost to replace a CEU certificate is $15.  This payment may be made by the individuals attending the training or may be paid by the organization requesting the CEUs.  All checks should be made payable to University of Missouri-St. Louis. 

If a single check is written to pay for CEUs for all individuals participating in a program, the CEU Certificate Request Log should be completed.  You may wish to use this as a sign-in sheet as a means of tracking the individuals who complete the CEU requirements. 

If program participants submit individual payment, each participant should complete a CEU Certificate Request and attach payment to the request.  The appropriate CEU Certificate Request and check(s) should be submitted as soon as possible after completion of the training to:

Debbie Doering
University of Missouri-St. Louis
One University Blvd.
201 J.C. Penney Conference Center
St. Louis, MO  63121-4400

Information submitted must be legible; and it is important that paperwork clearly indicates how payment is to be credited, since this information is used to create a permanent record as well as the certificates.  After payments are processed, CEU Certificates are generated and sent via U.S. Mail to the individuals at the addresses provided on the CEU Certificate Request forms.    

UMSL maintains records of all CEUs it grants, and an official transcript may be obtained by contacting Debbie Doering.  

Any questions about CEUs may be directed to Debbie Doering at 314-516-6793.

Credit Courses

Do I have to be admitted to UMSL to take a credit course through Continuing Education?

No. You do not need to be admitted to UMSL in order to take a credit course through Continuing Education unless you are pursuing graduate credit.

What are credit courses offered through Continuing Education?

Credit courses offered through Continuing Education can apply toward undergraduate and graduate degrees at UM–St. Louis. Many of the courses meet teacher certification requirements.

Undergraduate certificate and degree programs are offered by the College of Arts & Sciences, the College of Business Administration, the College of Education, and the College of Nursing at UMSL.

The Graduate School also offers certificates beyond the bachelor’s degree. You are encouraged to read the appropriate sections of the University of Missouri–St. Louis Bulletin: Undergraduate, Graduate and Professional Catalog for degree requirements and/or meet with an advisor.

For a complete listing of degree programs, call the Office of Admissions and Records at (314) 516-5451.

Students enrolled in credit courses administered by Continuing Education are subject to the rules and regulations of the University of Missouri–St. Louis listed in the current University of Missouri–St. Louis Bulletin: Undergraduate, Graduate and Professional Catalog.

Email

What will my UMSL student e-mail address be?

An UMSL student e-mail address is made up of the student’s SSO ID followed by @umsl.edu. For example, annlarsen@umsl.edu.

Computer Education & Training Center

Are there tests or grades given?

No. All our classes are noncredit courses and are designed for professional development without the pressure of tests and grades.

Do I have to follow the prerequisites and how do I know what "equivalent experience" is?

Many courses list prerequisites or equivalent experience. This is because our classes are designed in sequence and the instructor for a course will assume you have mastered the skills from the previous course in the sequence. Occasionally, some students will have extensive experience in a software package or operating system and will be able to skip a prior course. If you think you may have the equivalent experience necessary to skip a course in sequence, read carefully over the course description for the course you want to skip. Make sure that you are thoroughly familiar with the topics and commands listed before you decide to skip a prerequisite. If you have questions about your experience level, call Paul Westermann at (314) 984-9000.

How do I find out if a class is full?

Call the registration office, (314) 984-9000, between 7:30 am and 5:30 pm Monday through Thursday or from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm Friday, and talk with a member of our registration staff. You may also email enroll@micros.umsl.edu, or use our on-line form. And finally, a list of which microcomputer classes are full is also available on the web. The list is updated several times each day.

How early should I register for computer center courses?

Registrations are accepted up until the day of the course if space is available. However, classes often fill up soon after the brochure is mailed so it is best to register as soon as possible. The registration office will also place your name on a waiting list if a class is full and contact you if someone cancels.

How is the Chancellor's Certificate on the Computer different from a specialized certificate?

To earn the Chancellor's Certificate on the Computer, you do not have to complete an application form, there are no specified required classes, and there is currently no time limit to complete the 96 hours of classes. To earn a specialized certificate, you must complete an application form and fulfill the specific requirements described for each certificate within the time specified.

How long are the courses and how often do classes meet?

Day classes usually are one or two days long. Evening classes run two or four evenings. You can use our on-line sevice to see the current class schedule.

Is there a difference in the registration process for specialized certificate classes?

There is no difference when you register for any particular class. To obtain a specialized certificate, however, you must complete an application form and pay a one-time $25 nonrefundable application fee for each certificate. Be sure to carefully read the specific requirements listed in our catalog or on-line course listing.

What are CEUs and Chancellor's Certificates from the Microcomputer Program?

CEUs are Continuing Education Units, which record your efforts toward personal and professional growth and are kept on record at the University of Missouri. One CEU is awarded for each 10 hours of class participation. If you attend 96 hours of our computer classes, you will receive the Chancellor's Certificate on the Computer.

When will these courses be offered again?

We offer classes continuously throughout the year. If you would like to be on our mailing list and receive future brochures, call Rosemary Axley, (314) 984-9000, or use our on-line service. New brochures are printed approximately six times a year.

Where are the classes held?

Classes are held either at our West County Computer Center near the intersection of I-270 and Manchester Road, or on the UMSL campus, near I-70 and South Florissant Road.

Why can't I count classes I took more than 24 months ago?

We've set standards for the specialized certificates because we want the certificates to be current, meaningful, and valuable for our students and to employers. These standards include specific class and hour requirements and the time frame in which the certificate must be completed.

Will I have to buy any books or disks?

All materials are supplied, including handouts, disks, and exercises, and are included in the course fee. There are no additional charges.

Off-Campus Sites

Are Library Services available at the Off-Campus sites?

UMSL has an agreement with each of the community colleges to provide full access and borrowing privileges for UM-St. Louis students registered for classes held at these locations. In addition you have full access and borrowing privileges at the UM-St. Louis Libraries. Contact the community college library (see numbers below) or the UM-St. Louis Library at (314) 516-5057 for details.

Can I register for classes and add or drop a class at the Off-Campus Sites?

Yes. Students can register for any UMSL class, regardless of where the class is located, and students can add or drop classes with the advisor.  If you wish to withdraw from the University, you will need to visit your Dean's office at the main UMSL campus.

Can students use the gym, library, computer labs etc. at the UMSL main campus?

Yes. Any student enrolled has full privileges of all facilities at the main UMSL campus.

Do I need a parking permit to park at an Off-Campus location?

Do students receive UMSL credit for courses?

Yes. All courses offered at the Off-Campus Sites are credit courses through UMSL.

How do I purchase textbooks for my Off-Campus course?

Textbooks are made available approximately 2 weeks prior to the start of each semester.

Books for UMSL classes will not be available for purchase at the Off-Campus locations.

What fees do students pay? UMSL fees or the Community College fees?

Students enrolling in UMSL courses at the community colleges pay the current UMSL fees, which are subject to change.  (Students may be responsible for other applicable fees.)

Where are the Off-Campus Sites located and who is the contact person?

Location Address and Contact Information:

Where can I find directions to and a campus map for the Off-Campus sites?

Directions and map:

Follow the link below for directions and a campus map for each location.

Will courses be taught by UMSL instructors?

Yes. Courses will be taught by UMSL instructors, and you will receive UMSL credit for the courses in which you are enrolled.

Registration

How do I register for a credit course?

Current UMSL students who receive an e-mail message from the Registrar's Office with an appointment time may register:

New Graduate Students

Students pursuing a graduate degree at UMSL should have prior approval of their advisers to assure that credit for course work will be recognized toward completion of their degree program. Students not pursuing a graduate degree at UMSL, but who are considering doing so, are encouraged to make formal application for admission to a graduate program immediately and to check with an academic adviser in their discipline to assure acceptability of credit in that graduate program. Students may be admitted to the UMSL Graduate School as degree- or nondegree-seeking:

New Undergraduate Student

Students pursuing an undergraduate degree should have prior approval of their adviser to assure that credit for course work will be recognized toward completion of their degree program. Students not pursuing a degree at UMSL, but who are considering doing so, are encouraged to make formal application for admission immediately and to check with an academic adviser to assure acceptability of credit toward the desired degree. Nondegree-seeking students are welcome to enroll in a course so long as prerequisites have been met.

Undergraduate students are required to submit their transcripts only upon formal application for admission to UMSL. To apply, visit www.umsl.edu/admission.

Nondegree Seeking Student

Students not currently admitted to UMSL may take credit courses through continuing education by completing the Registration Form - Credit.

How do I register for a noncredit program?

Online:

Many programs offer online registration, which is accessible from the listing detail for the program in the Online Catalog. Payment for online registrations must be made by MasterCard, Visa, or Discover credit card.

By mail:

Download the Noncredit Registration Form, fill it out, and mail it with payment, if applicable, to:
University of Missouri-St. Louis
Continuing Education
One University Blvd.
201 J.C. Penney Conference Center
St. Louis, MO 63121-4400

By fax:

Fax the registration form to:
(314) 516-6414. Charge card number or other payment information must be included.

By phone:

Call (314) 516-5961. MasterCard, VISA, or Discover number must be given to assure registration.

For TDD:

Call (314) 516-5961.

SSO ID

What is a SSO ID?

Every student is assigned a single sign-on ID (SSO ID), used to access UMSL computing services. You must know your student number to find your SSO ID.

Student Number

How do I get my student ID card?

Go to student services in the MSC and show your class schedule in order to get your student ID made. The student ID can act like a credit card and allows you to charge $500 in the bookstore but not at Chartwells. In order to get a student ID card, you must be registered in a credit class.

How do I know what my student number is?

New students receive a letter from the Registrar’s Office containing their student number.

Transcripts

How do I request an UMSL transcript?

A student’s account balance must be paid in full before a transcript can be issued. A student may request to have transcripts sent directly to other institutions, places of employment, etc. A $5 fee will be charged for each transcript requested.

To request a transcript, download the request form from www.umsl.edu/%7eregister/student/transcripts.htm, and submit the completed, signed form to the address indicated.

How do I submit a transcript to UMSL?

Graduate students must submit official transcripts directly from the college or university from which they received their baccalaureate degree (student copies will not be accepted) to:

University of Missouri–St. Louis
Graduate Admissions Office
217 Millennium Student Center
One University Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63121-4400

Tuition & Fees

Are there any scholarships available for credit courses?

Through the Virgil N. Sapp Scholarship Fund, partial financial assistance is available to persons enrolling in credit courses administered through Continuing Education. Scholarship guidelines and application are available by clicking the links below or by calling (314) 516-5915.

Can you get fees waived for credit courses?

Missouri residents age 65 and older may enroll in a University of Missouri-St. Louis undergraduate credit course on an audit, space-available basis (after fee-paying students have enrolled) for a $25 registration fee. Parking and any course-related fees are additional.

Proof of age and Missouri residency must be provided at time of enrollment, and any course requirements or prerequisites must be met.

How can I get a parking pass?

Students enrolled in credit courses can go to the cashier's office and purchase one once they have enrolled in their classes. The cost is $18.00 per credit hour that is taken on campus per semester.

Students enrolled in noncredit programs can get a parking pass from the person who registered them for the program. 

How do you pay for a credit course?

Statement of Financial Responsibility—All students are required to submit a Statement of Financial Responsibility Agreement when they register for classes. Students must download the agreement form, print, sign, and mail it to:

University of Missouri–St. Louis
Cashier’s Office
285 Millennium Student Center
One University Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63121-4400

Payment for credit courses is made through the Cashier’s Office, 285 Millennium Student Center. You may pay:

Beginning December 24, 2005, the University of Missouri–St. Louis will no longer accept Visa credit cards; credit card payments will only be accepted via the Internet; and a 2.75 percent (subject to change) service charge will be applied by the company processing credit card transactions. For your convenience, Internet terminals for making online payments are available outside the Cashier’s Office.

Please direct questions about credit course payment options to the Cashier’s Office at (314) 516-5151 or umslcash@umsl.edu.

How much do noncredit programs cost?

Noncredit programs may have an individual fee associated with them and some are free. You'll need to check with each program for details. 

Personal checks for payment of fees or other obligations to the University will be accepted only when the amount of the check does not exceed the amount due from the student. Please make checks payable to University of Missouri-St. Louis. Valid MasterCard, Visa, and Discover credit cards are acceptable toward payment of fees.

The cost of continuing education is deductible for federal income tax purposes under certain circumstances. Check with the IRS or your tax advisor for specific information.

What are the educational fees associated with credit courses?

All students enrolled in Continuing Education credit courses are required to pay University fees, as follows:

Undergraduate students living in Jersey, Madison, Monroe, and St. Clair counties in Illinois pay the same fees as those paid by Missouri undergraduate students.

The University reserves the right to modify by increase or decrease the fees charged for attendance and other services at the University, including but not limited to educational fees, at any time when in the discretion of the governing board the same is in the best interest of the University, provided that no increases can or will be effective unless approved by the governing board not less than thirty (30) days prior to the beginning of the academic term (semester, etc.) to which the fees are applicable, with all modification of fees to be effective irrespective as to whether fees have or have not been paid by or on behalf of a student prior to the effective date of the modification.

What are the other fees associated with credit courses?

For courses held on the UMSL campus, students are required to pay the following additional fees:

For undergraduate courses offered off campus or online, students are required to pay a distance delivery fee of $50 per credit hour.

For more information on fees, call (314) 516-5961, or visit: www.umsl.edu/services/finance/feeinfo.htm

Web Feeds

How do I subscribe to a Web feed?

First, you need an aggregator. If you don't already use one, we recommend a web-based aggregator that is cross-platform, such as Bloglines.  They are usually free and simply to use.

Once you have an aggregator, you just click on the link for a Web feed.  You will be asked which aggregator you are using, and you are done.  The whole process is free, and it can make your Web experience much more convenient.   

What is a Web feed?

Web feeds are a way Web sites syndicate information to you.  Think of a media source (ie: a newspaper) that receives a news wire from the Associated Press (AP).  Instead of going out searching for news, the media source can have the news come to them through the news wire.

Web feeds are very similar.  Instead of you going out to all of your favorite web sites, you can subscribe to a Web feed that each site publishes.  You then place that Web feed into a news reader or aggregator (ie: Bloglines), and when a Web site has something new to share, you are alerted via your aggregator.  You can then click on the link and be brought to that Web site.  A Web site may even choose to publish full articles in its Web feeds, instead of just snipets.  

Other

What is the policy regarding cancellations, withdrawals and refunds?

The University reserves the right to cancel any program. In the event of cancellation, you will be notified immediately, and all program fees will be refunded.

If you must cancel a registration, you are entitled to a full refund only if you cancel prior to the first class meeting. After a credit course begins, refunds are made on a pro-rated basis in accordance with campus policy. Call (314) 516-5961 for information on canceling a registration once a credit course has begun.

Cancellation Policy for Noncredit Business Administration Programs: The University reserves the right to cancel any program. In the event of cancellation, you will be notified immediately, and all program fees will be returned. If you must cancel the registration, you are entitled to a full refund only if you cancel two weeks prior to the first class. A $100 processing fee will be assessed for later cancellations up to the first class.

What is MyView and E-Consent?

MyView is an online application that allows you to electronically access your student records for credit courses only.  You must be already admitted at UMSL in order to use it. 

The first time you sign in to https://myview.umsl.edu, you will be asked to consent to do business electronically with the UMSL Cashier’s, Student Financial Aid, and Registrar’s offices. If you choose not to e-consent, you will not be able to use MyView and will have to handle business with these offices in person or on paper.