Reduced Tuition Dual Credit
About Reduced Tuition Dual Credit
the 2014 Legislative session, the Legislature supported Governor
Daugaard’s budget request to provide base funding to offer reduced
tuition dual credit courses in South Dakota through the High School
Dual Credit Program (HSDC). Students have the opportunity to enroll in
coursework at the rate of $48.33 per credit hour (or 1/3 of the cost) that meets the System
General Education requirements at all six Regental institutions. These
courses are offered face-to-face at the on-campus locations, via
distance, as well as at the three University Center locations. Starting
with the Fall 2014 semester, current high school juniors and seniors
enrolled at public, private and tribal high schools whose schools have
signed an MOU with South Dakota Department of Education (DOE), or home school students whose parents sing an MOU, are
eligible to enroll. More information from DOE regarding the Dual
Credit program can be found on SDMyLife.
Registration for Spring 2018 will begin on November 20, 2017. The online application can be partially filled out and saved prior to November 20, but you will not be able to select the Spring 2018 semester (which is required) and submit the application until registration opens on November 20.
Applications are due on the first day of classes for the semester, which for Spring 2018 is January 8, 2018. Applications must be received by close of business on the date of the deadline. Applications received after that time will not be considered.
Dual Credit Guidelines
The Board of Regents Guidelines for Dual Credit can be found here. These include the eligibility requirements, as well as information on credit waivers and continuing eligibility.
Advising materials for HDSC students can be found here.
Forms, Course Lists, and Other Resources
SDBOR Dual Credit Program Paper Application (Spring 2018) - Coming Soon
SDBOR Add/Drop Form
HSDC Campus Contacts
DOE Dual Credit Course List Dashboard