Does Southeast give college credit to freshmen for high school advanced placement courses?


Southeast Missouri State University works cooperatively with high schools to provide high-performing, college-bound high school students with an affordable opportunity to experience college-level courses both on the Southeast campus and in their own high schools prior to graduation and does accept Early College Credit (Advanced Placement, Dual Enrollment and Dual Credit). Students requesting college credit from Southeast must have an official transcript sent by the college involved to the Southeast Office of Admissions for evaluation. Students who have taken an Early College Credit (ECC) through Southeast do not need to pay the $20 registration fee.