What is Cross Enrollment?
Cross Enrollment gives currently enrolled, degree-seeking students at any of the University of Missouri (UM) Schools, the opportunity to take a class at another UM school.
Who is the Host Campus?
The Host Campus is the school to which you would like to take a cross enrollment class.
Who is the Home campus?
The Home Campus is the school to which you are enrolled as a degree-seeking student.
Is there an application fee?
No, there is no application fee. By submitting your request through the Cross Enrollment page in Joe’SS, your data will be automatically shared with the other campus so they can review your eligibility to enroll.
Why should I cross enroll?
Cross Enrollment gives student more flexibility with their course selection. If a course is full on your home campus, you might be able to enroll in the same course on another campus.
What Benefits are there?
Flexibility with course selection, no application fees, automated transfer of credits, and enable you to stay on target to graduate on time. Financial aid recipients may also receive some benefits by enrolling at another UM campus vs. a non-UM campus.
How will I know I can register?
The campus where you applied to for cross-enrollment will send an email with direction to your UM student email account. Please look for an email from the S&T Admissions office.
Do I need to send a transcript?
Missouri S&T will require you to submit an unofficial transcript if you are taking a class that requires a prerequisite. Please send this unofficial transcript to the S&T Registrar’s Office, Julie Parker email@example.com. If your campus does not have unofficial transcripts available please send a screen shot of the class with the grade.
Will I get one bill or two?
You will get a bill from each campus. Email notification will be sent to your UM assigned email account when a bill is available for viewing. The email will include instructions on how to view your electronic billing and make online payments.
How does financial aid work with courses between two UM campuses?
If you are receiving financial aid and will not be full-time at either campus, you may be eligible for a consortium agreement. The purpose of a consortium agreement is to ensure disbursement of your aid if you will be splitting your enrollment across two campuses. The total hours enrolled between the two schools will be used to determine your financial aid eligibility at Missouri S&T. If you are receiving aid from home institution and want to use that aid help cover the costs at S&T, you will need to contact the Financial Aid office at your home institution.
Who do I contact for questions about Cross Enrollment at Missouri S&T?
You can contact the S&T Registrar’s Office, Julie Parker if you have questions. You can reach Julie at 573-341-6588 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What if I need to withdraw from the class?
Please contact the Registrar’s Office at the host school.
What refunds are available?
You may check the academic calendar on the campus where you have cross enrolled to find their refund calendar dates. Missouri S&T’s calendar can be found at http://registrar.mst.edu/calendars/
How do I know the calendar for the course?
How do I know this course will transfer?
Please check with your home campus advisor to ensure that the course will transfer.
How do I access my course at Missouri S&T?
My course does not show on my Dashboard in Canvas. How do I access the course?
If your course does not show on your Dashboard, click on Courses in the left-hand navigation ck on All Courses. You will find your course there.
If I have issues while using Canvas, who do I contact?
If you have questions while using Canvas, please contact EdTech at 573-341-4131 or email@example.com