COVID-19

For information about the COVID-19 global outbreak and for Great Falls College MSU updates, please visit the CDC website, the Great Falls College COVID-19 page and the Great Falls College Healthy Fall 2020 page.

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Save Money.

Students who take dual enrollment classes end up saving hundreds or thousands of dollars. The first two classes (up to 6 credits) are totally free and then students pay reduced tuition (50% of regular tuition). Dual Enrollment students are able to learn from the same mistakes that regular college students make without it costing them hundreds or thousands of dollars.

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Save Time.

Dual Enrollment students start their full-time college careers with credits already earned. Generally, dual enrollment students have to spend less time working on general education classes and can begin their specific degree requirements sooner.

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Ease In.

Students who participate in dual enrollment have a smoother transition to college because they are familiar with the college experience.

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