New Online Courses
NEW! Concordia University, Nebraska is now offering online options for high school students looking to earn college credit! These asynchronous, 16-week courses give you maximum flexibility for your schedule and location and provide authentic access to higher education content and rigor—all at a fraction of the traditional undergraduate cost! Explore this page for current options, and we will be adding courses to the online catalog each semester. We are honored to provide this educational opportunity to equip students for lives of learning, service, and leadership.
Dual Credit Online Courses
Priority Registration deadline for Spring 2022 is Wednesday, 12/15/21, at 11:30p.
Final registration closes Wednesday, 1/5/22, at 11:30p. ($10/credit additional fee.)
Spring 2022 courses begin on Monday, January 10th!
Juniors and seniors in high school with a 3.0 GPA or higher are eligible to apply.
Complete an online dual credit application
If you have not already applied to Concordia as a dual credit or undergraduate student, your first step is to create an account and apply. If you have previously completed any CUNE application, you may proceed to Step 2.
Register for Courses
Click on the link below to register for online courses only. You will need to have payment ready at the time of registration ($90/credit tuition plus registration fee). Please enter STUDENT name at checkout in all fields requesting a name.
The application is separate from registration, but this means you’re likely done with Step 1! To register for courses, click on the link below Step 2: it will take you to an EventBrite page where you will select your course(s) and proceed to checkout and payment. You will get an email confirmation after registration is complete.
Please email email@example.com with your name, student’s name, and the school your student attends. We can fix it manually and there’s nothing else you’ll need to do!
Good news! You likely took dual credit in a previous year and do not need to re-apply. The login is only used to collect student demographic information when they first start and you will no longer need it. You may proceed to Step 2 and Register for Courses.