Dual Credit Orientation

Dual credit courses give you an opportunity to enroll in DSU courses while still earning high school credit. We are super excited you chose DSU for your dual credit courses and we are ready to help you get some college classes under your belt.

After you've been accepted to the dual credit program, a DSU admission rep will work with you on getting setup for the class. Haven't applied yet? No biggie, you can go here and start the process.

Billing & Payment

  • Pay your tuition and fee statement via SDePay (access WebAdvisor through the MyDSU portal):
    • Please be aware that SDePay will show the full amount of the course, but you will only pay $40 per credit hour
    • Real-time balances and detailed transactions
    • You may set-up a parent, guardian, or spouse as an authorized user
    • You may set-up direct deposit for refunds
    • Check your DSU email account regularly for updates and announcements
  • Payment deadline for Spring 2018 is Thursday, January 18.
    • Statements will be posted by early January
    • FACTS (PDF) – University-approved payment plan
    • Remember that changes to enrollment (adding or dropping classes, for instance) will result in changes to your billing statement.  Check your statement regularly.
  • Attendance Confirmation is required of ALL students (this is not the same as the Commitment Process for financial aid disbursement) and takes place at the beginning of EACH semester.  You will be notified to confirm attendance via your DSU email account.

DSU Cashier Office

cashier@dsu.edu
605-256-5133
Cashier page

Resetting Passwords and MyDSU portal info

As a dual credit student, you will work with a DSU admissions specialist on how to log onto the MyDSU portal to access your SDePay (in WebAdvisor) for payment and D2L for your classes.

Resetting DSU Network & BORIS Passwords

MyDSU Portal Information

Bookstore

You can order your books through the DSU Bookstore. It's a convenient way to make sure you get the correct books for the class.

DSU Bookstore

Still looking to find some courses?

See our listing of dual credit classes offered. They will save you money at $40 per credit hour and help you get a jump start on your college education.

Dual Credit Courses