On August 30th, Governor Bullock and Montana Commissioner of Higher Education Clayton Christian announced the implementation of a new “One-Two-Free” dual enrollment program that will substantially increase access to higher education for high school students throughout Montana. “One-Two-Free” offers two free dual enrollment courses, up to six credits, through the Montana University System (MUS) to all eligible high school students.
Dual enrollment allows high school students to take 100 and 200 level college courses on campus, on-line, or in their high school. Students can explore a wide range of content including academic core and workforce courses.
One-Two-Free is a seismic shift in the way the MUS approaches dual enrollment and ensures that tuition cost is not a barrier to participating in dual enrollment.
One-Two-Free Participating colleges are Missoula College, Helena College, Highlands College, UM Western, Gallatin College MSU, City College MSUB, Great Falls College MSU, and MSU Northern.