Drake offers a DMACC/Drake University Cross Enrollment Program:

The purpose of the DMACC/Drake University Cross Enrollment Program is to provide full-time undergraduate students at both institutions the opportunity to enroll in one class, for credit, without paying tuition at the partner institution. This program makes it possible for students to get involved in Drake ROTC while taking classes at DMACC.

Students registered under this agreement will be extended the use of the host institutions libraries, computer labs, recreation center, and other student services. Credit earned at the host institution will be considered transfer credit at the home institution.

Eligibility Requirements:

Full-time undergraduate DMAAC students who have completed a minimum of 12 semester hours of 100 level courses (excluding the English 101 series) and are in good academic standing (2.00 or better cumulative grade point average and not on academic probation at DMAAC are eligible to participate in the Cross Enrollment Program.

Drake ROTC also offers cross-enrollment with Mercy and Grand View. If you are interested please direct questions to Drake University Military Science Instructor Patrick Hendrickson at 515-271-3952 or

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