Who can enroll in MoVIP?

How many students are permitted to enroll in MoVIP?

What steps do I need to take to enroll?

How long does the enrollment process take?

If I enroll in MoVIP and later decide it is not for me or that I may be in the wrong course, can I drop or change classes?

Can a student be removed from a MoVIP class?

Can a student re-enroll in a class if they have been dropped from the class?

Who can enroll in MoVIP?

All Missouri residents who are public, private and/or home school students in grades K-12 are entitled to apply for enrollment.

How many students are permitted to enroll in MoVIP?

Since the program is a tuition-based program, MoVIP does not have any restrictions on the number of students that can enroll.

What steps do I need to take to enroll?

First, you may need to speak with the counselor at the local school to determine what courses you need to take.
Second, please be sure to visit the Course Information section of our website to learn more about the courses we offer including course descriptions, cost, number of semesters, software vendors and more.

Once you are ready, you can enroll in three easy steps.

Step 1:

  1. Register for courses on the MoVIP website. To register, click on the Enter MoVIP tab located in the top-left corner.
  2. Create a new account or login to your existing account with your User ID and password.
  3. From the Main Menu, click on Create an application.

Please complete all of the required fields in the application including your course and payment information.

Step 2:

  1. Make payments directly to the vendor providing the course. Please go to the How to  Enroll/Pay Tuition section of our website for information on how to contact a MoVIP vendor to arrange payment. Courses cannot begin until the vendor is paid.

 

Step 3:

  1. Once the vendor notifies MoVIP they have received payment, we will email you the login credentials to begin your course. You will not receive this email until your start date.

How long does the enrollment process take?

Generally speaking, the enrollment process takes about five to 10 business days.

If I enroll in MoVIP and later decide it is not for me or that I may be in the wrong course, can I drop or change classes?

Yes, as long as it is within the first couple days of the course. This decision is made by the online vendors. We recommend that you notify the vendor ASAP. The vendor will also decide if you will be issued a refund and how much.

Students may withdraw from a course within the first two days of the course's start date.  Should a student choose to withdraw, he or she must notify the vendor as soon as possible. The vendor will decide if a refund will be issued and if so, the amount to be refunded.

Can a student be removed from a MoVIP class?

Yes, any student who fails to submit any assignments and/or has a 0 percent grade at the end of the 14-day grace period will automatically be withdrawn. This withdrawal will not be reflected on the student's transcript and will not be refunded.

Courses dropped within 15 and 30 days will result in a DR being recorded on the transcript. Districts determine how this is calculated in GPA.  A student may retake the course and the new grade will replace the DR. Drops after 30 days will be recorded as a failing grade on the transcript.

If a student is inactive for a 21-day period, the student will be removed from the course as well. MoVIP counselors will notify students and parents to encourage their participation. Students removed from a course for inactivity will be considered a dropped student and will have “dropped” entered on the student’s transcript. Students with documented medical or other issues resulting in non-activity can request an extension. Also, students with Individual Education Programs (IEPs) or 504 Plans may have accommodations or modifications that require extended time for completion of the courses.

Can a student re-enroll in a class if they have been dropped from the class?

Students will only be allowed to re-enroll in the same MoVIP course once during one school year. Students who have dropped out of more than two MoVIP courses in a school year will have to obtain special permission from the MoVIP Supervisor to enroll in any additional courses.