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Dual Enrollment

The final deadline for Spring 2015 admissions was November 1, 2014. All of the students that completed the process and will be accepted into the Dual Enrollment program for Spring 2015 can expect to receive an official acceptance letter, via U.S. mail, no later than December 5, 2014. AFTER you have received an official acceptance letter in the mail, immediately proceed with instructions as provided to avoid delays with registering for your Spring 2015 courses.

  1. Setup your Atlas account.

  2. Complete the LASSI and Career Review assessments; visit the assessment website for more information about how to complete these assessments online via Blackboard.

  3. Wait 48 hours before registering for a New Student Orientation session via your Atlas account. NSO can be completed online OR on campus.

  4. Wait at least 48 hours after completing a New Student Orientation session for your results to be posted and then the hold will be removed.

  5. Register for classes; check your Atlas account for the window in which you will be permitted to register for the upcoming term.

Dual enrollment is an acceleration program that allows secondary students to take postsecondary coursework and simultaneously earn credit toward high school completion and an industry certification, or an associate or baccalaureate degree at a Florida public or eligible private institution.

According to the U.S. Department of Education, college credit earned prior to high school graduation reduces the average time-to-degree and increases the likelihood of graduation for the students who participate in these programs. There is great potential to further engage and motivate students to take academically rigorous courses that capture their interests. There is also evidence that dual enrollment increases academic performance and educational attainment.

Key requirements include the following:

  1. Academic readiness, social maturity and motivation
  2. Not yet graduated from high school
  3. Meet GPA and college-level test score eligibility requirements
  4. Successfully complete courses, with a "C" or better
  5. Receiving both high school and college credit for the course

Effective Immediately (as of March 30, 2012)

All students are required to submit college-level test scores for reading, writing and math (any combination of eligible scores will be accepted) along with the admissions application, by the designated term deadline.

PERT Reading 106 Writing 103 Math 123
114 (Intermediate, MAT1033C)
ACT Reading 20 English 17 Math 21
19 (Intermediate, MAT1033C)
SAT Critical Reading 440 Math 500
440 (Intermediate, MAT1033C)


Application Deadline - October 1

Scores & Documents Due By - November 1


Open Enrollment Begins - February 1

Application Deadline - April 1

Scores & Documents Due By - May 15


Dual Enrollment New Student Orientation Handout

Dual Enrollment Assessment Notes Handout

Parking Decal Information

Graduation Transcript Request Info



Monday - Friday: 8 AM to 5 PM
Friday Summer (Effective May 9th - July 11th): 8 AM to 12 PM

Phone: 407-582-1600
Fax: 407-582-1901


West Campus
Student Services Building (SSB), Room 146

Dual Enrollment Office
West Campus, MC 4-48
1800 South Kirkman Rd.
Orlando, FL 32811