About Dual Enrollment
Spring 2020 Dates
- Application Opens: Monday, September 9
- Application Closes: Monday, October 14
- Test Score Deadline: Friday, November 1
Algebra I EOC (End of Course) and Grade 10 FSA (Florida Standards Assessments) scores will no longer be accepted for admission into the Dual Enrollment program. This change does not affect students who have been admitted to the Dual Enrollment program prior to fall 2019.
What is Dual Enrollment (DE)?
The Dual Enrollment Program enables qualified public, private and home education students an opportunity to participate in an academic acceleration program.
Dual Enrollment allows students to pursue an advanced curriculum that earns the student both high school and college credit simultaneously.
Benefits of Dual Enrollment
- Get a head start on earning college credit
- Gain access to College resources and campus life
- Explore interesting subjects through a variety of course offerings
- Engage with different instructional methods available: Classroom, Online, or Mixed-mode
- Experience the college atmosphere
- Offset the cost of a college education
- Stand out among your peers
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It was so fun to experience college life and make new friends. You will not regret Dual Enrollment.
— Tatiana - Senior (Osceola County)
I was scared I wasn’t ready to take college classes. But with the help of my professors and advisor, I even got through my hardest math class.
— Cameron - Junior (Orange County)
My first college class was Intro to Programming, where I learned about coding and got to work on some cool assignments.
— Justin - Freshman (Orange County)
Campus Locations & Hours
Monday - Thursday: 8AM - 5PM
Friday 9AM - 12PM
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays: Appointments Only
Wednesdays and Thursdays: Walk-Ins only (8AM-4PM)