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Dual Enrollment at UCF is for students who have demonstrated exceptional academic ability and who desire to dual enroll on a part-time basis, taking one or two courses, while completing their high school coursework. Students must submit an application for admission by the published application deadline.

UCF Dual Enrollment Website:

Application Seasons: 

  • For Fall,  the application deadline traditionally is early May
  • For Spring,  the application deadline traditionally is early November
  • For Summer,  the application deadline traditionally is early March
  • Check UCF's Dual Enrollment website for this year's dates

Admission Requirements:

  • Minimum 3.8 high school GPA * (as re-calculated by UCF using only academic core courses)
  • Junior or Senior in high school
  • Official copy of high school transcript
  • Eligible college-ready test scores:     
  •  ACT: 28 (Composite) 
  • SAT: 1330  (Reading, Writing + Math)

Interested?   Reach out to your counselor!

Please remember:  It is great to take challenging college courses! The grade that you receive in your college-level classes will go on both your high school and college transcripts and will impact both your high school and college GPAs. You should take our courses seriously and understand that they require your time and attention. Similarly, if you are successful in our rigorous college-level courses it will positively impact your GPA and student resume.