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The UF's Dual Enrollment program helps eligible accelerated high school students access coursework at the University of Florida from their home district. Students may take up two classes each semester at no cost. Delivered fully online and taught by UF faculty, students receive a rigorous college learning experience.

University of Florida Dual Enrollment Website: 

Application Deadlines: 

  • For Fall semester, the application window traditionally closes in mid-April
  • For Spring semester, the application window traditionally closes in mid-October
  • Check UF's dual enrollment website for this year's admission dates

Admission Requirements: 

  • 3.6 cumulative unweighted GPA
  • Junior or Senior in high school
  • Eligible college-ready test scores:        
  • SAT: 1100 (Composite Score)
  • PSAT: 1130 (PSAT 10/NMSQT only)
  • ACT: 22 (Composite Score)
  • If admitted, must maintain a 3.6 unweighted GPA

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.