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College Courses for High School Students

Dual Enrollment is a statewide program for high school students to enroll with fees exempted for students in college courses to earn college credit and credit toward high school graduation simultaneously. The Florida dual enrollment program was created by Florida statute and is governed by state law. It serves public, private and home-schooled students.

More than 50,000 high school students in Florida participated in dual enrollment at the state’s 28 state colleges last year, earning over 577,000 semester hours of college credit. Northwest Florida State College has provided dual enrollment opportunities for more than 25 years to thousands of students.

Remote PERT testing is now available. Please request your remote test by submitting the Remote PERT registration form.

Need help?

For more information, please contact the Dual Credit Coordinator at [email protected].

Apply for Dual Enrollment


Scheduled Webinars

You may sign up for a webinar by filling out the online registration form. All webinars will begin at 7 p.m. CST.

  • No upcoming dates at this time.

Forms and Additional Information


Eligibility

  • Minimum 3.0 GPA, cumulative/unweighted
  • Must take an approved placement test
  • Juniors and Seniors may register for any term, during or after school hours, on NWF State College’s campus or at their high school.
  • Sophomores may take courses after school hours in the fall, spring, or any time during summer term, offered on campus or at their high school.
  • Rising Sophomores may begin taking Dual Enrollment courses following the last day of 9th grade.

Home School Students

  • Must be officially enrolled in a home school program
  • Must take an approved placement test
  • Submit a copy of your current Legal Compliance and Eligibility Form on file with the school district
  • Must have earned at least 5 Carnegie Units (transcript must be submitted prior to registration day)

Private School Students

Please refer to your school’s governing articulation agreement for private student eligibility, as this varies from school to school.


Articulation Agreements