*Important Information regarding high school students applying for Dual Enrollment or Early Admission* 

Due to funding changes at the State level, the University of North Florida is not be able to process dual enrollment or early admission applications at this time. We are working with local school districts to review and update existing dual enrollment and early admission agreements. Please check back for future updates on this policy. 

Early Admission

The Early Admission Program provides opportunities for talented students who have completed the 11th grade in high school to earn college credit while satisfying high school graduation requirements. Early admission students are expected to attend UNF full-time for both semesters of their senior year and, during this time, will not be enrolled in any classes at their high school. Credit earned through this program with grades of “C” or better may be used in degree programs at UNF.


To qualify for early admission, you must submit the following by the posted general admission deadline:  

  • Admissions Application 
  • $30 Application fee 
  • Early Admission Terms of Agreement with signatures from high school principal, counselor, and parent (available through the UNF Admissions Offic
  • Official high school transcripts reflecting a 3.5 weighted high school GPA or higher based on academic units
  • ACT or SAT scores taken within the last two years (minimum 28 ACT or 1200 SAT)
  • Immunization form 


Early admission students may register for classes ONLY after participating in freshman academic advising.

Continuation at UNF

 Early admission students will not be permitted to register for the fall term following their anticipated high school graduate date unless they have submitted an official, final high school transcript to the Office of Admissions.

For additional guidelines, please obtain an Early Admission Terms of Agreement form at the UNF Office of Admissions.

Disclaimer: All special student types fall under the posted transfer deadlines for admission. Students must submit their complete application package before the deadline in order to be considered for admission.