Dual Enrollment is the enrollment program at the University of North Florida for eligible secondary students and home education students in a university course creditable toward high school and and associate or baccalaureate degree. Students enrolled in university courses that are not creditable towards a high school diploma will not be classified as a dual enrollment student.
Deadline for spring 2021 application is November 16, 2020.
Deadline for application materials is December 7, 2020.
Students must have successfully completed the 6th grade.
Students must have and maintain a 3.0 unweighted high school GPA calculated by the University.
Standardized test score minimums (meeting the minimum standards does not guarantee enrollment):
rSAT: 24 Evidence-Based Reading, 25 Writing and 24 Math (revised after March 1, 2016)
ACT: 18 English, 19 Math and 19 Reading
CPT: 83 Reading Comprehension, 83 Sentence Skills and 72 Elementary Algebra
PERT: 114 Math, 106 Reading and 103 Writing
SAT: 460 Verbal, 460 Math (prior to March 1, 2016)
Students must meet UNF's immunization requirements. Questions should be referred to the Office of Medical Compliance at (904) 620-2175.
Students may lose the opportunity to participate in a dual enrollment course if the student is disruptive to the learning process such that the progress of other students or the efficient administration of the course is hindered.
If the student is projected to graduate from the high school before the scheduled completion date of a UNF course, the student may not register for that course through dual enrollment.
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Dual enrollment students are exempt from payment of registration, tuition and laboratory fees.
Applied academics for adult education instruction, developmental education and other forms or pre-collegiate instructions, as well as physical education courses that focus on the physical execution of a skill rather than the intellectual attributes of the activity are ineligible for inclusion in the dual enrollment program. Recreation and leisure studies courses shall be evaluated individually in the same manner as physical education courses for potential inclusion in the program.
Instructional materials are not provided by UNF.
Dual enrollment students are permitted to enroll in a maximum of six credit hours per semester.
Dual enrollment students are permitted to register for fall and spring terms only. UNF is not currently accepting dual enrollment students for the summer terms.
Dual enrollment applications are valid on a semester-to-semester basis. Students must reapply for dual enrollment every semester.
Dual enrollment students are subject to the University of North Florida's policies, procedures and regulations.
Dual enrollment applicants must satisfy all prerequisites or co-requisites prior to enrolling in courses with the requirements. Refer to the UNF Undergraduate Catalog for complete course descriptions and prerequisite and co-requisite information.
Secondary schools or home education programs may not offer courses which combine students enrolled in the college course with students who are only receiving high school credit. Students must be admitted and enrolled in the dual enrollment program in order to receive college credit upon successful completion of the course.
Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from classes.
The University of North Florida does not currently have any active agreements with surrounding counties or high schools that facilitate the acceptance of Early Admission applications at this time. Please check back for future updates.
UNF Student Handbook UNF Academic Calendar
Current Dual Enrollment Course - High School Subject Area Equivalency List
Florida Department of Education - Dual Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions
Florida State Statutes on Dual Enrollment Programs
Florida State Board of Education on College Credit Dual Enrollment