Public School Students
Welcome Parents, Students and Guidance Counselors
Thank you for your interest in the dual enrollment program at the College of Central Florida. Students that wish to enter the dual enrollment program must meet with their high school guidance counselor. You must meet the eligibility requirements for the program by the posted deadlines.
- Eligible students in grades 6-12 with at least 4 completed high school credits
- Submission of an online CF dual enrollment application
- Submission of acceptable, current scores on approved placement test (SAT, ACT or PERT)
- Submission of current high school transcript with appropriate GPA
- Passing scores on the Florida Statewide Assessment for reading and the End-of-Course Assessment for algebra
Once you have submitted your dual enrollment application, use the checklist below to help you complete the application process.
Course Registration Information
Citrus and Levy Counties
Registration will be coordinated through your high school guidance counselor. You must submit your course requests to your guidance counselor prior to your registration date. All students must select the section number of the desired classes and an alternate option in case the course is full. Confirmation of your registration and any scheduling issues will be communicated to your guidance counselor.
Returning student registration is for current dual enrollment students (completed or enrolled in classes). If a returning student does not submit their registration request to the guidance counselor before the returning student registration date, the student will be registered on the next posted registration date. All new students will be registered on the priority registration date or late registration date based on your admissions status.
If a new student qualifies for the priority application deadline, but the student does not submit their request to the guidance counselor prior to the priority registration date, they will be registered on late registration day.
New students will select a time to register after completing the online orientation.
On registration days students will be registered by our advisors on a first come, first served basis. Students will be allowed to sign in at the times posted above and must be present to sign in. They must have their signed blue form with them when signing in. Sign in will begin 30 minutes prior to the posted registration times.
Returning student registration is for current dual enrollment students (completed or enrolled in classes). All new
students will register on the priority registration date or late registration date based on their admissions status.
New applicants will be registered on the dates indicated above. Students will choose a registration session time after they complete their online orientation. Students must come to registration at the time they selected.
All students must select the section number for the desired classes and an alternate option in case the course is full. A parent or guardian may accompany their student on registration day, but their presence is not required for students to enroll.
If a student qualifies for the priority application deadline, but the student or parent is unable to attend priority
registration day, they must register on the late registration day or call for an appointment after the late registration day.
All students: How to choose courses?
Use the online Course Schedule Search to look up the times and days of the available courses and then ask your high school guidance counselor for advice.
If you are attending classes and wish to withdraw from a course or courses, you must complete the Dual Enrollment Withdrawal form below. Please take the form to your high school guidance counselor for approval and signature. You must bring the completed form to one of the CF campuses to be processed by the Dual Enrollment coordinator. Please check the calendar for the withdrawal date deadline.
The College of Central Florida in conjunction with the tricounty service area school districts approve the articulation agreements each academic year.