Dual Enrollment Documents
Use this step-by-step guide to help you through the dual enrollment application process.
Once you have submitted your dual enrollment application, use the appropriate checklist to help you complete the application process.
Submit the Parental Approval Form - Application Signature Page once you have received your student ID number.
Home school students: Once you have completed the application process and are admitted to the dual enrollment program, use the registration form below for your course selection and registration. You must have this form completed and signed by your parent/guardian in order to register for classes.
Marion County students that attend a private school: Once you have completed the application process and are admitted to the dual enrollment program, use the registration form below for your course selection and registration. You must have this form completed and signed by your guidance counselor in order to register for classes.
If you are attending classes and wish to withdraw from a course or courses, you must complete the Dual Enrollment Withdrawal form. Please take the form to your high school guidance counselor/home school administrator 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.
If you are a current senior in high school who is planning on continuing your education at CF after graduation, please submit an application to continue with the college after dual enrollment. Refer to the Coming to CF After High School Graduation guide for more information.
The College of Central Florida in conjunction with the tricounty service area school districts approve the articulation agreements each academic year.
The course equivalency list is provided by the Florida Department of Education which outlines the college course and high school course credit equivalency. High school guidance counselors and home school parents can use this as a guide for selecting dual enrollment courses for students.