High School Dual Enrollment

North Florida College, in cooperation with the District School Boards of Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee, and Taylor Counties, provides Dual Enrollment and Early Admissions opportunities for academically qualified high school students. Home school and non-public high school students are eligible for Dual Enrollment and Early Admissions. For details please email dualenrollment@nfc.edu or contact the Coordinator of Dual Enrollment at 850-973-1628.

Students seeking to enroll on a Dual Enrollment or Early Admissions basis must meet all requirements specified by the North Florida College Dual Enrollment and/or Early Admissions Policy and the Interinstitutional Articulation Agreement in effect between North Florida College and the student's secondary school.

Students enrolled in Dual Enrollment or Early Admissions programs must have an application for admission and official evidence of acceptable placement tests (ACT, SAT, CPT, PERT) on file at NFC. Credits may be earned for both high school and college. PERT testing is available in the NFC Testing Center. The Office of Enrollment Services, along with the high school guidance counselor, is responsible for the academic advisement of Dual Enrollment and Early Admissions students.

Each student's plan should include a list of courses that will result in the completion of a certificate or degree. If the student identifies a baccalaureate degree as the objective, the plan must include courses that will meet the general education requirements and any prerequisite requirements for entrance into a selected baccalaureate degree program.

Dual Enrollment Resources

Florida Department of Education Resources:
Dual Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions

Dual Enrollment Transfer Guarantee

Florida State Statutes on Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment High School Course Equivalency Academic List