Dual Enrollment is a challenging program for
high school juniors and seniors who wish to earn college credit before graduating
from high school.
Any public, private or home-schooled junior or senior with:
- A GPA of 3.0 for college classes or 2.5 for vocational training.
- An appropriate score on a college placement test.
What are the advantages to being dually enrolled in high school and college?
- Head start on a quality college education
- Credits earned transfer to any Florida public college or university and most out of state universities
- Earn high school credit and college credit at the same time
- College textbooks are free, if you are a public school student
- Tuition and lab fees are covered
- Access to college resources, facilities, services and highly qualified teaching faculty
Dual Enrollment Classes / Application
When can I attend classes?
Students may attend dual enrollment classes:
- At their high school during regular hours
- At their high school after regular hours, by arrangement.
- On any Pensacola State College campus with other college students.
- During summer school.
- Dual enrollment courses are offered during the summer on any Pensacola State College campus.
- Full course credit earned in only six weeks.
- Three-day weekends.
- On-campus experience.
How do I apply for Dual Enrollment?
- Contact your high school guidance counselor.
- Turn in your current SAT, ACT or PERT placement scores.
- Get the proper paperwork from your high school or print from the Dual Enrollment documents link
Dual Enrollment Testing
- Please contact your local high school guidance counselor or the Pensacola State College Dual Enrollment office for more information regarding the program, test dates, and times.
Office Location and Telephone
|Pensacola||Bldg 2 / Admissions & Information||850.484.1547|