Earn College Credit While In High School

About Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment is a challenging acceleration program for academically talented students who wish to earn high school and college credit at the same time. This program is open to the student from a public high school, an accredited private school, or an approved home-education program.

Benefits of the Dual Enrollment program:

  • Reduce the average time-to-college degree
  • Save money by taking college credit classes while in high school
  • Increase the likelihood of college graduation
  • Enhance academic performance
  • Participate in career dual enrollment that will lead to an industry certification. Many industry certifications will articulate to college credit toward a degree.

Eligibility Requirements

Interested students must meet the following eligibility requirements.

  1. The student must be enrolled in grade six through twelve;
  2. The student must have an unweighted high school grade point average of 3.0 or above with a minimum of three high school credits, and who has earned appropriate college placement test scores to enroll in college credit courses; or
  3. The student must have an unweighted high school grade point average of 2.0 with a minimum of three high school credits, and who has earned appropriate college placement test scores to enroll in programs leading to an industry certification or an applied technology diploma.
  • For college credit courses, achieve a minimum score on a common placement test pursuant to Rule 6A-14.064, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.)
  • Meet any additional eligibility criteria specified by the postsecondary institution in the Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement
  • Cannot be scheduled to graduate prior to the completion of the dual enrollment course

Public and Private School Check List

1. Verify Eligibility and Get Informed

Meet with your high school guidance counselor to determine if you are eligible based on the current district articulation requirements.

2. Complete/Submit Testing

Students may take the ACT, SAT, or PERT test to show you are college ready. You must meet the minimum scores in Reading, English/Writing, and Math (either level) to take Dual Enrollment Courses on a college campus. If you do not meet the minimum scores in all three segments, you may take dual enrollment courses offered on your high school campus for the course/s in which you did meet the minimum score. You must retest, and meet the minimum scores across Reading, English/Writing, and Math by the completion of your 12th college credit to continue with dual enrollment.

Students interested in Dual Enrollment and taking the ACT or SAT should put Pensacola State College as one of their college choices (School Code: 001513) so test scores are sent to the college. If you have already completed one or both tests and did not list PSC at the time of testing, please request your official scores be sent to PSC.

Students interested in Dual Enrollment and taking the PERT, should schedule their test with the Testing Center. Students may take the PERT at the campus nearest you.

  • Students must come to the testing center with a completed Testing Referral Form and a valid state or federal government ID (pictures of these items will not be accepted).
  • On the Testing Referral Form Students are asked to provide their Social Security Number (SSN), Name, Date of Birth, Address and Email to ensure test scores can be matched with a student’s application to the school when it is received. Please see the form for additional details on how access to this information is restricted to protect student privacy.
  • The first time you take the PERT with PSC is free, any additional sittings cost $10.
  • Students may take the PERT test every 30 days.

Contact the Testing Center for more details, or questions regarding any of the above.

 

Minimum scores for entry into the Dual Enrollment Program

PERT ACT SAT
Reading 106 19 24
English 103 17 25
Math – Interim Algebra 114 19 24
Math – College Algebra 123 21 27.5

 

3. Complete the PSC Dual Enrollment Application Online

Complete the PSC Dual Enrollment Application

*On your application please select:

  • Academic Level = Undergraduate
  • Student Type = Dual Enrollment
  • Program of Study = Dual Enrollment
  • Anticipated Start = choose the semester that you intend to begin taking classes

**Be sure to read the help boxes throughout the application

Please allow time for your application and eligibility requirements to be reviewed. You can check the status of your application by logging back in to the application site. Keep a close eye on your email listed on your application (including the spam/junk folder). Once approved, you will receive an email with Workday log-in instructions and your PSC email address (Piratemail) to be used for all dual enrollment communications with the College.

4. After Acceptance

Once you have been accepted to PSC, follow the directions on the email you received to login to Workday and your Piratemail. If you need some additional guidance please check out our Workday Help webpage.

After logging in to Workday for the first time, you can complete Class Registration Approval Form to request the courses/sections you would like to take. Dual Enrollment students cannot register themselves for classes.

Students can use Workday or the Course Search to find and review course offerings. Once you submit the form, your counselor will review, and approve or deny your courses. Students will not be registered for classes that are full.

Need help on how to search for classes? Check out this helpful guide.

PLEASE NOTE: This form will need to be completed each term.

5. Finalize Registration

A PSC staff member will review your counselor approved courses and register you if there are still seats available in your requested section(s). Keep an eye on your Piratemail for updates on if/when your registration is completed. Once you receive that confirmation, make sure you check your Current Classes in Workday.

Need help finding your Current Classes? Check out this helpful guide.

If you wish to request additional changes to your schedule after the initial submission of the Class Registration Approval Form, you and your counselor will use the Schedule Adjustment (Drop/Add) Form to request additional changes.

Make sure to check out the Dual Enrollment Student tab on this page for important information you’ll need now that you’re a PSC Student!

Home School Check List

1. Verify Eligibility and Get Informed

Contact the County School District Official for your county of residence to determine if you are eligible to participate in Dual Enrollment based on the current district articulation requirements. If you are eligible, your Parent/Home School Official will work with the County Official to complete the Home School Students District Form.

PLEASE NOTE: This form will need to be completed each term.

Escambia County

Chris McFarland
cmcfarland@escambia.k12.fl.us
(850) 469-5448

Santa Rosa Campus

Laura Austin
austinlk@santarosa.k12.fl.us
(850) 981-7860

Please review the steps outlined on this page and complete them in order. If you have any questions regarding Dual Enrollment here at PSC, please email the PSC contact listed below based on your residency.

Escambia County Home School

Dual Enrollment General Email
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Santa Rosa County Home School - (Century, Milton, Pace, Jay)

Contact: Tyra Henderson
thenderson2@pensacolastate.edu

Santa Rosa County Home School - (Gulf Breeze, Navarre)

2. Complete/Submit Testing

Students may take the ACT, SAT, or PERT test to show you are college ready. You must meet the minimum scores in Reading, English/Writing, and Math (either level) to be eligible to take dual enrollment courses.

Students interested in Dual Enrollment and taking the ACT or SAT should put Pensacola State College as one of their college choices (School Code: 001513) so test scores are sent to the college. If you have already completed one or both tests and did not list PSC at the time of testing, please request your official scores be sent to PSC.

Students interested in Dual Enrollment and taking the PERT, should schedule their test with the Testing Center. Students may take the PERT at the campus nearest you.

  • Students must come to the testing center with a completed Testing Referral Form Testing Referral Form and a valid state or federal government ID (pictures of these items will not be accepted).
  • On the Testing Referral Form Students are asked to provide their Social Security Number (SSN), Name, Date of Birth, Address and Email to ensure test scores can be matched with a student’s application to the school when it is received. Please see the form for additional details on how access to this information is restricted to protect student privacy.
  • The first time you take the PERT with PSC is free, any additional sittings cost $10.
  • Students may take the PERT test every 30 days.
  • Contact the Testing Center for more details, or questions regarding any of the above.

 

Minimum scores for entry into the Dual Enrollment Program

PERT ACT SAT
Reading 106 19 24
English 103 17 25
Math – Interim Algebra 114 19 24
Math – College Algebra 123 21 27.5

 

3. Complete the PSC Dual Enrollment Application Online

Complete the PSC Dual Enrollment Application

 *On your application please select:

  • Academic Level = Undergraduate
  • Student Type = Dual Enrollment
  • Program of Study = Dual Enrollment
  • Anticipated Start = choose the semester that you intend to begin taking classes

**Be sure to read the help boxes throughout the application

Please allow time for your application and eligibility requirements to be reviewed. Keep a close eye on your email listed on your application (including the spam/junk folder). Once approved, you will receive an email with Workday log-in instructions and your PSC email address (Piratemail) to be used for all dual enrollment communications with the College.

4. Complete Home School Articulation Agreement

If you do meet the eligibility and testing requirements, the Home School Principal/Parent will complete and submit the Home School Articulation Agreement.

This document will be submitted once when student is initially admitted as a dual enrollment student, and again if the agreement is revised. Submit completed agreement to the designated contacts below according to your residency.

Escambia County

Dual Enrollment General Email
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Santa Rosa County Home School - (Century, Milton, Pace, Jay)

Santa Rosa County Home School - (Gulf Breeze, Navarre)

5. After Acceptance

Once you have been accepted to PSC, follow the directions on the email you received to login to Workday and your Piratemail. If you need some additional guidance please check out our Workday Help webpage.

After logging in to Workday for the first time, the Student and the Home School Principal/Parent will complete the Class Registration Approval Form. Dual Enrollment students cannot register themselves for classes, this form is how you will request the courses/sections you would like to take.

Students can use Workday or the Course Search to find and review course offerings. Students will not be registered for classes that are full.

Need help on how to search for classes? Check out this helpful guide.

PLEASE NOTE: This form will need to be completed each term.

6. Finalize Registration

A PSC staff member will review your submitted documents for completion. The PSC Advisor will advise you of any issues via your Piratemail (student email) and your Home School Principal/Parent via the email provided on the district form, and if there are no issues they will register you if there are still seats available in your requested section(s). Keep an eye on your Piratemail for updates on if/when your registration is completed. Once you receive that confirmation, make sure you check your Current Classes in Workday.

Need help finding your Current Classes? Check out this helpful guide.

If you wish to request additional changes to your schedule after the initial submission of the Class Registration Approval Form, you and your Home School Principal/Parent will use the Schedule Adjustment (Drop/Add) Form to request additional changes.

Make sure to check out the Dual Enrollment Student tab on this page for important information you’ll need now that you’re a PSC Student!

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Important Information for Registered Dual Enrollment Students

1. Student Expectations

All Dual Enrollment students have agreed to follow PSC’s Student Code of Conduct.

In addition, there are certain guidelines that must be met to remain in good standing as a Dual Enrollment student and maintain your eligibility to continue to take courses through PSC. Make sure you familiarize yourself with the requirements, and follow them, to remain eligible. The requirements are in the Articulation Agreement.

PLEASE NOTE: Students are expected to attend (or for online classes to log in to the Canvas Class) on the first day of class after registration to obtain the course syllabus. Students who do not participate in their classes at all will be dropped from the class. This can endanger your graduation from High School.

2. First Term PSC Dual Enrolled Students

How to get a PSC ID

Upload a picture to your Workday student profile. THEN use the request function in Workday to request your student ID. You can request to pick up the ID at the campus nearest you.

Your student ID is necessary for testing, library checkouts, and many other activities on the College. It will also give you access to student discounts around town, as well as access to campus events at discounted rates or even for no cost (varies per event).

How to get a PSC Parking Decal

Please fill out the Vehicle Decal Registration Form and return it to the Office of Public Safety at the campus nearest you.

To receive your parking decal, you will need to show your vehicle registration and proof that you are a Pensacola State College student (ID card or a paid schedule).

All motor vehicles operated on Pensacola State College Campuses must be registered with the Pensacola State College Police Department. This includes all full-time students, part-time students, employees, faculty and staff.

3. How to get your Textbooks

Escambia County Public School Students

Students must contact their High School Counselors for directions or follow previously provided directions from your High School Counselors, to ensure the correct books are ordered for you. The PSC Bookstore on the Pensacola Campus will fulfill textbook orders after receiving registration information from your high school. Beginning approximately 2 weeks before term start, the bookstore will contact students when their textbooks are available and ready for pickup.

Have the following with you for identification verification:

  • Photo ID
  • Schedule (copy or digital via Workday)
  • Parent must be present if you are under 18

You will be required to sign the Bookstore Agreement regarding the rental and return policies. For more information, contact the PSC Bookstore at (850) 484-1515.

Home Schooled Students

The PSC Bookstore on the Pensacola Campus will fulfill textbook orders after receiving registration information from the college. Beginning approximately 2 weeks before term start, the bookstore will contact students when their textbooks are available and ready for pickup.

Have the following with you for identification verification:

  • Photo ID
  • Schedule (copy or digital via Workday)
  • Parent must be present if you are under 18

You will be required to sign the Bookstore Agreement regarding the rental and return policies. For more information, contact the PSC Bookstore at (850) 484-1515.

Private School Students

The PSC Bookstore on the Pensacola Campus will fulfill textbook orders after receiving registration information from the college. Beginning approximately 2 weeks before term start, the bookstore will contact students when their textbooks are available and ready for pickup.

Have the following with you for identification verification:

  • Photo ID
  • Schedule (copy or digital via Workday)
  • Parent must be present if you are under 18

You will be required to sign the Bookstore Agreement regarding the rental and return policies. For more information, contact the PSC Bookstore at (850) 484-1515.

Santa Rosa County Public School Students

Have the following with you for identification verification:

  • Photo ID
  • Schedule (copy or digital via Workday)
  • Parent’s cannot pick up for students

Students attending Milton, Pace, Jay, Central, and Virtual Schools will pick up their books at the Milton Campus Library.

Students attending Gulf Breeze and Navarre will pick up their books at the South Santa Rosa Center main office.

4. How to Register for more semesters of Dual Enrollment Classes

Public and Private School Students

Log In to MyPSC, then complete the Class Registration Approval Form to request the courses/sections you would like to take. Dual Enrollment students cannot register themselves for classes.

Students can use Workday or the Course Search to find and review course offerings. Students will not be registered for classes that are full.

Need help on how to search for classes? Check out this helpful guide.

If you wish to request additional changes to your schedule after the initial submission of the Class Registration Approval Form, you and your counselor will use the Schedule Adjustment (Drop/Add) Form to request additional changes.

PLEASE NOTE: At the end of the current semester all Dual Enrollment students will be reviewed to see if their performance in their current classes meets eligibility requirements. If you do meet eligibility requirements, no further action is needed. If you fail to meet eligibility requirements to continue as a dual enrollment student, you will be dropped from your next term dual enrollment classes and notified via Piratemail. It is your responsibility to work with your High School Counselor to make new plans for the next term.

Home Schooled Students

STEP ONE:
Your Parent/Home School Official will complete the Home School Students District Form making sure to select the correct county official based on your residency.

STEP TWO:
Log In to MyPSC, then complete the Class Registration Approval Form to request the courses/sections you would like to take. Dual Enrollment students cannot register themselves for classes.

Students can use Workday or the Course Search to find and review course offerings. Students will not be registered for classes that are full.

Need help on how to search for classes? Check out this helpful guide.

If you wish to request additional changes to your schedule after the initial submission of the Class Registration Approval Form, you and your counselor will use the Schedule Adjustment (Drop/Add) Form.

PLEASE NOTE: At the end of the current semester all Dual Enrollment students will be reviewed to see if their performance in their current classes meets eligibility requirements. If you do meet eligibility requirements, no further action is needed. If you fail to meet eligibility requirements to continue as a dual enrollment student, you will be dropped from your next term dual enrollment classes and notified via Piratemail. It is your responsibility to work with your High School Counselor to make new plans for the next term.

5. Accommodations

At the collegiate level it is the responsibility of the student to initiate contact to request services. Students who need reasonable accommodations for a disability must contact PSC’s Student Resource Center for ADA Services. Students will register with PSC’s Student Resource Center for ADA Services and present current documentation of their disability.

Documentation requirements and types of reasonable accommodations available in college may be different than high school, so students should contact the ADA office to discuss specific requirements. For more information, contact the Student Resource Center for ADA Services on the Pensacola Campus, Bldg. 6, Room 603, ADA-Services@pensacolastate.edu or by phone at 850.484.1637 (Voice/TDD/TTY).

6. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do I view my schedule?

In Workday navigate you’re your Academics App. Select “View My Courses” (If using the mobile app look for “Weekly Schedule” instead).

Where do I access Workday, Piratemail, Canvas and other important school apps?

Scroll to the top of this page and click on MyPSC and if not already logged in complete the login instructions.

Are there any important dates I should know?

Absolutely! Make sure you familiarize yourself with the Academic Calendar.

How do I drop or add a class?

You and your counselor will use the Schedule Adjustment (Drop/Add) Form (See Important Links Above) to request additional changes. Make sure you have checked the Academic Calendar and are still within the time frame to drop and add classes.

7. Having Problems?

If you find you are lost or confused, have been dropped unexpectedly from a class, or run into any college related issues please make sure to check in with your PSC Advisor (contact information available in the Academics app on Workday). Need more guidance on how to locate their information? Check out the video on Workday Help.

If you have questions or concerns about high school credits, your graduation from high school, or your ability to complete a dual enrollment course please contact your High School Counselor.

Dual Enrollment Contacts

PSC Contact/Advisors

Aletheia Christian Academy

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Central High School

Jennifer Hill Faron
jhillfaron@pensacolastate.edu

Christian Institute of Arts and Sciences

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

East Hill Christian

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Escambia High School

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Escambia Virtual Academy

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Gulf Breeze High School

Home School Escambia

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Home School Florida

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Home School (Century, Milton, Pace, Jay)

Home School Santa Rosa (Gulf Breeze, Navarre)

Jay High School

LEAD Academy

Jennifer Hill Faron
jhillfaron@pensacolastate.edu

Lighthouse Private Christian Academy

Locklin Technical College

Milton High School

Jennifer Hill Faron
jhillfaron@pensacolastate.edu

Navarre High School

Northview High School

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Pace High School

Pensacola Catholic High School

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Pensacola High School

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Pensacola Private School of Liberal Arts

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Pine Forest High School

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Santa Rosa Christian School

Jennifer Hill Faron
jhillfaron@pensacolastate.edu

Santa Rosa High School

Jennifer Hill Faron
jhillfaron@pensacolastate.edu

Santa Rosa Virtual

Jennifer Hill Faron
jhillfaron@pensacolastate.edu

Success Academy

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Tate High School

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Trinitas Christian School

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

Victory Performing Arts Academy

Jennifer Hill Faron
jhillfaron@pensacolastate.edu

Washington High School

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

West Florida Baptist Academy

Jennifer Hill Faron
jhillfaron@pensacolastate.edu

West Florida Technical High School

Pensacola State Main Campus
dualenrollment@pensacolastate.edu

County District Contact Information

Escambia County Charter Schools

Escambia County Home School

Santa Rosa County Home School & Charter School

Student Resource Center for ADA Services

Student Resource Center for ADA Services
ADA-Services@pensacolastate.edu

PSC Administrators and Important Offices

Dean, Baccalaureate Studies and Academic Support

Dr. Kirk Bradley
kbradley@pensacolastate.edu

Associate Vice President, Student Affairs

Dr. Jon Stephenson
jstephenson@pensacolastate.edu

Dual Enrollment Coordinator

Dual Enrollment Documents & Forms

Public High School

Home School

Private High School