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    Dual Enrollment
    The Dual Enrollment Program at Broward College (BC) is an accelerated program that allows eligible public/charter, private and home school secondary students to take postsecondary coursework and simultaneously earn both high school and college credits, saving both time and money! Dual Enrollment students are exempt from the payment of application fees, tuition and laboratory fees.  College courses are offered at BC campuses and centers, including the Broward College Online campus, and at several high school campuses.

    Early Admission
    Early Admission, a form of dual enrollment, allows eligible high school senior students to enroll in at least 12 credits per term, Fall and Spring, and maintain a college GPA of 2.0 or greater. Early admission students wishing to matriculate to BC will need to submit their final high school transcript showing their graduation date.

  • Eligibility & Registration Information

    For eligibility requirements and How to Get Started, please visit:

    Please read through all the information carefully and complete all steps!

    Broward College Dual Enrollment Fall 2022 session and Early Admission for Seniors c/o 2023

    Please make sure you read all the information below as well as on BC's site carefully to ensure no steps are missed!!! 

    We are excited to announce that Broward College Dual Enrollment and Early Admission is available to qualifying students this upcoming Fall (2023).

    EARLY ADMISSION is available for qualified Class of 2023 seniors who want to take their remaining graduation credits at Broward College.

    The deadline for students to submit eligible test scores (ACCUPLACER, PERT, ACT, or SAT) and the Fall recommendation form is April 22, 2022

    Students New to Dual Enrollment:

    If you meet the unweighted GPA requirement of 3.0 but need qualifying test scores, please visit to create a BC account and complete a Testing Voucher Request Form. 

    The placement chart is also listed on this link. Please keep in mind that test scores are only valid for 2 years.

    SUMMER 2022 Dual Enrollment Information  

    - Students will only be eligible to take a maximum of 1 course over the summer

    Eligible test scores and completed Recommendation Form are due to Plantation High School by February 8th2022. This includes both the student and parent segments.

    When registration opens on Monday March 7th, 2022, please follow the steps to register: Steps to Register

    Please Note: This information is for continuing students only!

    Broward College has launched a NEW Dual Enrollment/Early Admission Online Recommendation Form that is only available on your BC One Access account.  This is a 3-part process (Student, Parent, Counselor) that must be completed.

    See below for how to access the new Dual Enrollment Recommendation Form.

    • Go to
    • Click on the tile for Students.
    • Scroll down to HOW TO GET STARTED. Choose the tab for your school type.
      1. New students should start with Step 1.
      2. Continuing students should start with Step 3.
    • Under Step 3 click on the link for, Dual Enrollment Recommendation Form.
    • You will be prompted to log into your BC One Access Account and fill out your Dual Enrollment Recommendation Form.

     Student Responsibility

    • You will complete the steps above to access the online Dual Enrollment Recommendation Form.
    • Complete the Student Sections as required.
    • Spring Term Course Requests for DE/EA courses at BC
      • Be sure to add a minimum of 4 and maximum of 8 course requests to the student portion of the form.
      • Email your School Counselor for discussion and academic planning.
    • Press “Submit” for your form to be sent to your parent’s email address. Be sure that you have communicated with your parents in advance regarding the receipt of the email that requires their electronic signature.
    • Assist your parents in locating the Parent Guide for their portion of the online form.
    • Email your School Counselor once you have confirmed that both the Student and Parent Sections of the form have been submitted.

    Parent Responsibility

    • Locate the Parent Guide at
    • Complete the Parent Section of the Dual Enrollment Recommendation Form that requires your electronic signature.
    • Press “Submit”.

     Counselor Responsibility

    • Counselors will complete the approval portion of the DE Recommendation Form in order of receipt in the Dynamic Forms System.
    • Counselors will then submit forms to Broward College for entry.

    What happens next?

    1. Your DE Online Recommendation Form must be completed by you and approved by your parent by the deadline. Then your counselor will be able to view and approve it online. This is a District wide deadline set by Broward College.
    2. Once your parent, counselor and BC have approved your form, you will receive an email (in your BC account) with confirmation of your 8 possible approved courses for Spring Term.
    3. Register for your class(es) through your BC account. You do not need to register for DE courses taken at PHS.
    4. Do not schedule BC classes that interfere with your PHS schedule! Fully online, Friday and weekend classes are also permitted.
    5. Students must submit a copy of their BC schedule to their School Counselor. Retrieve schedule from MyBC>Registration>MySchedule. Save as a PDF and email to your counselor.

    For students NEW to Broward College Dual Enrollment:

    Initial Eligibility

    • Be enrolled as a student in a Florida public or non-public secondary school or home education program in Broward County
    • Minimum 3.0 unweighted high school grade point average (GPA)
    • College level test scores in all areas – English, Reading and Math on an ACT/SAT/PERT/ ACCUPLACER (these are the only acceptable assessments.   ACCUPLACER Testing must be complete before you can complete the Dynamic Forms online)
    • If a student does not have a required/passing score for the ACT/SAT/PERT, she/he can take an ACCUPLACER test virtually. Visit the Testing Center for ACCUPLACER study guide questions and testing center locations and times.  ALL testing has to be completed/submitted to school before set deadlines.

    Placement Testing 

    • Students do need to apply to the College first. Complete the Broward College Application and obtain a student ID.  DO NOT lose this ID.
    • Then, students must go to and click on the Testing tile. 
      • This area will guide students to fill out a request to test.
      • The testing center will send the students a testing voucher to their personal email to take the exam remotely.
      • Students must complete testing by the Deadline. If they do not, it will be good for the next term of enrollment.




    Students should contact their School Counselor with any questions regarding the Broward College Dual Enrollment.


    Some Important Reminders:

    • All current Dual Enrollment/Early Admissions initial and continuing eligibility information and state approved course list can be found at Dual Enrollment State Approved Course List
    • Check for pre-requisites and/or co-requisites to make sure you are eligible to take course.
    • In the Comment section for students - Note any passing AP/AICE exam scores if you are using as pre-requisite into a course.
    • Review both high school and college credit awarded for each course.
    • A copy of your finalized Dual Enrollment/Early Admissions’ schedule must be submitted to your School Counselor.

    Dual Enrollment Course Limits per Term (Fall/Spring):

    • 9th - 10th graders can take ONE class each semester at BC. 
      • They can take the class on the high school campus (if offered) or on the college campus.
    • 11th graders can take a total of two classes each semester.  ...
      • They can only take ONE class each semester on the BC campus, online through BC or online at UF.
      • They can take the second DE course on your high school campus (if BC DE courses are offered on the high school campus).  
      • If you do not have any DE courses on your campus, or if the student is not interested in taking the DE course on your campus then that student would only be allowed to take a total of ONE class each semester on the BC campus, online through BC or online at UF.
    • 12th graders can take a total of three classes each semester.  ...
      • They can only take TWO classes each semester on the BC campus, online through BC or online at UF.
      • They can take the third DE course on your high school campus if you offer DE courses on your high school campus (if BC DE courses are offered on the high school campus). 
      • If you do not have any DE courses on your campus, or if the student is not interested in taking the DE course on your campus then that student would only be allowed to take a total of TWO classes each semester on the BC campus, online through BC or online at UF.

  • Testing Information

    Placement Testing is now available Year-Round! For more details click here

    Please send a copy of your eligible test scores (ACCUPLACER, PERT, ACT, or SAT) to your School Counselor.
    See chart below for qualifying scores. Tests may be combined to meet eligibility. This applies to both new & continuing dual enrollment students

  • Resources

    2021-2023 Dual Enrollment State Approved Course List

    2021-2022 Frequently Taken Dual Enrollment Courses

    Parent Guide

    BC Academic Calendars

    General Education AA Degree Requirements

    The website for the Honors College is:

    The website for the Accessibility Resources Office is: