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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.

    You are encouraged to sign up for the BC Dual Enrollment Remind. Please sign up only once by texting your assigned class code below to 81010.


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      Class of 2026   @bcdual26
    • Class of 2027   @bcdual-27

     

    Listed below is the Zoom link to the Broward College Dual Enrollment Information Session for Students and Parents that was held 1/24 at 6:00 pm

    Broward College Dual Enrollment Information Session

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    Broward College Dual Enrollment Home Page

     

  • Eligibility & Registration Information

    Please review the video above for
    Broward College Dual Enrollment/Early Admission
    Information and Processes

    For Eligibility Requirements, Testing Voucher Request Form, and Recommendation Form, please visit:

    https://www.broward.edu/academics/dual-enrollment/students.html

    Please read through all information carefully and complete all steps!

    Summer/Fall 2024 Dual Enrollment/Early Admission Information

    Summer 2024

    Student Priority Deadline: Friday, February 9, 2024

    Student Priority Registration Begins: Wednesday, February 28, 2024

    The final Deadline is Friday, March 22, 2024.

    Fall 2024

    Student Priority Deadline: Friday, April 19, 2024

    Student Priority Registration Begins: Monday, May 20, 2024

    Click Here to get started!


    Please follow the steps to register: Steps to Register

    Some Important Reminders:

    • Recommendation Forms MUST be submitted every semester!
    • Eligible test scores must be uploaded every semester to your Recommendation Form. 
    • 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 a pre-requisite into a course.
    • In the Comment section for students (Fall/Spring Only) - Note if any courses listed will be taken at Western High School.
    • Review both high school and college credit awarded for each course.
    • Recommendation forms are required for BC Dual Enrollment classes being offered on Western High School's campus.
    • A copy of your finalized Dual Enrollment/Early Admission schedule must be submitted to Melissa.becerra@browardschools.com for your Western schedule to be adjusted.

    IT IS THE STUDENT’S RESPONSIBILITY TO STAY INFORMED OF ALL SCHOOL EVENTS AND DEADLINES (EXAMPLES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO -PROM, GRADBASH, CAP & GOWN, GRADUATION/ REHEARSALS, BRIGHT FUTURES/FAFSA, SCHEDULING, FIELD TRIPS, ETC.)


    Dual Enrollment Guidelines
    (updated June, 2021)

    To qualify for Dual Enrollment (DE), students must meet the minimum test score and grade point
    average (GPA) requirements for the institution to which they intend to take courses. The District has
    DE articulation agreements with Broward College, Florida Atlantic University, Florida International
    University, and the University of Florida. Please visit the following site at:
    https://www.browardschools.com/Page/42959 to see the requirements for each institution.

    In high school, students should take seven instructional classes (and one personalization period) each
    semester on an A/B block schedule and four instructional classes each semester for 4x4 block schools.
    Students should have one less instructional class during the school day on the high school campus for
    each DE class that they are taking off the high school campus (including online DE classes).

    Early Admission students are limited to 15 total credit hours per semester, including any labs.

    BCPS supports summer dual enrollment classes at:

    • Broward College with a maximum of one course total for the entire summer, no matter what
      session.
    • FAU Museum of Discovery and Science summer program (MODS).

    Grades 6-10

    • Students who meet the DE eligibility criteria may take one* DE course per semester at BC, FAU,
      FIU, or UF for a maximum total of two courses during the school year.
    • The DE class may be taken on the college campus, on the high school campus, or online.

    Grade 11

    • Students may take two* total DE courses per semester at BC, FAU, FIU, UF, or any
      combination of those schools for a maximum total of four courses during the school year.
    • Both DE courses may be taken on the high school campus; however, students may take a
      maximum of one DE course on the college campus or online. The second DE course must be
      taken on the high school campus.

    Grade 12

    • Students may take three* total DE courses per semester at BC, FAU, FIU, UF, or any combination
      of those schools for a maximum total of six courses during the school year.
    • All DE courses may be taken on the high school campus; however, students may take a maximum
      of two DE courses on the college campus or online. The remaining DE course(s) must be taken on
      the high school campus.

    *Courses with a required lab are considered one course, even though the lab is a separate course for registration purposes.

  • 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 melissa.becerra@browardschools.com
    Click here for qualifying test scores. Tests may be combined to meet eligibility. This applies to both new & continuing dual enrollment students

    PLACEMENT TESTING FEES AND AVAILABILITY

    PLACEMENT TESTS

  • Resources

    2023-2025 Dual Enrollment State Approved Course List

    Frequently Taken Dual Enrollment Courses

    Parent Guide

    BC Academic Calendars

    BC Dual/Early Admission Resources

    General Education AA Degree Requirements

    The website for the Honors College is: www.broward.edu/honors.

    The website for the Accessibility Resources Office is: www.broward.edu/accessibility