College Dual Enrollment

  • 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.
    College Academy
    The College Academy at BC offers high school juniors enrolled as full-time in the program, the opportunity to receive a high school diploma from the School Board of Broward County, Florida and an Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree from Broward College. College Academy students are subject to additional eligibility criteria as published by the College Academy.
    Eligibility Requirements
    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
    Placement Test English​ ​Reading ​Math


    (Before March 1, 2016)

    ​440+ (Critical Reading) ​440+ (Critical Reading)
    ​440-489 (MAT1033)
    490+ (MAC1105)


    (After March 1, 2016)

    ​25+ (Writing and Language) ​24+ (Reading)

    ​24 - 26.4 (MAT1033)

    26.5+ (MAC1105)

    ​ACT ​17+ (English) ​19+ (Reading)
    ​19-20 (MAT1033)
    21+ (MAC1105)
    ​103+ (Writing) and
    106+ (Reading)
    ​106+ (Reading)
    ​114-122 (MAT1033)
    123+ (MAC1105)
    New SAT scores are effective as of March 1, 2016. Please refer to the cut-off scores listed above.
    Visit for PERT study guide questions and testing center locations and times.
    Continued Eligibility
    • Complete a Dual Enrollment Recommendation Form each term with parent/legal guardian, student, school counselor and principal signatures
    • Maintain a 3.0 unweighted high school GPA
    • Maintain a 2.0 Broward College GPA
    • Earn a grade of “C” or better in each college course
    • Early Admission and College Academy students who receive a “D” or “F” grade may only be allowed to continue taking courses if approved by the school counselor from the high school and still meet eligibility requirements.

    The Student Checklist (pdf) is available at this link.

    List of Dual Enrollment Courses:

    The Approved Course List (pdf)- is available at this link.


    For more information about Dual Enrollment opportunities for your student, please click the link provided or have your student make an appointment with their guidance counselor. Listen for announcements!

    Broward College Dual Enrollment Information - click here!

    Florida Atlantic Dual Enrollment Information - Click Here!

  • Broward College - New BC One Access Instructions

    **These directions are for students who have already applied to BC before February 18, 2019.

     Broward College CAN and we did! We enhanced our BC One Access to secure your BC Accounts with Multi Factor Authentication (MFA). MFA prevents anyone but you from accessing your account, even if they know your password. This process will help you set up your account with this added layer of security.

     Access to myBC, D2L, email and Office 365 will be through Broward College One Access. To log-in, you must do so by using your BC email and password.

     Below are the steps needed to access your BC Institutional Email before February 18, 2019.

    1. Go to
    2. Click on the Login button on top right corner of page
    3. Click on myBC option on drop-down menu
    4. Enter your Student ID and Password
    5. Click and Review all Policies and Requests (if page prompts you to). Once done, your Homepage will appear
    6. Under the “My Details” box, your Institutional Email will appear – save/memorize BC email.

     After February 18, 2019, you will not be able to log into your myBC account using your BC Student ID #. You will need your BC email.  

     If you need access to your BC Email after February 18th, you will need to visit the website or call the BC Helpdesk at 954-201-7521. 

     **For those students who apply to BC on or after February 18, 2019, you will obtain your BC email on the confirmation page when you submit your application online. It will no longer list your BC Student ID #.

     How to access your BC ID # (must be listed on DE Recommendation Form):

    1. Login to your BC One Access account.
    2. Obtain your BC ID # from your myBC.
    3. Once you are in your myBC, the BC ID # will be listed under the “My Details” box.