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Fall Dual Enrollment Information

If you would like to be a part of Broward College's Dual Enrollment/Early Admission's Program, you must follow the specific steps Broward College has put forth. Everything is to be completed ONLINE and Continuing students must complete and follow the same procedures for every semester.

Fall 2021 Dual Enrollment/Early Admissions Deadlines:
Students that need take the Accuplacer test, must submit their name to their counselor by April 1st, 2021. 
         Students must have the appropriate paperwork completed and submitted by April 22nd, 2021 to participate in the Fall 2021 Dual Enrollment Program.
         Students that have completed and submitted paperwork prior to the deadline will register online on May 27th, 2021 through Broward College. 
 

Step 1-Do I qualify?

-you must have an unweighted GPA of a 3.0 or higher AND must pass the Accuplacer Next Generation (no more PERT) OR have met the following Test scores, you can mix and match.

Placement test

English

Reading

Math

SAT

25+ (Writing and Language)

24+ (Reading)

24 - 26.4 (MAC1105C)
26.5+ (MAC1105)

ACT

17+ (English)

19+ (Reading)

19-20 (MAC1105C)
21+ (MAC1105)

PERT

103+ (Writing) and
106+ (Reading)

106+ (Reading)

114-122 (MAC1105C)
123+ (MAC1105)

ACCUPLACER Next Gen

245+

245+

242-258 (MAC1105C)
259+ (MAC1105)

Step 2-Scores vs No scores

-If you have the above test scores, click on How to Get Started and follow Broward College's instructions verbatim.

-If you do not have the above test scores and want to participate, you MUST remotely take the Accuplacer Next Generation Exam to qualify and pass all sections in English, Reading, and Math.

Please complete the following Test Request and your School Counselor will notify Broward College.

In 5 to 7 days, the Testing Center will email your test voucher. Students, you MUST check the email you provided for notification. Please plan accordingly as your testing request will NOT be processed after April 1st, 2021 due to Broward College deadlines. Once you have the passing scores, please click

on How to Get Started” and follow Broward College's instructions verbatim.

-If you do not pass the Accuplacer, complete the Test Request and you can retest. After the 2nd testing attempt, you must wait 30 days before re-testing

Step 3-Broward College Recommendations

-You can only submit 1 Dual Enrollment Form

-You must fill out the form carefully and will need parent approval by indicating their email address (your parent/guardian) will then approve your form prior to the School Counselor.

-You must submit the testing form by April 1st and complete/submit paperwork by April 22nd.

-You must actively check your email. 

Step 4-Completion

After you have completed the Dual Enrollment form, Broward College will notify you through email and indicate your Dual Enrollment status.

Step 5-BC Registrations tentatively starts 5/27 on their website

Grades 9-10: May take one* DE course per semester at BC or UF for a maximum total of two courses during the school year and one summer course. The DE class may be taken on the college campus, on the high school campus, or online.

Grade 11: May take two* total DE courses per semester at BC, UF, or any combination of those schools for a maximum total of four courses during the school year and one summer course. Both DE courses may be taken on the high school campus or if the student takes take one DE course on the college campus or online then the second DE course must be taken on the high school campus.

Grade 12: May take three* total DE courses per semester at BC, 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 and 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.

-Early Admissions students must take 12 credits each term during their senior year and no more than 15 credits max, including labs.

-Your total number of Dual Enrollment classes plus your Everglades High School classes must equal 8 classes. (Example: 2 DE courses plus 5 EHS courses and 1 EHS study hall = 8 total courses.)

The How To Guide for Dual Enrollment and Early Admissions

DE Guide to Apply Online 2018

2021-2023 Approved Course List

AA General Education Requirements 2018

Quick Reference Guide for Prerequisites AA 2018

Instructions for getting your BC ID

DE Courses that students take frequently

Credit by Exam (Florida Department of Education)

Steps for Readmission to Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment Flow Chart