Dual Enrollment Program at University of Florida (UF)
The University of Florida offers online college classes to qualified high school students in Pinellas County at no cost to the student. These courses allow students to earn credits toward a high school diploma and a college degree.
Dual Enrollment is a part-time program, available to qualified Junior and Senior students. Classes are conducted Online only.
How Do I Qualify?
Students who wish to take dual enrollment classes at UF must meet the following criteria:
- The course is not available to take at SPC
- Unweighted cumulative GPA of 3.6
- Meet any additional criteria set by the institution
- Approval by a school counselor/administrator as ready for success at the college level of instruction
- Have a full schedule of 7 active classes per semester, 4 of which must be at Northeast High School
- Have no more than 6 college level classes (DE, AP) per semester
What Test Scores Do I Need to Earn?
Students must meet the following minimum standardized test scores on one of the identified tests as needed for the requested course:
SAT: Composite Score of 1100
ACT: Composite Score of 22
PSAT: Composite Score of 1130
Contact your counselor to see if you are eligible to take Dual Enrollment classes at UF and for a list of available courses.