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Yes. The grade that you receive on your college level classes will go on both your high school and college transcripts and will impact both your high school and college GPAs. You should take our courses seriously and understand that they require your time and attention. Similarly, if you are successful in our rigorous college level courses it will positively impact your GPA and resume.
No. When you fill out an application for Online Dual Enrollment, you are applying to be a “Non-Degree Seeking Student” for the period of one semester.
You are a UF student for that one semester, but still must apply with the incoming freshman class if you would like to be admitted as an undergraduate student. Online Dual Enrollment is a way for you to take accredited, rigorous college courses from home BEFORE you are admitted as an undergraduate student.
Student eligibility requirements:
Take one of the three following standardized tests:
The state of Florida employs a Statewide Course Numbering System that public school districts use to guide how they assign high school equivalency.
In most cases, the individual school district or school decides whether our courses will help you meet your high school graduation requirements.
Students may not take more than 2 UF Online Dual Enrollment courses per semester.
No. You will be taking the same courses that we offer to undergraduate students at the University of Florida. Your transcript will not be denoted “online” or “dual enrollment.”
Some of our courses do not require textbooks while others do.
If you are a public school student participating through your county you will not need to purchase textbooks. Your county will provide only the required texts associated with the course. You are welcome to purchase any additional or suggested materials on your own.
If you are a private school student you will be responsible for your own textbook costs. Your advisor can help you determine whether the courses you are interested in require textbooks and whether you will be responsible for those costs.