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Get a Head Start on Your College Education

Dual Enrollment gives students in public, private, charter schools and home education the opportunity to take college courses. FIU offers more than 190 degree options, has over 11 schools and colleges - including South Florida's only public colleges of law and medicine - and is one of the top research universities in the nation.

Apply Today!

Ready to get a head start? FIU Dual Enrollment courses can be taken at an FIU campus, at high school or online. See if you meet eligibility criteria and apply to Dual Enrollment today!

Why Choose FIU?

Students in FIU Dual Enrollment save money and time. While in the program students earn college credits tuition free. Then after graduation, students could go on to earn their degree in 3.5 years on average. Plus, Dual Enrollment students receive university perks like a Panther ID, access to FIU Library, tutoring, counseling, advising, student resources and the chance to Experience FIU.

Future admission to FIU as a degree-seeking student is selective and is not guaranteed via participation in the Dual Enrollment Program.  Prospective students must apply to FIU and meet all FIU admissions requirements.

If you choose Full-Time/Dual Enrollment Early Admission, you can enroll in courses full time on campus beginning in your senior year. Students in this program enroll in 12-15 credits each semester and earn credits that apply toward high school graduation and a bachelor's degree.

Helping Families Save

  • $9.8 M

    FIU Dual Enrollment helped families save $9.8 million in tuition and fees in 2018.

  • $1.7 M

    FIU Dual Enrollment helped families save $1.7 million in textbook costs in 2018.

Visit Campus

ExplROAR More by scheduling a customized visit experience. Students interested in on-campus dual enrollment and partnering schools can schedule a campus tour to get a glimpse of life at FIU.

Schools can email to request bus service for group visits.

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Become a Partner School

Dual Enrollment partnerships support student access to higher education. High schools can offer students challenging and innovative college courses. High school instructors can engage in professional development workshops. Learn more about benefits and how to become a Dual Enrollment partner.