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On-FIU Campus Part-Time and Early Admission Dual Enrollment program in accordance with Florida Statutes §1007.271

The On-FIU Campus Part-Time Dual Enrollment program gives students the opportunity to earn high school and college credit at the same time at FIU.  The Early Admission Dual Enrollment program is a  full-time dual enrollment program that allows students to  complete their  last year of high school at FIU.

On-FIU Campus Part-Time Dual Enrollment Program

Student eligibility requirements for initial enrollment in college credit dual enrollment courses must include these requirements:

  • You need a 3.0 unweighted high school  grade point average or higher.
  • New dual enrollment applicants and students that have been out for three (3) consecutive semesters need a college readiness score on a common placement test adopted by the State Board of Education which indicates the student is ready for college-level coursework.
  • College ready cut off scores can be viewed at:http://www.fldoe.org/schools/higher-ed/fl-college-system/common-placement-testing.stml
  • Students wanting to enroll for a  math course (higher than College Algebra)  must also take the ALEKS placement exam.  To schedule the ALEKS exam please go to http://testing.fiu.edu, click on the Exams Offered tab, and the ALEKS tab.  A Panther ID is required prior to registering for this exam.

Meet with your high school counselor to choose the courses you would like to register for.

Grades will become part of the student’s permanent high school transcript and Florida International University’s transcript (these are official transcripts and should be included in any college application).

Continued Enrollment

Student eligibility requirements for continued enrollment in college credit dual enrollment courses must include these requirements:

  • You need a 3.0 unweighted high school grade point average or higher
  • You need to maintain the minimum postsecondary grade point average established by the postsecondary institution

Regardless of meeting student eligibility requirements for continued enrollment, a student may lose the opportunity to participate in a dual enrollment course if the student is disruptive to the learning process such that the progress of other students or the efficient administration of the course is hindered.

Early Admission (Full-Time Dual Enrollment)

This program allows you to complete your last year of high school entirely at FIU. The requirements are different than the regular program.

Early admission is a form of dual enrollment through which eligible secondary students enroll in a postsecondary institution on a full-time basis in courses that are creditable toward the high school diploma and the associate or baccalaureate degree. A student must enroll in a minimum of 12 college credit hours per semester or the equivalent to participate in the early admission program; however, a student may not be required to enroll in more than 15 college credit hours per semester or the equivalent.

Students enrolled pursuant to this subsection are exempt from the payment of registration, tuition, and laboratory fees.

Students interested in the Early Admissions Program must contact the FIU Dual Enrollment office at 305-348-2800 to schedule an interview with the Academic Advisor of dual enrollment. The interview takes place during the student’s junior year in high school.  Students must bring to the interview the SAT or ACT results and an unofficial transcript. Interviews start at the beginning of March and end at the end of May.

The Early Admissions Authorization Form will be provided during the interview (if accepted to the program). Early admission students are required to provide a completed Early Admission Authorization Form for each term/semester (Fall and Spring).

Student eligibility requirements for On-FIU Campus Early Admissions Dual Enrollment Program:

  • 3.5 unweighted high school grade point average or higher
  • For test score requirements, please contact the Dual Enrollment Office.
Early admissions does not constitute admission to the university. Students desiring later admissions as full-time, degree-seeking students must complete the standard admissions application located at http://admissions.fiu.edu/.

Withdrawal Procedure

On-FIU Campus dual enrollment students are responsible for officially withdrawing from classes that they are no longer attending in accordance with FIU requirements. Students who do not officially withdraw from a class may receive a failing grade.

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