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Dates & Deadlines

At "High School" DE Spring 2022 Dates:

November 8-November 22       DE Online Student Application Broward County Schools
November 8-November 22       DE Online Student Application Miami-Dade County Schools
March 10                                    Last day to Drop Spring classes
May 16-June 3                           Student Perception of Teaching Survey (SPOTs)

 

At "High School" DE Fall 2021 Dates:

August 18-September 3          DE Online Student Application Broward County Schools
August 23-September 3          DE Online Student Application Miami-Dade County Schools
October 21                                Last day to Drop Fall classes
November 29-December 17    Student Perception of Teaching Survey (SPOTs)

Let's Get Started

Welcome to the Panther Family! We're excited you've chosen FIU for dual enrollment. You have a few options to consider, so follow the instructions below to get started.

At High School Program Application Process

  • Public/Private/Charter School

    Start Your Application 

    • "At High School" Application New/Returning Students must complete online application. If you have not participated in any of FIU's DE program for 3 or more consecutive semesters, you must re-apply.

    New Students:

    • Apply Now for Dual Enrollment Admission
    • Create a username and password to complete application by selecting "Click here to register now"
    • Sign-on to create and submit your application
    • You will be given a Panther ID number on the confirmation page.  If you did not receive a Panther ID, allow the system 24 hours to process you and follow-up with your DE Coordinator.

    Returning Students: (Recently taken courses)

    • Sign-on to MyFIU using your Panther ID and password
    • Follow tutorial provided to your teacher

    You are done!  Submit the signed Parent Consent Form to your high school instructor and review the Dual Enrollment Transfer Guarantees.

    If you forget your Panther ID or other login information, recover it at login.fiu.edu by clicking "Need Help?” Learn more about the account recovery process.

     

Early Admission Program Application Process - Full Time

  • Early Admission - Full Time

    1. Start Your Application

    New Students:

    • Apply Now
    • Create a user name and password to complete application by selecting "Click here to register now"
    • Sign-on to create your application
    • You will be given a Panther ID number once you submit your application

    Returning Students

    • If you have not participated in any of FIU's DE programs for 3 or more consecutive semesters, you must re-apply.

    2. Request an Interview

    To be considered for an interview, students must email required documents (one submission) to dualenro@fiu.edu.  Email Subject line must read: Early Admission Applicant (Student Name) Indicate campus of preferrance, Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC) or Biscayne Bay Campus (BBC) when rquesting interview.  Students that meet eligibility requirement will be invited to interview.

    Required Documents

    • Official High School Academic transcript
    • SAT or ACT Test scores
    • Recommendation Letter from School Guidance Counselor or Principal
    • Home education student must also provide proof of enrollment in home education program and be registered with M-DCPS, Broward or Monroe County Home School Office

On FIU Campus Program Application Process - Part Time

  • Public/Private/Charter School Student

    Step 1. Start Your Application

    New Students:

    • Apply Now for Dual Enrollment Admission
    • Create a user name and password to complete application by selecting "Click here to register now"
    • Sign-on to create and submit your application
    • You will be given a Panther ID number on the confirmation page.  If you did not receive a Panther ID, allow the system 24 hours to process your application. Recover Account.
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    Returning Students:

    • Complete Steps 2 & 3
    • If you have not participated in any of FIU's DE program for 3 or more consecutive semesters, you must re-apply. 
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    To schedule common placement test, or course level assessment exam, instructions can be viewed under Things You Should Know-Testing. Last day to submit testing request is November 9th.


    Step 2. Complete Required Forms

     


    Step 3. Submit Forms

    Students:

    • Submit Dual Enrollment Authorization Form to school counselor for approval.  
    • Immunization Records need to be emailed or faxed to Student Health Services. Instructions are found on their page.  FIU requires all students (non-degree seeking included) comply with the immunization policy regulations from the Florida Board of Governors. Not submitting forms will result in a "Hold". 
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    DE Coordinator/Administrator/Counselor:

    • DE Coordinator/Administrator must upload Dual Enrollment Authorization Form to DE SharePoint validating student initial eligibility to enroll in DE courses, and approval of courses listed.  Students may only register for courses listed and approved on the Dual Enrollment Authorization Form.  New Schools email dualenro@fiu.edu for access to DE SharePoint.  
  • Home Education

    Step 1. Start Your Application

    New Students:

    • Apply Now for Dual Enrollment Admission
    • Create a user name and password to complete application by selecting "Click here to register now"
    • Sign-on to create and submit your application
    • You will be given a Panther ID number on the confirmation page.  If you did not receive a Panther ID, allow the system 24 hours to process your application.
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    Returning Students:

    • Complete Step 2-3 (If you have not participated in any of FIU's DE program for 3 or more consecutive semesters, you must complete a new student application) 
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    To schedule common placement test, or course level assessment exam, instructions can be viewed under Things You Should Know-Testing.  Last day to submit testing request is November 9th.

     


    Step 2. Complete Required Forms

     


    Step 3. Submit Forms

    • Email Dual Enrollment Authorization Form, Common Placement Test Scores, Home Education DE Articulation Agreement, and Authorization Letter from M-DCPS, Broward or Monroe Home School Office, in one email submission to dehomeed@fiu.edu  Email Subject line must read: Home School (Student Name) 
    • Immunization Records need to be email or faxed to Student Health Services. FIU requires all students (non-degree seeking included) comply with the immunization policy regulations from the Florida Board of Governors. Not submitting forms will result in a Hold. 

After Applying...What's Next?

  • Activate MyFIU Student Portal

    MyFIU is your online portal where you can manage your personal information and class schedule at FIU.  To log in, visit my.fiu.edu.

    New students:

    • Panther ID: Your unique 7 digit FIU number (Example: 1234567) found on Application
    • Username: Your unique combination of characters and/or numbers (Example: roary001). This can be found under Profile when logged into portal
    • Password: Default date of birth format: DDMonYYYY. (Example: 01Jan2001)
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    For security, you will be prompted to create a new password when you log in for the first time.

    Returning students:

    • Follow instructions below in "Things You Should Know" to recover Panther ID/FIU Email/Canvas.
  • Register for Classes for On-FIU Campus Program

    Registration can only be completed after required documents have been submitted by DE Coordinator/Administrator and/or Home School Parent/Guardian to FIU. Students may only register for courses listed and approved on the Dual Enrollment Authorization Form. 

    Current students can register for upcoming semester classes at MyFIU. See How to Add/Drop Classes.

    Note: For online courses, students will need to access PantherMail and Canvas for Course Syllabus.  Access will be available on the first day of class.

  • Order Instructional Materials

    Starting Fall 2021, all dual enrollment students taking courses online or at an FIU campus will be automatically enrolled in the Panther Book Pack.  The Panther Book Pack is a brand new course materials rental program that helps save on cost of course materials including access codes.  

    How it Works "3 Easy Steps"
    1. Register for Classes
    2. Verify Your Order
    3. Receive Your Textbooks or Access Code

     

    At the time you enroll in undergraduate courses, you will automatically be enrolled in the Panther Book Pack. The $20 flat rate per undergraduate credit will be posted to your FIU student account. On-Campus and Online Dual Enrollment students may not opt out. The deadline to opt-out is three (3) days after the last day to add/drop.

    Visit MyFIU and click on the Panther Book Pack tile, select a term and a session to see all enrolled courses and their qualification status for the Panther Book Pack program. 

    You will receive an email that summarizes your course materials. You can choose pick-up materials on campus, shipping to an off-campus address*, or receive direct digital access. An email notification will be sent when your order is ready for pickup or when it ships.  Your digital materials will be accessible in your course(s) within Canvas.  

    Textbooks must be returned to the Barnes & Noble FIU Bookstore in reusuable condition at the end of the semester. 

    Dual enrollment students taking courses on their high school campus will not be enrolled in the Panther Book Pack.

    *Students that choose shipping to an off-campus address are responsible for shipping charge. 


    What are instructional materials?

    Instructional materials are defined as textbooks, including electronic access codes, as needed, and do not include materials that become the personal property of students. Items excluded from the Panther Book Pack include school supplies, kits, uniforms, art supplies, calculators, and non-required course materials.  Your personalized verification email from Barnes & Noble will outline any exclusions from the Panther Book Pack.  

    To Learn more visit Panther Book Pack.

  • Correspondence (Email, Canvas, etc.)

    PantherMail

    FIU does most of its business electronically, Admitted dual enrollment students at FIU have access to their own personal FIU email account, PantherMail which is powered by Google and provides FIU students with many useful Google applications.  You are responsible for keeping your email address up-to-date and active.

    We offer Two-Factor Authentication for your PantherMail. 2FA helps protect your account by requiring an additional layer of security. By using Two-Factor (2FA), you minimize the risk of compromising your credentials through phishing, social engineering, and/or password attacks.

    To log in to your PantherMail, go to panthermail.fiu.edu and type in your FIU email and password, which is the same as your MyFIU username & password (i.e. roary001@fiu.edu).

     


    FIU Canvas

    Canvas is the Learning Management System (LMS) used by Florida International University to provide instructional support and deliver courses online. Canvas features or tools will vary by instructor and course. Access will be available on the first day of class for the semester you are registered for.

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    How do I login to Canvas?

    To log in to Canvas, go to canvas.fiu.edu and type username and password.  Your username on the login screen is your FIU Username (Example: jdoe001) or your Panther ID.

    Note: If you add/drop a course in MyFIU, it can take up to 24 hours for the change to be updated in Canvas and for you to have access to the lecture videos. After 24 hours, if you’re still having an issue with a course you changed during the university’s add/drop period please contact us.

    FIU students can access Canvas technical support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year via phone, ticket, or online chat. FIU Canvas Help is also available Monday - Friday, 8am - 10pm, for on-campus support! 

     

    For Canvas Training

Things You Should Know

  • Testing

    What common placement tests or course level assessment exams are available for dual enrollment students?

    PERT and ALEKS exams are available through the FIU Center for Testing and Career Certification. 

    Who is eligible to schedule testing?

    Students that are not able to test at their school, but wish to participate in Part-Time On-Campus Dual Enrollment and At-High School programs are eligible to schedule testing.  

    What are steps for testing with FIU Center for Testing and Career Certification?

    Students participating in On-FIU Campus program can request approval for testing, student must email the Testing Request Form to dualenro@fiu.edu (Email subject line must read:  Testing Request Form (Indicate On-FIU Campus Program)

    DE Coordinator can request approval for testing a group of students by emailing the Testing Request Form-Group to dualenro@fiu.edu.  (Email subject line must read:  Testing Request Form Indicate On-FIU Campus Program or At High School Program)

    The FIU Center for Testing and Career Certification will contact students, via the email provided, with instructions for scheduling exams and any applicable fees associated with testing. See Dates and Deadlines above for requesting testing.  Test results must be available prior to submission of documents. 

     

    Course Level Assessment Exam – ALEKS

    To schedule ALEKS, visit Center for Testing and Career Certification | Florida International University (fiu.edu), and follow steps to schedule exam.  There may be applicable fees associated with testing.

  • How to recover Accounts: Canvas/FIU Email/Panther ID, Etc.

    What is Canvas?  Canvas is a Learning Management System offered by FIU to support online and web-assisted instruction.  As a student, you will be provided access to your course materials and the necessary tools to collaborate and communicate with your classmates, and instructors.  Join FIU Canvas and Zoom student training sessions to answer your questions. 

    FIU Email  You will have access to a personal FIU email account powered by Google. To view your email address, log in to myFIU, select the Profile tile, then Contact Details. Visit Panther Mail to access your email.

    Panther ID  To look up your Panther ID, use the Panther ID Look Up

    Login Help  Having issues signing in visit Username Look Up/Reset Password

     

    Dual Enrollment (FAQ) Frequently Asked Questions

  • Grades

    I am currently a dual enrollment student, do I qualify to opt-in for the P/NC grade? 

    No, a letter grade must be assigned to coursework conducted by FIU dual enrollment for on-and off-campus students. This is in alignment with Florida Statute 1007.271, (20), which states:  “A postsecondary institution shall assign letter grades to each student enrolled in a dual enrollment course. The letter grade assigned by the postsecondary institution shall be posted to the student’s high school transcript by the school district.”  FIU defines letter grades as “A” to “F” and, as such, the dual enrollment program will be exempt from the Spring 2020 two alternative grading options (i.e., Pass [“P”] and No Credit Earned [“NC”]

  • Fees & Other Educational Expenses
    Mandatory Fees 
    • Photo ID fee - An annual Photo ID Service Fee is charged once every academic year. This fee covers the cost of maintaining all the services provided by the FIU One Card Office. 
    • Parking permit - Students that will be parking on campus must purchase decal.
  • Transcripts

    Students can order an official transcript or view your unofficial transcript on MyFIU.  In addition, FIU has contracted with Parchment to provide transcript ordering, printing, and delivery services.

    Order Official Transcripts

    A fee is associated with ordering official transcript from FIU.