Dual Enrollment Students
Dual enrollment in Summer at USF classes is open to academically qualified students
who are home-schooled or currently enrolled in public/private high schools and have
been recommended by their guidance counselor or principal. The university has articulation
agreements with several county school boards to allow public high school students
to enroll in classes at USF. Students enrolled in postsecondary instruction that is
not creditable toward the high school diploma shall not be classified as dually enrolled.
Students wishing to be accepted as Dual Enrollment students at the University of South Florida are required to:
- Be at least 16 years old at start of term, unless enrolled in a special summer program initiated by USF or a special course section involving only dual enrollment students
- Have proof of a minimum of 420 on SAT I V (Verbal) and 440 on SAT I Q (Quantitative); or a score of 16 on EACT English and EACT Reading and a score of 18 on EACT Mathematics; or appropriate placement test scores; and a TOEFL score, if applicable
- Have (a) completed the equivalent of the sophomore year, (b) achieved a GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale (as calculated by USF), and (c) satisfied any course prerequisites
- Provide a list of courses and the number of credits necessary to complete their high school diploma from the school counselor or principal on school stationery.
Please contact the University's Honors College for complete information and student qualifications.
Please note USF's Immunization Policy requires that all students younger than 40 must submit acceptable proof of immunity to rubella to Student Health Services prior to registration for courses that meet on campus. Students born after December 31, 1956, must also submit proof of immunity to measles. To learn more, visit the Student Health Services website.