Articulation Agreements

Administrative Timeline

   DUAL ENROLLMENT AND EARLY ADMISSIONS ADMINISTRATIVE TIMELINE CHART

Month to complete task

 

Dual Enrollment (DE) at USF Campus or online (Private, Homeschooled, and some public school /charter students)

Dual Enrollment (DE) on a Public High School Campus (Courtesy Registered Public School/Charter Only)

Early Admission (EA): The Process for applying begins in the junior year of high school. Students are degree seeking undergraduate status.

 If an Articulation Agreement is requested, Administrators, Students, Parents and Counselors may begin the tasks. To become a USF Early University      Programs Partner, click on the Articulation Agreements page on this  website. Apply One Year Prior to the Start of Senior Year.

June

 

 

June 1, Dual Enrollment High School non-degree online application is due For Fall, no exceptions passed the deadline. (See application process on website)

June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline.

June 15, Deadline for submission of Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 from high school counselors/ Homeschool Parents/ Administrators for Fall Term is due, no exceptions.  (Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 submissions can be updated after student self- registration in August if changes have occurred).

 

On-Going District Office or school Administrators can request USF Early University Programs "Process Training" for school faculty and staff.

June 1, Dual Enrollment High School non-degree online application is due for Fall, no exceptions passed the deadline. (See application process on website)

June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline. This includes all Public School Students.

June 15, Deadline for submission of Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 from high school counselors/  Administrators for Fall is due, no exceptions.  

June 15, District office prepares the Planning Sheet for entire district (For All High Schools) based on High School Master Schedules for the Fall and Spring. Schools may fill out the planning sheet and the district can approve and compile a complete list for submission to dualenrollment@usf.edu 

On-Going - New students for Fall Semester submit a complete non-degree high school dual enrollment application. Application Closes July 15 for Fall Semester (If students have been out 2 consecutive semesters including summer semester a new non-degree high school dual enrollment application must be submitted online by July 15)

On-Going Courses are being built for High School Dual Enrollment Courses based on District Planning Sheets, changes need to be submitted to dualenrollment@usf.edu

Students applying to Early Admissions with EUP should ensure that all test scores, transcripts, GPA, immunization, residency, and online application have been completed. All these and the application are due prior to March 15th, no exceptions.

Start with the online application and Early Admissions Informational Approval Form 1. Deadline for EUP application is  3/15.  This includes official test scores, unofficial high school transcripts, immunization forms, residency and any other documentation as needed. (see website for application process).

July

July 4 Holiday, no courses in session and USF offices are closed.

Week 4, Late July or Early August, students who are taking online or USF campus courses will register themselves through My Oasis for the approved courses that were discussed with their school counselor/ Homeschool Parent / Administrator. This includes all Online Courses and USF Campus courses and occurs when the non-degree registration period opens in Week 4. (See important dates)

On-Going - New students for Fall Semester submit a complete non-degree high school dual enrollment application. Application Closes July 15 for Fall Semester (If students have been out 2 consecutive semesters including summer semester a new non-degree high school dual enrollment application must be submitted online by July 15)

On-Going - All students for Fall Semester must complete this form once per year. Students and Parents will complete the Dual Enrollment Informational Form 1 together.

On-Going Students and Parents will use the student checklist and the Student Planning Sheet to prepare to meet with their school counselors/ Home School Parent / Administrator. (See Forms)

July 4 Holiday, no courses in session and USF offices are closed.

On-Going District Office or school Administrators can request USF Early University Programs "Process Training" for school faculty and staff.

On-Going Courses are being built for High School Dual Enrollment Courses based on District Planning Sheets, changes need to be submitted to dualenrollment@usf.edu

Week 1, Courtesy Registration begins for students taking courses on a high school campus only.

Week 4, Late July or Early August, students who are taking high school campus courses are courtesy registered; however, if they are also taking an online or USF campus course they will register themselves for the online or USF Campus course through My Oasis. Courses must be approved by the school counselor. self-registration occurs when the non-degree registration period opens. (See important dates)

On-Going District office should ask School Administrators for teachers that need to be credentialed to teach dual enrollment courses on their high school campus.  

On-Going - New students for Fall Semester submit a complete non-degree high school dual enrollment application. Application Closes July 15 for Fall Semester (If students have been out 2 consecutive semesters including summer semester a new non-degree high school dual enrollment application must be submitted online by July 15)

Districts/Private Schools/ Charter Schools/ Homeschool Administrators request a full-year Early Admissions Articulation Agreement by 4/1 to support the students who have applied for Early Admissions in March. These were students in their Junior Year of High School who will be Seniors in the up-coming school year. (See forms on this website)

July 4 Holiday, no courses in session and USF offices are closed.

August

 

Week 1, Late July or Early August, students who are taking online or USF campus courses will register themselves through My Oasis for the approved courses that were discussed with their school counselor/ Homeschool parent/ Administrator. This includes all Online Courses and USF Campus courses. registration occurs when the non-degree registration period opens. (See important dates)

Week 2 / Week 3 Last day to register for USF courses is the Friday before courses begin. (See important dates)

IMPORTANT: Week 3 / Week 4 First Day of Class, All students must be marked for attendance the first day to avoid being dropped. Log into CANVAS or physically show up. (See important dates)

Note: During the first week of courses (Drop/Add Week), students may add courses that are now available and drop courses they do not want through My Oasis. Deadline is Friday no exceptions. (See important dates)

 

 

On-Going District office should ask School Administrators for teachers that need to be credentialed to teach dual enrollment courses on their high school campus.

On-Going Prospective adjuncts "Courtesy Faculty" for Select Districts that have school-based DE courses submit all credentialing materials for teachers by 6/15. Contact EUP office for assistance and planning.

Week 1, Late July or Early August, students who are taking high school campus courses are courtesy registered; however, if they are also taking an online or USF campus course they will register themselves for the online or USF Campus course through My Oasis. Courses must be approved by the school counselor. self-registration occurs when the non-degree registration period opens. (See important dates)

Week 2, It is suggested, that Instructors teaching on their high school campus print rosters from CANVAS to compare to their District Gradebook (ex: FOCUS). They can then report any differences to their school administration and include Dualenrollment@usf.edu if changes are to be made.

Week 2 / Week 3 Last day to register for USF courses for students taking online or On USF Campus is the Friday before courses begin. (See important dates)

Note: During the first week of courses (Drop/Add Week), students taking online or USF Campus courses may add courses that are now available and drop courses they do not want through My Oasis. Deadline is Friday no exceptions. (See Important Dates)

Week 3 / Week 4 IMPORTANT: Instructors teaching on their High School Campus need to enter attendance in CANVAS the first day of class so that students are not dropped.

Week 3 / Week 4 First Day of Class, All students must be marked for attendance the first day to avoid being dropped. Students must Log into CANVAS or physically show up for online or USF Campus courses (See important dates)

On-Going - June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline. This includes all Public School Students.

Students must complete Early Admissions online application prior to 3/15.

Students are informed of denial to EUP / USF Early Admission as their applications are processed.

 Students will submit a completed EUP / Early Admissions online application and a completed Early Admissions Informational Approval Form 1, prior to 3/15. They must also send official test scores and unofficial transcripts to USF admissions that are confirmed by their counselor and are evaluated by USF to ensure that the student meets the Early Admissions Profile prior to March 15th.

Only Counselors submit the completed Early Admissions Approval Form 2 for USF fall registration; due by March 15th.  

Students should have a completed online application (do not pay), official test scores, appropriate GPA, high school transcripts submitted to admissions, prior to March 15th.

 Once admitted, students must sign up for ORIENTATION (on My USF Oasis, or call your campus), no exceptions ($35/person).  Once completed, the registration process will begin and students will be assigned an advisor.

September

Labor Day Holiday no classes, USF offices closed.

On-Going - October USF Early University Programs "Process Trainings" begins for all Partners. At least one representative from each School/ Homeschool Parent/ Administrator MUST attend. Training links are provided through Microsoft Teams® and email notification to all USF Partners.

September 1 - November 15, On-Going High School Counselors /Homeschool Parents/ Administrators start submitting Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 for Spring Semester by submitting students approved courses for self- registration.

Note: Last day to submit Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 is November 15. This is to ensure students are ready for the Spring Term registration, no exceptions passed this deadline.

On-Going-June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline.

 

Labor Day Holiday no classes, USF offices closed.

On-Going - June District office should ask School Administrators for teachers that need to be credentialed to teach dual enrollment courses on their high school campus.

On-Going - June Prospective adjuncts "Courtesy Faculty" for Select Districts that have school-based DE courses submit all credentialing materials for teachers by 6/15. Contact EUP office for assistance and planning.

On-Going - October USF Early University Programs "Process Trainings" begins for all Partners. At least one representative from each School/ or Administrator MUST attend. Training links are provided through Microsoft Teams® and email notification to all USF Partners.

On-Going, Dual Enrollment High School non-degree online application is due November 15, no exceptions passed the deadline. (See application process on website)

On-Going-June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline. This Includes all Public High School Students.

Week 1 - November 15, Counselors begin submitting Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 for Spring Term

Note: Last day to submit Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 is November 15. This is to ensure students are ready for the Spring Term registration, no exceptions passed this deadline.

On-Going - New students for Spring Semester submit a complete non-degree high school dual enrollment application. Application Closes November 15 for Fall Semester (If students have been out 2 consecutive semesters including summer semester a new non-degree high school dual enrollment application must be submitted online by November 15)

Only Counselors can submit Early Admissions Approval Form 2. Form 2 indicates the remaining courses needed for high school graduation.

Counselors should advise students on how to submit official test scores and transcripts to USF admissions or students will be dropped. All students must attend the first day of each course when classes beign in the fall. 

 

October

On-Going - October USF Early University Programs "Process Trainings" begins for all Partners. At least one representative from each School/ Homeschool Parent/ Administrator MUST attend. Training links are provided through Microsoft Teams® and email notification to all USF Partners.

September 1 - November 15, On-Going High School Counselors /Homeschool Parents/ Administrators start submitting Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 for Spring Semester by submitting students approved courses for self- registration.

Last day to submit Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 is November 15. This is to ensure students are ready for the Spring Term, no exceptions passed the deadline.

Week 3, Mid-term grades are posted.

Week 4, Last to for students to withdrawal with a "W" in the course. No exceptions passed this date. (See Important Dates)

On-Going - New students for Spring Semester submit a complete non-degree high school dual enrollment application. Application Closes November 15 for Spring Semester (If students have been out 2 consecutive semesters including summer semester a new non-degree high school dual enrollment application must be submitted online by November 15)

Week 1, High School Campus Instructors must submit Mid-Term grades for Fall in CANVAS. Instructor must adhere to deadlines. (See Important Dates)

Week 3,Mid-Term Grades are posted.

Week 4, Last to for students to withdrawal with a "W" in the course. No exceptions passed this date. (See Important Dates)

Week 4, High School Campus Instructors have access in CANVAS to Post Final Grades as students complete the course.

On-Going - June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline. This includes all Public School Students.

On-Going - November 15, Dual Enrollment High School non-degree online application is due, no exceptions passed the deadline. (See application process on website)

On-Going - June 15 District office should ask School Administrators for teachers that need to be credentialed to teach dual enrollment courses on their high school campus.

On-Going  Prospective adjuncts "Courtesy Faculty" for Select Districts that have school-based DE courses submit all credentialing materials for teachers by 6/15. Contact EUP office for assistance and planning. (resume and transcripts required)

On-Going - November 15, Counselors begin submitting Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 for Spring Term.

On-Going - October USF Early University Programs "Process Trainings" begins for all Partners. At least one representative from each School/ Homeschool Parent/ Administrator MUST attend. Training links are provided through Microsoft Teams® and email notification to all USF Partners.

 On-Going: One year before applying for Early Admissions: Typically, this is the summer of their Junior Year. Students can apply to EUP as an Early Admissions student in July, prior to their Junior year.
November

Veteran Day (See Important Dates)

September 1 - November 15, On-Going High School Counselors /Homeschool Parents/ Administrators start submitting Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 for Spring Semester by submitting students approved courses for self- registration.

Last day to submit Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 is November 15. This is to ensure students are ready for the Spring Term, no exceptions passed the deadline.

November 15, Dual Enrollment High School non-degree online application is due, no exceptions passed the deadline. (See application process on website)

November 15, Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 is due, no exceptions to this deadline.  This is to ensure students are ready to register for Spring. 

Thanksgiving Holiday (See Important Dates)

Week 4, Late November or Early December, Spring Self-registration begins. All students taking online or USF campus courses will register themselves through My Oasis for the approved courses that were discussed with their school counselor/ Homeschool Parent Administrator. This includes all Online Courses and USF Campus courses and occurs when the non-degree registration period opens. (See important dates)

On-Going - June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline.

Veteran Day (See Important Dates)

On-Going - November 15, Counselors begin submitting Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 for Spring Term.

November 15 Last day to submit Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2. This is to ensure students are ready for the Spring Term, no exceptions passed the deadline.

November 15, Dual Enrollment High School non-degree online application is due, no exceptions passed the deadline. (See application process on website)

November 15, Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 is due, no exceptions to this deadline. This is to ensure students are ready to register for Spring.

Thanksgiving Holiday (See Important Dates)

Week 4, Late November or Early December, students who are taking high school campus courses are courtesy registered; however, if they are also taking an online or USF campus course they will register themselves for the online or USF Campus course through My Oasis. Courses must be approved by the school counselor. self-registration occurs when the non-degree registration period opens. (See important dates)

On-Going - June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline. This includes all Public School Students.

On-Going: One year before applying for Early Admissions:  Typically, this is the summer of their Junior Year. Students can apply to EUP as an Early Admissions student in July, prior to their Junior year.

 

 December

Week 1, Fall Courses End, Last Day of the Course. (See Important Dates)

Week 1,Fall Exam Week Begins

Week 1, Late November or Early December , Spring Self-registration begins. All students taking online or USF campus courses will register themselves through My Oasis for the approved courses that were discussed with their school counselor/ Homeschool Parent Administrator. This includes all Online Courses and USF Campus courses and occurs when the non-degree registration period opens. (See important dates)

Week 2, Final Grades are posted for Fall Semester.

On-Going - June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline.

Week 1, Fall Courses End, Last Day of the Course. (See Important Dates)

Week 1,Fall Exam Week Begins

Week 1, Late November or Early December, students who are taking high school campus courses are courtesy registered; however, if they are also taking an online or USF campus course they will register themselves for the online or USF Campus course through My Oasis. Courses must be approved by the school counselor. self-registration occurs when the non-degree registration period opens. (See important dates)HS campus courses will be developed and students are registered as a "courtesy registration" when courses are taken on a High School Campus.

Week 1, School Campus Instructors must submit Final Fall Term grades for Spring in CANVAS. Instructor must adhere to deadlines. (See Important Dates)

Week 3, Final Grades are posted for Fall Semester.

On-Going - June 15 District office should ask School Administrators for teachers that need to be credentialed to teach dual enrollment courses on their high school campus.


On-Going  Prospective adjuncts "Courtesy Faculty" for Select Districts that have school-based DE courses submit all credentialing materials for teachers by 6/15. Contact EUP office for assistance and planning.

On-Going Spring Courses are being built for High School Dual Enrollment Courses based on District Planning Sheets, changes need to be submitted to dualenrollment@usf.edu

On-Going - June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline. This includes all Public School Students.

Winter Break Late December - Early January Public High Schools

Christmas Day Holiday, no classes and USF Offices are Closed.

On-Going: One year before applying for Early Admissions: Typically, this is the summer of their Junior Year. Students can apply to EUP as an Early Admissions student in July, prior to their Junior year.

Students should have a completed online application (do not pay just close the browser when completed), official test scores, appropriate GPA, high school transcripts submitted to admissions, prior to March 15th.

Once admitted, students must sign up for  ORIENTATION (on My USF Oasis, or call your campus), no exceptions ($35/person).  Once completed, the registration process will begin and students will be assigned an advisor.

 

January

New Years Day Holiday, No course in session and USF offices closed.

Week 1, Last day to register for Spring USF courses is the Friday before courses begin. (See important dates)

IMPORTANT: Week 3 / Week 4 First Day of Class, All students must be marked for attendance the first day to avoid being dropped. Log into CANVAS or physically show up. (See important dates)

Note:  During the first week of courses (Drop/Add Week), students may add courses that are now available and drop courses they do not want through My Oasis. Deadline is Friday no exceptions. (see important dates)

Martin Luther King Day Holiday, No courses in session and USF offices Closed. (See Important Dates)

On-Going - June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline.

On-Going - New students for Fall Semester submit a complete non-degree high school dual enrollment application. Application Closes July 15 for Fall Semester (If students have been out 2 consecutive semesters including summer semester a new non-degree high school dual enrollment application must be submitted online by July 15)

Winter Break Late December - Early January Public High Schools

On-Going - June 15 District office should ask School Administrators for teachers that need to be credentialed to teach dual enrollment courses on their high school campus.

On-Going Prospective adjuncts "Courtesy Faculty" for Select Districts that have school-based DE courses submit all credentialing materials for teachers by 6/15. Contact EUP office for assistance and planning.

Week 2, It is suggested, that Instructors teaching on their high school campus print rosters from CANVAS to compare to their District Gradebook (ex: FOCUS). They can then report any differences to their school administration and include Dualenrollment@usf.edu if changes are to be made.

Week 2, First Day of Class, All students must be marked for attendance the first day to avoid being dropped. Students must Log into CANVAS or physically show up for online or USF Campus courses (See important dates)

Note: During the first week of courses (Drop/Add Week), students taking online or USF Campus courses may add courses that are now available and drop courses they do not want through My Oasis. Deadline is Friday no exceptions. 

High School Campus "Courtesy Faculty" can check Student rosters in Canvas to verify the students are enrolled and report errors. They can also print off a copy for the school administrators to compare against their own school registration.

On-Going - June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline. This includes all Public School Students.

On-Going - New students for Fall Semester submit a complete non-degree high school dual enrollment application. Application Closes July 15 for Fall Semester (If students have been out 2 consecutive semesters including summer semester a new non-degree high school dual enrollment application must be submitted online by July 15)

Districts/Private Schools/ Charter Schools/ Homeschool Administrators request a full-year Early Admissions Articulation Agreement by 4/1 to support the students who have applied for Early Admissions in March. These were students in their Junior Year of High School who will be Seniors in the up-coming school year. (See forms on this website)Students planning on attending Early Admissions should take SAT / ACT tests starting in the summer before their Junior year of high school to ensure USF gets the test scores posted for admission.  There are no exceptions.
February

On-Going - March USF Early University Programs "Process Trainings" begins for all Partners. At least one representative from each School/ Homeschool Parent/ Administrator MUST attend. Training links are provided through Microsoft Teams® and email notification to all USF Partners.

On-Going through June 1. Students / Counselors/ Home School Parent/ Administrator, begin the application process for Fall. Apply to the Dual Enrollment High School non-degree online application, due June 1, no exceptions passed the deadline. (See application process on website)

On-Going All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements and all Holds on their account. See Application Process for details or check My Oasis under personal information for updates. There are no exceptions to the June 15 deadline.

February 15  - June 15, On-Going High School Counselors /Homeschool Parents/ Administrators start submitting Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 for Fall Semester by submitting students approved courses for self- registration.

Last day to submit Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 is June 15. This is to ensure students are ready for the Fall Term registration, no exceptions passed this deadline.

Late February Early March High School Campus Instructors must submit Mid-Term grades for Spring in CANVAS. Instructor must adhere to deadlines. (See Important Dates)

On-Going - June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline. This includes all Public School Students.

On-Going - New students for Fall Semester submit a complete non-degree high school dual enrollment application. Application Closes July 15 for Fall Semester (If students have been out 2 consecutive semesters including summer semester a new non-degree high school dual enrollment application must be submitted online by July 15)

Students planning on applying and attending as Early Admission dual enrollment students should be finalizing all the requirements listed above.  There are no exceptions to the March 15th Deadline.

Students planning on applying and attending as Early Admission dual enrollment students should be finalizing orientation plans to prepare for registration that starts late March or Early April for degree seeking students. Dual Enrollment students that complete orientation are given an assigned time to register ticket. They will log in on their assigned time and self register for courses. This assigned time may be after the month of April when registration starts.

 

March

Week 1 Midterm Grades are posted.

Week 2 or Week 3 USF Spring Break No courses in Session. (See Important Dates)

Week 4, Last to for students to withdrawal with a "W" in the course. No exceptions passed this date. (see important dates)

On-Going - March USF Early University Programs "Process Trainings" begins for all Partners. At least one representative from each School/ Homeschool Parent/ Administrator MUST attend. Training links are provided through Microsoft Teams® and email notification to all USF Partners.

February 15 - June 15, On-Going High School Counselors /Homeschool Parents/ Administrators start submitting Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 for Fall Semester by submitting students approved courses for self- registration.

Last day to submit Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 is June 15. This is to ensure students are ready for the Fall Term, no exceptions passed the deadline.

On-Going - June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline.

Late February Early March High School Campus Instructors must submit Mid-Term grades for Spring in CANVAS. Instructor must adhere to deadlines. (See Important Dates)

On-Going - June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline. This includes all Public School Students.

On-Going - New students for Fall Semester submit a complete non-degree high school dual enrollment application. Application Closes July 15 for Fall Semester (If students have been out 2 consecutive semesters including summer semester a new non-degree high school dual enrollment application must be submitted online by July 15)

Week 4, Last to for students to withdrawal with a "W" in the course. No exceptions passed this date. (see important dates)

On-Going:  Students planning on applying and attending as Early Admission dual enrollment students should be finalizing all the requirements listed above. There are no exceptions to the March 15th Deadline.

Students planning on applying and attending as Early Admission dual enrollment students should be finalizing orientation plans to prepare for registration that starts late March or Early April for degree seeking students. Dual Enrollment students that complete orientation are given an assigned time to register ticket. They will log in on their assigned time and self register for courses. This assigned time may be after the month of April when registration starts.

April

Week 4, Last day of Spring Semester

Week 4 or Early May Spring Semester Finals week. (See Important Dates)

February 15 - June 15, On-Going High School Counselors /Homeschool Parents/ Administrators start submitting Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 for Fall Semester by submitting students approved courses for self- registration.

Last day to submit Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 is June 15. This is to ensure students are ready for the Fall Term, no exceptions passed the deadline.

On-Going Dual Enrollment High School non-degree online application is due June 1no exceptions passed the deadline. (See application process on website)

On-Going - June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline.

On-Going - June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline. This includes all Public School Students.

On-Going - New students for Fall Semester submit a complete non-degree high school dual enrollment application. Application Closes July 15 for Fall Semester (If students have been out 2 consecutive semesters including summer semester a new non-degree high school dual enrollment application must be submitted online by July 15)

Students planning on applying and attending as Early Admission dual enrollment students should be finalizing orientation plans to prepare for registration that starts late March or Early April for degree seeking students.  Dual Enrollment students that complete orientation are given an assigned time to register ticket. They will log in on their assigned time and self register for courses. This assigned time may be after the month of April when registration starts.

May

Week 1, Spring Courses End, Last Day of the Course. (See Important Dates)

Week 1, Spring Exam Week Begins

Week 2, Spring Final Grades are Posted. 

February 15 - June 15, On-Going High School Counselors /Homeschool Parents/ Administrators start submitting Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 for Fall Semester by submitting students approved courses for self- registration.

Last day to submit Dual Enrollment Approval Form 2 is June 15. This is to ensure students are ready for the Fall Term, no exceptions passed the deadline.

On-Going Dual Enrollment High School non-degree online application is due June 1, no exceptions passed the deadline. (See application process on website)

On-Going - June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline.

On-Going - June 15, All students attending USF must clear their Immunization Requirements. See Application Process for details. There are no exceptions to this deadline. This includes all Public School Students.

On-Going - New students for Fall Semester submit a complete non-degree high school dual enrollment application. Application Closes July 15 for Fall Semester (If students have been out 2 consecutive semesters including summer semester a new non-degree high school dual enrollment application must be submitted online by July 15)

 Students planning on applying and attending as Early Admission dual enrollment students should be finalizing all the requirements listed above. There are no exceptions for the March 15th deadline.

Students planning on applying and attending as Early Admission dual enrollment students should be finalizing orientation plans to prepare for registration that starts late March or Early April for degree seeking students. Dual Enrollment students that complete orientation are given an assigned time to register ticket. They will log in on their assigned time and self register for courses. This assigned time may be after the month of April when registration starts.