Students should work with parents to complete the residency section of the application.
Dual Enrollment applicants must establish residency by the same process as all applicants.
Please read more about how to establish residency. Applicants with questions about how to complete the residency section should contact
email@example.com before submitting.
Within 24-48 hours of submitting complete and qualifying applications, students will
get a “Welcome to USF” email that provides their assigned USF number (U#) and instructions
of setting up a USF NetID (email). Students should set up their NetID and USF email immediately. USF communications will only be sent to their USF email account.
When the student portion of the Approval form is filled out, with U# filled out, and
signed by a parent/guardian, the student sends it electronically to the high school
counselor for completion. The school counselor will confirm details and be submit
needed documentation. Students must have the required minimum GPA and appropriate standardized test scores (SAT, ACT, or PERT).
Students also must comply with the USF Immunization Policy 33-002. Additional information regarding USF Health and Immunization, including instructions
on how to submit information online, can be found on the Student Health Services website. Students scan the Immunization and any supporting documents as one pdf file to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What the School Counselor/Administrator Must Do
The guidance counselor receives the Dual Enrollment Approval Form from the student and completes it, confirming that the U# are provided, and verifying
that the student’s standardized test score and GPA meet the requirement for admission, and asserting the student’s overall readiness for academic success in college-level
After conferring with the student, the counselor submits a prioritized list of course
selections with indication of desired campus or online, which have been approved for
dual enrollment high school credit. The Schedule Search is useful for finding classes. Students are not actually registered until three weeks
before classes begin, so sometimes top choices are not available. Full inventory of USF courses, with prerequisites noted.
USF seeks to expand dual enrollment opportunities for students without creating redundancy.
Before approving the course list, counselors should confirm that any lower-level courses
are not available at the area community/state college in the mode needed by the student,
or that any upper-level courses do not have unmet prerequisites.
When Approval Forms have been completed with signatures, the school counselor scans
them, along with transcripts/test scores as one pdf file and sends them as an email
attachment to the USF Early University Programs office: email@example.com.
An abbreviated dual enrollment course approval form must be submitted by the counselor
Activation of Student NetID
All communication to students is sent to their USF email, which is based on their
Approximately three weeks before the semester begins, administrative staff will registers
students, guided by information on the course approval forms: a prioritized list courses
desired by the student and approve by the school, as well as any requirements for
campus or delivery mode. USF seeks to expand dual enrollment opportunities without creating redundancy. Staff
may seek confirmation from the school administrator that a requested lower-level course
and delivery mode are not available at the student’s area community/state college.
The student and the school counselor will be notified after registration has been