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High School Dual Enrollment Students


Dual Enrollment

You will save both time and money on your college education since tuition, laboratory and student fees are waived for program participants. Textbook fees are also waived for public school students.  Students enrolled in private high schools and home education programs are responsible for the costs of all textbooks/instructional materials.
 
If you were dual enrolled and hold a non-eligible high school diploma that qualifies for admission to BC, but earned 12 credits as a dual-enrolled student, you may enter BC based on the college credit earned and should follow all steps outlined in this section. Students with this same diploma status who earned less than 12 credits may enroll as a non-degree seeking student until 12 credits are earned and then apply for admission to Broward College. No student aid is available. More information about accelerated learning opportunities.
 
 
New for 2014:
 
1. Enrollment eligibility requirements for 2014
 
2. Eligible prospective Dual Enrollment students Guide to Apply Online 
 
3.Student's Admission Application for Dual Enrollment/Early Admission/College Academy at BC
 
4. Meet with your Guidance Counselor for the required approval forms (Public and Private schools). 
    Home School Dual Enrollment student packets are available at any campus Admission Office.
 
 
 
 

Broward College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, genetic information, national origin, marital status, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. Inquiries regarding
the non-discrimination policies and Title IX may be directed to: Equity Coordinator Dr. Denese Edsall, Executive Director, Human Resources, 6400 NW 6th Way, Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 33309,
(954) 201-7502, dedsall@broward.edu