Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment students are eligible to take up to 10 credit hours per semester, including the summer semester. 

Seminole State College Dual Enrollment

To be eligible to dual enroll, students must: 

  • Be in the 6th - 12th grade 
  • Have successfully completed at least one high school level course 
  • Be enrolled as a Seminole County Public School (SCPS) student, a registered Home School student with SCPS, or as a student at an eligible private school. 

Complete the Course Registration Form 

Dual enrolled students must maintain the following grade point average (GPA) in order to remain eligible for Dual Enrollment: 

  • A 3.0 high school GPA for Academic Dual Enrollment  

Submit eligible test scores 

  • Students following the Academic Dual Enrollment opportunity must have SAT (order from College Board), ACT, or Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT) scores that place them into college-level coursework  in all three areas of reading, writing and math.

    Test Reading Writing Math
    ACT 19 17 19 for MAT 1033
    21 for MAC 1105
    SAT 24 25 24 for MAT 1033
    26.5 for MAC 1105 
    PERT 106 103 114 for MAT 1033
    123 for MAC 1105
    Accuplacer 10/01/2022 and after 256 253 QAS - 261 for MAT 1033
    AAF - 263 for MAC 1105
    Accuplacer taken before 10/01/2022 245 245 QAS - 242 for MAT 1033
    AAF - 263 for MAC 1105
  • Maintain a 2.0 cumulative Seminole State College GPA.



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