High School Students And Dual Enrollment
The dual enrollment program is the enrollment of an eligible secondary student or home education student in a FAMU course creditable toward high school completion and an associate or baccalaureate degree (F.S. 1007.27). Students who are eligible for dual enrollment pursuant to this section may enroll in dual enrollment courses conducted during school hours, after school hours, and during the summer term. However, if the student is projected to graduate from high school before the scheduled completion date of the FAMU course, the student may not register for that course through dual enrollment. Such a student may apply to FAMU and pay the required registration, tuition, and fees if the student meets the admissions requirements under F.S. 1007.263.
To be eligible, the student must be currently enrolled in a secondary school operated by Leon or Gadsden County School Board. The student must possess a grade point average of 3.0 or better, appropriate test scores, and be classified as a high school junior or senior. Students will be enrolled at no cost to either the student or the district. To remain eligible, the student must obtain a 2.0 grade point average in university course work. Students in Leon or Gadsden County public high schools interested in dual enrollment course work should consult their guidance counselor for further information
KEY POINTS TO REMEMBER
* Dual Enrolled students are considered Non-Degree Seeking students at FAMU. Students contact your Guidance Counselor for approval before completing application forms.
* Student should always check the FAMU Official University Calendar for deadlines (www.famu.edu/registrar).
* Students complete (a) Non-Degree Seeking Student Application (b) Dual Enrollment/Early Admission and Request for Waiver of Tuition for High School Students’ forms. No application fee is required.
* Student must complete the FAMU Health History and Immunization Record form during their first dual enrollment registration (http://www.famu.edu/shs/FAMU_Immunization.pdf.)
* Immunization information must accompany the application or be submitted immediately for the registration process to be complete. Students placed on immunization hold will not be registered for classes.
* High School Counselor forwards completed/approved forms and transcript to the Registrar’s office or email to email@example.com.
* Once registration is complete, the Registrar representative will email student’s enrollment information, FAMU ID number, and instructions on how to setup iRattler account to the student.
* Student should contact the help desk at 850-412-HELP for information or questions regarding iRattler account
* Student should always double check the class schedule in iRattler for accuracy before the first day of class.
* If a student is registered for classes and decide not to attend the student must contact their Counselor and the FAMU Registrar representative for cancellation.
* Returning students complete only the Dual Enrollment /Early Admission and Request for waiver of Tuition for High School Students form for the next term.
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