CURRENT DUAL ENROLLED STUDENTS:
Check your EFSC Titan email daily. Important announcements and updates from the college will be sent to this email, as well as communication from your instructors regarding online classes. The key to succes in online classes is communicate, communicate, communicate! If you are unsure of anything or run into trouble with the technology, make sure you are talking to your instructors right away. They can't be flexible or help you out if they don't know what's going on.
Welcome to Dual Enrollment
Registration for spring semester will begin November 9th. Available courses can be viewed at the EFSC Class Schedule Search once the spring schedule is posted. EFSC campuses will reopen to most classes this spring. Students may select classes at any campus. They must provide their own transportation and allow ample time to travel to and from campus. E-Learning classes will be held in the traditional online format with a flexible schedule.
Please use the links in the menu under Overview for quick navigation through the Dual Enrollment section and stop by our COVID-19 FAQ page for answers to the most common questions. All procedures have been updated to accommodate the shutdown (including course registration and textbook information) and will continue to be updated as new information comes in.
Orientations are now available online. See the Orientation page for detailed information on completing the online orientation. All placement testing is on hold through fall semester. Alternative measures have been posted to the Placement Testing page.
Types of Dual Enrollment
Rockledge High School students can participate in Dual Enrollment in any of the following ways:
Rockledge High School offers two healthcare classes, along with the Patient Care Assisting program, during the school day.
Part-time Dual Enrollment
Students may take 1-3 classes each semester at EFSC to earn high school and college credit simultaneously.
(10th & 11th grade only)
Students beginning 10th or 11th grade can earn their Associate of Arts degree while also finishing their high school diploma.
Students entering the 12th grade can apply to attend EFSC full-time for their entire senior year. Applications must be submitted during 11th grade.
Seniors can choose to attend EFSC full-time during the spring semester.
To be elgible for courses on an EFSC campus, students must have completed the 9th grade, have a cumulative, unweighted GPA of 3.0+, and obtain college-ready scores in both reading and writing on a standardized placement test. Please see specific program pages for additional/alternate requirements.
Updates & Announcements via Remind
Dual Enrolled students should sign up for updates via Remind: