UWF Academy for Dual Enrollment
The University of West Florida's Academy for Dual Enrollment offers top-performing high school students the opportunity to jump-start their college education while completing high school.
Accelerate your future
Maximize the benefits of your hard work. Take courses that earn college credit while simultaneously satisfying high school graduation requirements.
Dual enrollment covers tuition, lab fees, and books. Students may be responsible for fees associated with the purchase of a Nautilus Card student ID and a UWF parking pass (if applicable).
Experience Kugelman Honors
The Kugelman Honors Program offers students a unique and challenging experience. The program supports the highest-achieving undergraduate students at UWF through academic experiences, study abroad programs, and scholarships. Through the Academy for Dual Enrollment, you will gain firsthand insight into the program and form meaningful connections with UWF students. Engage in service initiatives on campus and in the community. Attend Honors Council presentations on key topics, including student success, research, study abroad, service, and professional development. Plus, you can join Honors students at social events and campus activities.
Move forward with your UWF advantage
Once you graduate from high school, splash forward with unstoppable momentum. Complete a minimum of 9 hours of UWF Dual Enrollment coursework with a UWF GPA of 3.50 or higher, and you will receive:
- Acceptance to UWF*
- Admission to the Kugelman Honors Program
- An admissions scholarship valued up to $12,000
*upon successful completion of high school diploma
Students interested in applying to the Academy for Dual Enrollment must be in their junior or senior year in Santa Rosa or Escambia County, Florida. Students must be in good standing with their high school. In addition, minimum scores for consideration are:
- High School GPA:
- SAT*: 1160 total
- ACT: 24 composite
*Score reflects revised SAT (post March 2016)
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College credit earned prior to high school graduation reduces the average time to degree and increases the likelihood of graduation for students who participate in these programs.U.S. Department of Education, as cited in the Florida Counseling for Future Education Handbook
- BSC1085: Lab Anatomy and Physiology
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- ENC1102: Composition II
- MAC1105: College Algebra
- POS2041: American Politics
- PSY2012: General Psychology