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Student & Parent Reminders:

Don't miss our special Parent Preview Night on April 16th if you're considering Dual Enrollment — and if you're a current or accepted DE student, be sure to review the course registration process so you're ready to self-register for summer and fall courses when the windows open.

Dual Enrollment

Eastern Florida State College offers a Dual Enrollment program that enables students to get a head start on their college education while still in high school — without charges for tuition and course lab fees.

Our Dual Enrollment options allow eligible secondary students in public and private schools, plus home education, to enroll in select college courses and even earn a college degree or certificate while earning credit toward a high school diploma at the same time.

Events and Deadlines

Use the links to explore dual enrollment options and resources. Reach out to us at 321-433-7614 if needed.

Dual Enrollment Benefits by the Numbers

Research from Columbia University1 found that students who dual enrolled in high school are more likely to graduate from high school, enroll in college, start college at a four-year institution, enroll in college full-time, and stay in college at least two years. Three years after high school graduation, students who had participated in dual enrollment courses had earned higher college GPAs and more postsecondary credits than their peers.

1(Karp et al., 2007)

Million Dollars in Tuition Saved by Brevard County Families in 2022-23
Seniors Earned Both High School and College Diplomas in Spring 2023
female graduate in white cap and gown holds two diplomas

Lauren Tarducci, Class of '22

After getting her Bayside H.S. diploma and EFSC A.A. degree through the Early College Program, Lauren said, "It's definitely really rewarding because essentially you have two years of college. One thing I remember most about Eastern Florida is all my professors always tried so hard to make it fun, make school worth it, and definitely push me to be where I'm at today." 

Early College Program