Dual Enrollment

Take classes at TCC that satisfy your High School requirements and start your path toward an A.A. or A.S. Degree

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Hundreds Of Dual Enrollment Courses

Take challenging courses and accelerate your education opportunities. Dual Enrollment lets motivated high school students take classes that satisfy high school graduation requirements and count as college credit toward a college degree.

Dual Enrollment students are able to take classes:

  • On the TCC campus
  • On the High School campus
  • Or Online 

Traditional dual-enrolled students can take a maximum of 11 credit hours each semester. Early admission students can take a minimum of 12 credit hours and a maximum of 15 credit hours each semester. Special permission is required each semester for the early admission program. 

*All college courses taken must count towards high school credit. Understand that dual enrollment courses are college‐level courses and the course grades become a part of a student’s permanent college transcript and are calculated into the student’s permanent post-secondary grade point average. Poor performance in dual enrollment courses may affect university admissions and financial aid. It is important to do well in these courses to realize the benefits of dual enrollment. 

Program Highlights


Students are eligible to take a maximum of 3 semesters per grade level. A total of 6 semesters.



There is no cost to eligible students.


What You Get

Students will work with both their high school guidance counselor and the TCC Dual Enrollment Coordinator for a tailored education planning experience with accelerated educational opportunities.


Steps to TCC

Dual Enrollment Program 

Meet Admissions Criteria

Meet with your high school guidance counselor or Home Education Official (parent/guardian) to verify you meet admissions criteria and determine if dual enrollment is right for you.

Apply to TCC

  1. Apply for admission to TCC using our online application. Be sure to complete the Dual Enrollment application to avoid delayed processing time. 
  2. After you submit you will receive a confirmation page with your TCC Identification number, email address, and password. Keep this page for your records as you will need this information to log in to Workday and access your TCC email.

Submit Test Scores

Request official copies of placement test scores (ACT, SAT, PERT) be sent to TCC. Students can also take the PERT test at the TCC Testing Center. Please contact the Testing Center at 850-201-8282 or testingcenter@tcc.fl.edu to schedule your exam.

Minimum Testing Requirements:


Reading | 106

Writing | 103

Math | 114-122; MAT1033, MAC1105C, MGF1106, MGF1107

Math | 123; MAC1105, STA2023

SAT-I, The College Board

Reading | 440; 24

Writing & Lang. | n/a; 25

Math | 440; 24; MAT1033, MAC1105C, MGF1106, MGF1107

Math | 470; 25.5; MAC1105, STA2023

Digital SAT, The College Board Since June 2023

Evidence-Based Reading &Writing| 490

Math Section| 480

PSAT/NMSQT, The College Board

Reading | 24

English | 25

Math | 24

Digital PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10, The College Board Since June 2023

Evidence-Based Reading & Writing Section| 490

Mathematics| 480

Enhance ACT, American College Testing Program

Reading | 19

English | 17

Math | 19; MAT1033, MAC1105C, MGF1106, MGF1107

Math | 21; MAC1105, STA2023

Obtain Permission to Register

For Public/Private Students

Meet with your High School Guidance Counselor to verify you meet admissions criteria.

For Home Schooled Students

Meet with your Home Education Official (parent/ guardian) to verify you meet admissions criteria and to complete the required forms. All forms may be submitted to the Dual Enrollment Coordinator at dualenrollment@tcc.fl.edu.

Home Education Officials (parent/guardian) may also submit the Home Education Start Up Packet via DocuSign. The above County Verification of Home Education Registration form will need to be scanned separately to dualenrollment@tcc.fl.edu .

Search for Courses and Register

Find the courses that are right for you and meet with your High School Guidance counselor or Home Education Official (parent/guardian) for course qualification and course approval.

For Public/Private Students: Meet with your high school guidance counselor and identify the courses you would like to take. Be sure to include the course section number corresponding to the days and times your class meets. Your High School Guidance Counselor will complete and submit the Dual Enrollment Permission to Register Form to TCC for you.

For Home Schooled students: Meet with your Home Education official and complete the Dual Enrollment Permission to Register Form- Home Education. List the courses you would like to take. Be sure to include the course section number corresponding to the days and times your class meets. 

How to Find a Course Section Number

For a description of courses and their prerequisite requirements, please view our catalog.

TCC will register students for their classes based on the Permission to Register Form. Permission to Register Forms will be processed in the order they are received. Please allow 3 business days for your form to be processed. 

Dual Enrollment Advising: T|TH availability; Sign up here

Dual Enrollment Advising: M|W|F availability; Sign up here

Visit Workday and other Student Resources

Familiarize yourself with our online portal, Workday, where you can access your email, student records, registration, and much more. Be sure to check your TCC email frequently as that is the College’s official means of communication with students. If you need assistance, visit Student Central FAQ.

Download the MYTCC app to stay up-to-date on Dual Enrollment events. Log in to the app using your TCC login credentials.

Fall 2023 Dual Enrollment Virtual Orientation Registration.

Check for Upcoming Deadlines

Review the Academic Calendar and Dual Enrollment Program website and make a note of key important dates, including:

  • Deadline to Apply for Dual Enrollment
  • First Day of Class
  • Last Day to Add a Class
  • Last Day to Drop a Class
  • Last day to Withdraw

Get Books, Digital ID, and Supplies

For Public/Private Students: Please contact your high school Guidance Counselor to obtain your course textbooks. 

Homeschool Students: Take a picture of your schedule from Workday. Go to the TCC bookstore, let them know you are a home education student in dual enrollment, and show the picture of your schedule and any ID. The bookstore personnel will assist in retrieving your books.  

Digital TCC ID: 

Instructions on how to upload your photo: https://www.youtube.com/shorts/Mr553-WkC_8

Cloud Card Log In: CloudCard Online Photo Submission (fl.edu)

Your digital ID can be accessed using your MyTCC app: Resources - Tallahassee Community College (fl.edu)


Attend class, get involved, and have a great semester

Learn more about how to get involved:

Dates and Deadlines

Please refer to TCC's Academic Calendar and consult with your high school guidance counselor for information on additional dates and deadlines.

Spring 2024 

Registration Opens: October 18th, 2023

Registration Deadline: December 8th, 2023

Classes Begin   January 8, 2024
Last day to add/drop a class (Course Adjustment Form required)    January 10, 2024
Last day to withdraw from a class (Course Withdrawal Form required)   March 28, 2024
Fall 2023 TCC Transcripts sent to the high school   May 6, 2024


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