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Take a look at the FAQs below, and let us know if you still have questions! Just call us at (850) 478-8496, ext. 8717, or e-mail dualenrollment*pcci|edu. We’d love to help.
It’s an opportunity for high-achieving high school students to get ahead by taking online
college courses and earning college credit while still in high school. At your school’s
discretion, your dual enrollment classes may also count toward meeting your high school
Bible, English, history, math, and science courses that meet general-education requirements
are offered. View course listing for all available
Dual enrollment courses cost $170 per credit hour. View a current list of tuition and fees and see how our payment plan
works to make dual enrollment courses even more affordable.
No. Even though you’ll be receiving course credits from Pensacola Christian College,
you won’t be considered a Pensacola Christian College student. If you’d like to
attend PCC after high school, you’ll need to apply for undergraduate admission.
You can use either a Mac or Windows computer. We recommend that you have high-speed
Internet of 2 Mbps or higher.
All tests are completed online through Canvas and may be proctored through Examity (a
remote test-proctoring service) or by a proctor at your school. There’s no charge to use
Examity, but you’ll need a computer with a webcam and microphone.
Yes, you can choose this option instead of using Examity.
The application is available year-round; you can view the admission requirements and apply
today. Starting fall 2019, courses will be available in the fall, spring, and summer terms.
See dates and deadlines for specific registration and
Yes, you can apply before taking one of these tests. Applicants who do not have an official
score before the registration deadline may still be considered for acceptance by the
Starting fall 2019, you can take dual enrollment courses during fall, spring, and summer
terms. See each term’s dates and deadlines.
You can take up to two courses per term.
Pensacola Christian College is accredited by TRACS. Students planning to
transfer credits to another institution are responsible to confirm whether courses meet the
institutional and specific degree requirements of the transfer institution.
You’ll access your courses online through Canvas, an online learning management system
where you can watch course videos; turn in assignments; take quizzes and tests; and
communicate with other students, your teacher, and the Online Learning Office.
Online dual enrollment courses have the same lectures and course requirements as on-campus
college courses. For a 3-credit course, plan to spend about 9 hours a week watching course
lectures, studying, and completing course assignments. Plan 6 hours weekly for 2-credit
courses and 12 hours weekly for 4-credit courses.
To make sure dropping a course won’t affect your high school graduation requirements, your
high school will need to grant permission. You’ll also need to notify us of your request in
writing by e-mail or by letter sent to the following
Pensacola Christian College
P.O. Box 18000
Pensacola, FL 32523-9160
Dual enrollment is currently available only to students attending Christian schools, but it
may be made available to homeschooled students in the future.
Only currently enrolled high school students can take these courses. Eligibility is based
on the anticipated graduation date provided on the dual-enrollment application. Once high
school graduation requirements are met, dual enrollment is no longer available.
Yes, dual enrollment is available for international students as long as they meet admission
Applicants will receive an authorization form that requires your signature. This will be needed their first semester of dual enrollment and each semester they continue in the program.
The policies for assigning high school credit for college courses vary by state. The
Carnegie Unit is the most widely used method of assigning credits in U.S. secondary schools.
A Carnegie Unit represents a total of 120 hours of coursework in one subject; fractional
units are awarded for subjects with fewer hours.
At the college level, each semester credit hour represents approximately 45 hours of class
lecture combined with outside classwork or studying. If your state defines a high school
credit as a Carnegie Unit of 120 hours, a 2-credit college course would be equivalent to 1/2
unit of high school credit, and 3- or 4-credit college courses would be equivalent to 1
unit. High schools may need to adjust based on your state’s requirements for assigning high
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