learn_more caption=”Dual Enrollment “] Below you will find information regarding our Dual Enrollment program, as well as the registration process. We encourage you to visit our website at phsc.edu for a current copy of our entire catalog and course schedule. The catalog provides a wealth of information about our institution, including admissions information, policies, programs of study, and individual course descriptions. The course schedule lists the most up to date information available regarding the courses that will be offered during a particular semester. A list of current degrees and certificate options may also be viewed online. Dual Enrollment Program Dual enrollment is designed for academically talented students who want to accelerate their college careers. Dual enrollment can help offset college expenses for families, shorten the time it takes to earn a degree, and allow qualified students to reduce their course-load per term when they attend college full time. Dual enrollment students receive both high school and college credit upon successful completion of a dual enrollment course. Details regarding this program may be found online. Common Placement Testing Students wishing to enter the dual enrollment program must demonstrate college readiness by submitting sufficient common placement test scores, including the PERT, SAT, or ACT. The reading and writing scores must place students in at least English Composition I, and the math score must place them into at least college-level math (Math for Liberal Arts and/or College Algebra). Students who score into Intermediate Algebra on their math section may dual enroll, but will be limited to 12 credit hours until sufficient scores are provided, or until a grade of C or higher is earned in Intermediate Algebra. Students may refer to the Student Testing and Placement Chart at the link here to determine which scores would be needed for each test and the corresponding placement in each course. Information regarding common placement testing and scheduling the PERT at PHSC can be found online. Steps to Complete Dual Enrollment Online Registration 1. New dual enrollment students must complete the online Dual Enrollment Admissions Application for Charter and Public School Students. Previous dual enrollment students who were not enrolled in the last 12 months, must also complete the online application. 2. For Pasco County Students Only: Complete the Course Request Planning Worksheet provided by their school counselor. 1. The Course Request Planning Worksheet, provided by their school district, must be submitted by the designated deadline to their respective school counselor. 3. The myPHSC username and default password are needed to log in to the Dual Enrollment Online Request Form. If the student has never changed their password to their myPHSC account the student must: 1. Log in to WISE to obtain their myPHSC username and default password. 2. Change their default password using the Self Service Password Reset System (SSPR). 4. Complete the Dual Enrollment Request Form for Charter and Public Schools online by the deadline provided by their school district. 5. Parents receive an email notification and must log in to the Dual Enrollment Online Request Form and digitally sign the Terms and Conditions for their child’s participation in the Dual Enrollment Program by the established deadline provided by the school district. 6. Student’s high school counselor processes the Dual Enrollment Online Request Form and submits supporting documentation by the established deadline provided by the school district. 7. Students will receive an email notification from a PHSC Academic Advisor of approved/disapproved courses by the deadline established by the school district. This notification will be sent to the student’s PHSC email only. 1. Students can access their student email account after logging in to the myPHSCportal. 8. Students log in to WISE and register for the approved courses to be taken online with PHSC, or on a PHSC campus. Note: Students must complete the Dual Enrollment Online Orientation prior to course registration. Should you have any questions or concerns regarding this process, you may contact the Student Affairs office at Email PHSC Advisor
or on your local campus.