Articulation agreements between the Florida Board of Education and Florida Independent Colleges and Universities (ICUF) also benefit AA graduates. For more information on ICUF schools, visit the ICUF website. Seminole State also has articulation agreements with private institutions that are not members of the ICUF. There are also national articulation agreements to lend for the conclusion of certain career certificate programmes as well as for certain sectoral certifications. Seminole State has articulation agreements with individual institutions in Florida and other states. There are also agreements with technical centers in the Central Florida area. For more information, visit the Seminole State College website. Allows legitimate secondary or homeschooling students to enrol in and complete university courses, which are taken into account in their secondary school graduation requirements (in accordance with paragraph 1007.271 F.S.). Students who enroll at UCF can benefit from a maximum of seven credit hours. Early Admission is a form of dual enrollment where by which eligible high school students enroll full-time in a post-graduation institution in courses that can be considered in the bachelor`s degree and associate`s or bachelor`s degree. High school students who have completed their junior and are eligible for double enrollment can enroll in UCF full-time (at least 12 credits and a maximum of 15 credits). A high school student interested in a double registration / early admission must first contact his high school advisor to discuss the possibility of a double registration. The high school advisor should contact TLAA@ucf.edu to find out if there is a DE articulation agreement.

If the articulation agreement exists, the student (hyperlink to the UCF registration site) should apply as a dual-role student at UCF. If you have any questions about articulation agreements, please email the Art of Teaching and Learning Agreements. Seminole State also expresses academic credits for students who have industry-recognized certifications in certain fields that relate to the degree programs offered by the university. . . .