Dual Enrollment and Early Admission
Chipola offers enrollment to eligible high school students in Chipola's five-county district to enroll in college courses applicable to a workforce development certificate or an associate degree. Students should contact their high school counselor, check the college catalog, or dual enrollment webpage for additional information.
High school seniors may apply for admission to Chipola's Honors Program. Minimum qualifications are a high school GPA of 3.5 and an ACT score of 23 (SAT score of 1019). Contact the Director of the Academic Center for Excellence for application information.
Chipola College is authorized under United States Federal Law, Immigration and Nationality Act, to enroll non-immigrant alien students. If the college has to issue a Certificate of Eligibility (Form I-20 A-B), the student is classified as an F-1 international student; if a Certificate of eligibility (Form I-20 M-N) is issued, the student is classified as an M-1 international student. Applicants who have been admitted to the United States as immigrants and have been issued resident alien numbers will not be classified as international students for admission purposes. Please call, write, or refer to the college catalog for more information.
Transient students should request that a "Letter of Good Standing" from the previous college be sent to Chipola. Transient students may need transcripts if planning to enroll in English, mathematics, or course requiring prerequisites.
Tech Prep Students who take a specified workforce development curriculum in high school and then pass competency tests administered by Chipola may receive college credit for certain applied technology courses taken in high school. Students should contact their high school for more information.
Last revised 8/2020