Dual Enrollment Welcome LetterWelcome to the Early College/Dual Enrollment Program
We are glad you are here! Your academic success is our priority.
Information You Need to KnowSTUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO ATTEND ALL OF THEIR SCHEDULED CLASSES. The effect of absences upon grades is determined by the instructor.
You are Responsible for Knowing Important DatesLast Day to Drop:
Each term, there is an advertised last day to drop, generally seven days from the first day of class for the term. If a student completes an official drop form (with the signature of the High School Counselor) before the advertised last day to drop, the transaction is considered dropping a course and no record of enrollment will appear on the student's transcript, nor will the enrollment count as an attempt for purposes of full cost and repeat rules.
Payment Due Date:
When a student's registration has been completed, if there is a balance due, there will be a date given as to when the fees, fines or other charges must be paid. It is the student's responsibility to obtain this information and honor the due date. Students who fail to meet this due date will be dropped from all classes. Although the student is free to re-register through the last day of open registration, the student may not be able to get into the same classes. So it is very important to pay all outstanding charges by the due date assigned.
Last Day to Withdraw:
If a student submits an official withdrawal form (with the signature of the High School Counselor), by the day before the class final, the transaction is considered withdrawing from a course and the student will receive a grade of "W" on his/her final grade report and transcript. Dual students are not permitted to repeat courses from which they withdraw. Students are permitted a maximum of two withdrawals while in the dual enrollment program. A third withdrawal will suspend the student from the program.
Final responsibility for all graduation requirements for the degree, certificate or diploma that the student is seeking rests with the student. Each term there is an advertised last day to apply for graduation.
During the next to last term of enrollment, all students are encouraged to contact an advisor or the Office of Enrollment Services to ensure all graduation requirements can be met as expected.
NWF State College Student Identification Card and Parking Decal
These are available at no charge and will be issued when registration is complete. The student Identification card is necessary for checking out materials from the library and for accessing electronic information databases via the Internet from home. The cards are used for identification at the Business Office and the College Store. For free admittance to some NWF State College events, such as the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra concerts, student theatrical productions and Raider Athletics a current student I.D. card is required. There is a $15.00 fee to replace a lost ID card.
The operation of a private vehicle on an NWF State College campus is a privilege, not a right. All students must display a parking decal on the vehicle and park in the designated white-lined spaces. Parking decals are available during registration and throughout the year at no charge.
Believe in Yourself!
Congratulations and thank you for choosing NWF State College to start your college career.
We care for our students and promote success. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Dual Enrollment: (850) 729-5205
Advising: (850) 729-6922
Disability Support Services: (850) 729-6079
Students with Special Needs should make an appointment with the Office of Student Disability Support Services, at least four weeks before classes begin or as soon as possible:
Admissions/Records: (850) 729-4901
Testing: (850) 729-6016