The key to your application information is your social security number. If you are an international student and do not have a social security number, contact the High School Dual Enrollment office at 352-395-5490.

You may save your application information and return to complete it at any point until submission.

Applicants applying for spring term or a summer A term must contact the Dual Enrollment office regarding the application process. Generally, students do not start Dual Enrollment during these terms.

Application process:
  • Complete your online application and submit
  • You will be assigned a Santa Fe ID number once your online application is submitted
  • Print out the application and signature page - student and parent/guardian must sign and the tax question must be answered
  • Complete the required essay (see essay prompt on print out)
Submit your printed application, signatures and student essay:

In person to: High School Dual Enrollment Office
3000 NW 83rd Street, R-05
Gainesville, FL 32606

Online to: dualenrollment@sfcollege.edu

Once your application has been received, HSDE will contact you about the next steps. For questions, please call us at (352) 395-5490.
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Notice of Collection, Use, and Release of Social Security Numbers

This notice is intended for students, employees, volunteers, contractors and applicants and is made in compliance with Florida Statute section 119.071(5).  Santa Fe College collects your social security number for use in performance of the College's duties and responsibilities for the following possible purposes: classification of accounts; identification and verification; credit worthiness; billing and payments; data collection; reconciliation; tracking; benefit processing; tax and scholarship reporting; financial aid processing; athletics recruiting; accreditation of programs; and reporting to a receiving agency or governmental entity where the disclosure is necessary for it to perform its duties and responsibilities.  Social security numbers are also used as a unique numeric identifier in certain cases and may be used for search purposes.  Federal Law requires that we protect social security numbers from disclosure to unauthorized parties.  Students and employees are assigned SF identification numbers to assist in protecting their identities. Additional Information
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