January 2015 Info Sessions for rising juniors and seniors

Earn FREE two year degrees at St. Petersburg CollegeSt. Petersburg College offers three options for high school students to earn high school and college credit simultaneously: Early College, Dual Enrollment and Early Admission. And it’s FREE! Find out more at these information sessions from 6-8 p.m. No RSVP necessary.

Jan. 8Thurs., Jan. 8
St. Petersburg College, Clearwater Campus, Arts Auditorium,
2465 Drew St., Clearwater ,727-791-5971

Jan. 13Tues., Jan. 13
St. Petersburg College, Seminole Campus, Conference Center,
9200 113th St. N, Seminole ,727-394-6023 (Limited seating available)

Jan. 15Thurs., Jan. 15
Palm Harbor University High School, Main Auditorium,
1900 Omaha St., Palm Harbor ,727-712-5400

Jan. 21Wed., Jan. 21
Boca Ciega High School, Center for Wellness and Medical Professions (CWMP) Auditorium,
924 58th St. S, Gulfport ,727-394-6023

St. Petersburg College offers early college admission to qualified high school seniors in Pinellas County at no charge! This program gives students credit toward a high school diploma and a college degree.

Earn as many as 30+ credits towards a 4-year bachelor's degree through participation in the Early Admission Program.
See how through the Fast Track Baccalaureate Program!

Who’s eligible?

Pinellas County students who have completed three years of high school with a minimum of 18 credits earned and who have achieved an acceptable score for college-level courses on the SAT, ACT, FCAT or SPC College Placement Test (including math). There is no cost for application, tuition or textbooks.

What’s required to enroll?

Student must:

  • Have met all standardized state assessment graduation requirements
  • See their guidance counselor to verify that they are eligible
  • Spend their senior year as a full-time SPC student
  • Have at least an unweighted cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (unweighted) for all high school work attempted
  • Have completed the high school physical education (HOPE) graduation requirement
  • Have completed the high school world history requirement
  • Obtain the signature of the high school principal on the "Application for Early Admission to College" form indicating the student is prepared for the early admissions experience
  • A student must commit to completing a minimum of 15 credit hours per term and maintain at least a 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale
  • Obtain transportation to classes
  • Have been enrolled in a public high school in Pinellas County for a minimum of one term before entering Early Admissions.

How much does it cost?

There’s no cost for public school students for application, tuition or textbooks.

Contact Information

Clearwater Campus
Early Admission Coordinator
Jeff Cesta
St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus
Early Admission Coordinator
Yulonder Betts
Seminole Campus
Early Admission Coordinator
Judy Colson
Tarpon Springs Campus
Early Admission Coordinator
Clayton Snare