Admission to the program is based on test scores, letters of recommendation, interview and supporting materials that attest to a student's maturity level and academic ability.
Students begin university work while completing high school graduation requirements ... greatly enhancing the value of their junior and senior years.
||Students interested in careers in health, science, mathematics, pre-engineering education or legal studies, will shorten the time needed to obtain degrees.
- Complete all necessary high school requirements to be designated a rising junior or senior.
- Demonstrate exceptional ability and college readiness as substantiated by scholastic resume of academic achievements and activities.
- Achieve a recommended dual enrollment recaluculated GPA of 3.3.
- Achieve a recommended SAT score of 1550 or an ACT composite score of 23.
- Obtain two letters of recommendation (prefer from principal or principal designee and teacher in the area of degree interest).
- Complete the FGCU Admission Application
- Complete the FGCU Accelerated Collegiate Experience Supplemental Application
- Complete and successfully pass an interview with the FGCU Accelerated Collegiate Experience Admission committee.
To go to the application package page click here.
For more information, contact:
CarolAnn Popovich, Ed.S.
FGCU ACE Director
239-590-7430; Toll Free: 800-590-3428