To my knowledge, all state universities in Florida must offer some type
of program for a designated number of students who do not make the
entrance score on the SAT or ACT.  

Florida A & M University offers a program for students to attend summer
school and take developmental course/s. Upon arrival, students are given
an in house placement test to determine the students' needs and students
are placed in the appropriate developmental course/s.  

The developmental courses are done during the first half of the summer
term; the second have of the term, students take at least one or two
college credit courses such as English 1 (ENC 1101) or college algebra.

Students live on campus and are classified as freshman.  Students
receive tutoring and any other assistance needed.  Upon successfully
passing the developmental courses and the college credit courses, the
students continue in the fall as college freshman.

Marylen M. Jennings, Coordinator
Academic Success Center
Seminole Community College
Sanford, FL 32773

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