Students attending a public school or eligible private school in Volusia & Flagler county are eligible to participate in Daytona State's Dual Enrollment program. We encourage students to consult with their parents/legal guardians and Dual Enrollment school representative to determine eligibility for the challenge of college level coursework.
Deadline for Spring 2021 - November 25th (For all Spring Full/A/B term courses)
Deadline for Summer & Fall 2021 - May 31 (For all Summer/Fall/A/B term courses)
*Students must complete their DSC admissions application and submit a signed dual enrollment form with courses selected by this date to be enrolled*
Spring 2021 Eligibility Requirements:
- Be enrolled in 6th - 12th grade
- Have a GPA in a high school level course.
- College Credit programs require a minimum of a 3.0 unweighted high school GPA and qualifying test scores.
- Vocational programs require a minimum 2.0 cumulative, unweighted high school GPA, and qualifying test scores.
Enrolling New Students:
- Students need to begin the conversation with their school counselor to verify gpa, eligibility, high school graduation requirements, and college readiness.
- All new dual enrolled students need to submit an online admission application, selecting Dual Enroll as their Academic Plan. Review the steps to enroll here.
- PLACEMENT TESTING - PERT and TABE testing available by appointment only –
- Click here to schedule an appointment for Daytona Beach, Deland, Deltona, and Flagler/Palm Coast.
- If you would like to take a test on the New Smyrna Beach-Edgewater Campus, please contact them directly at 386-423-6328 or email NSBAssessment@DaytonaState.edu to make an appointment.
- Students will then contact their school counselor for verification of eligibility and this version of the Dual Enrollment Form.
- Once the form is complete - signed by student, parent, and school counselor - it can be emailed to email@example.com or students can call 386-506-3602 to schedule an appointment.to begin the advising and registration process. *All college emails will be sent to the student's DSC FalconMail account.
- New students are limited to 2 fully online courses per semester.
- New students are eligible to begin during the Fall & Spring semesters only.
Enrolling Returning Students:
- Students will email their school counselor for verification of eligibility and the new Dual Enrollment Form.
- Once the form is complete - signed by student, parent, and school counselor - it can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org to begin the advising and registration process, or students can call 386-506-3602 to schedule an appointment. *All emails must be sent from the student's DSC FalconMail account.
- Returning students will be permitted to enroll in up to 4 fully online courses during the Spring 2021 semester.
Students admitted in the Fall under the Emergency Order:
- If they took ENC1101 and passed with a C or better in the Fall - they do not need to take reading/writing PERT - they may continue to ENC1102.
- If they took a DSC Math course and passed with a C or better in the Fall, they do not need to take the Math PERT to continue to other Math courses.
- If they took classes other than Math & English, they will need to PERT to place into Math & English for Spring, but may continue taking courses that do not have Math/English pre or co-requisites without testing.
- If a student met the Emergency Order criteria in the Fall but opted not to take Math and/or English they will need to PERT for the Spring.
Example 1: Students currently enrolled in only SLS1122 and wants to take ENC1101 in the Spring.
- Reading and Writing PERT required.
Example 2: Students currently enrolled in ENC1101 and SLS1122 and wants to take MAT1033 in the Spring.
- Math PERT required, no Reading/Writing necessary.
Example 3: Students currently enrolled in ENC 1101 and wants to take ENC1102 in the Spring
- No PERT required, eligible to take ENC1102.
Example 4: Students currently enrolled in only SLS1122 and wants to take PSY1012 in the Spring.
- No PERT needed, PSY1012 does not require ENC1101
Example 5: Student met the Math placement under the Emergency Order but didn’t take Math or failed Math in the Fall.
- Math PERT required for Spring math enrollment.
Important Dates & Deadlines
Last Day to Withdrawal
Fall A Term – September 28
Fall Full Term – November 4
Fall B Term – November 24
Advising Week for Spring 21 (Spring schedule will be
available for viewing only)
Registration for Spring
Students who have earned 45 or more credits – 10/26
Students who have earned 30 or more credits – 10/27
Students who have earned 15 more credits – 10/28
Students who have earned 0-14 credits – 10/29 (Open to all/first day new students may register)
Deadline for Spring Dual Enrollment
*New students must have completed an online application and have submitted a registration form by this date.
Fall Classes End
Fall A – October 15
Full & B term – December 16
December 21 – January 3
Spring Classes Begin
A term & Full term – January 19
B term – March 22
Test Score Requirements:
All students are required to submit and have college-ready test scores on file at Daytona State College for reading, writing and math to eligible to enroll. Any combination of eligible scores will be accepted Ex: PERT Math score with SAT Reading/Writing
Public school students - All book needs are handled by the school district.
- Volusia County Students - Speak to the Textbook Coordinator at your school - all books and access codes are provided by your zoned school.
- Flagler County Students - Speak with your school counselor for details on book pickup for Spring - all books and access codes are provided by your school.
Private School Students - Students are responsible for purchasing their own instructional materials.
Quick links to valuable information for Middle & High School Counselors:
- Dual Enrollment Guide
- Dual Enrollment Form
- Drop/Withdrawal Form
- PERT Study Information
- Department of Education - Dual Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions
- Comparison of Florida's Articulated Acceleration Programs (compares dual enrollment, AP and IB)
- Dual Enrollment State of Florida Equivalency Guide
- Dual Enrollment Statement of Transfer Guarantees
- Flagler County 2020-21 Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement
- Volusia County 2020-21 Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement
- Collegiate High School Information
- Volusia County 2019-20 Collegiate High School Agreement
- Flagler County 2019-20 Collegiate High School Agreement
For Home School Parents: Please see our Home School website.
Contact DualEnrollment@daytonastate.edu with any Dual Enrollment questions you may have.