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Daytona State College offers a Dual Enrollment program that can help you get a head start on your college education while still in high school, no matter where you choose to pursue your higher education upon graduation. Through Dual Enrollment, you can begin your college studies by choosing one of several career oriented programs linked with programs offered at Daytona State College. For more information about dual enrollment, please review the information in the links below, and talk to your school counselor to begin the process.
Deadline for Spring 2021 -November 25th (For all Spring Full/A/B term courses)
Deadline for Summer & Fall 2021 - May 28th (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*
Details on eligibility and enrollment process:
Public and Private School Dual Enrollment Students and Parents
Home Education Students and Parent
Resources for School Counselors
Prospective Dual Enroll students must have a minimum unweighted high school GPA of 3.0 for college courses and 2.0 for vocational courses as specified in Florida Statute (1007.271 F.S.) Please see the Dual Enrollment Catalog website for further information. Students must also have test scores on the PERT, ACT or SAT that places them into college level English and/or Math.
Federal privacy laws related to dual enrollment: If a student is attending a postsecondary institution – at any age – the rights under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) have transferred to the student. However, in a situation where a student is enrolled in both a high school and a postsecondary institution, e.g. dual enrollment, the two schools may exchange information on that student. If the student is under 18, the parents still retain the rights under FERPA at the high school and may inspect and review any records sent by the postsecondary institution to the high school.