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Dual Enrollment (DE)

Frequently Asked Questions for Current Students

Most high school requirements can be satisfied, with the exception of World History and the Physical Education Requirement.

 

The Orange County School District recently created a Financial Literacy on-line module to allow Dual Enrollment students to register for and satisfy their High school Requirement. The module is required along with Valencia's ECO 2013 or ECO b2023 courses to satisfy the Financial Literacy Graduation Requirement.

Students will be required to meet with their Guidance counselor in order to enroll in a DE Economics course.

Students and parents will sign an agreement acknowledging that if they do not complete the module, they will not fulfill the graduation requirement

Osceola County students will need to complete Economics with their high school or FLVS in order to satisfy their high school graduation requirements.

Orange County Public School students must obtain a textbook voucher from your school guidance counselor/other designated person
Textbooks can be picked up from a Valencia College Campus Bookstore at least two weeks prior to the start of term and must be purchased within the first two weeks of the start of the term; no vouchers accepted after two weeks from start of term.

Osceola County Public School students, check with your school guidance counselor for specific details and procedures on how to obtain textbooks from the Osceola District Bookstore, as well as bookstore hours. Any textbooks not available at the Osceola District Bookstore will be purchased via a voucher that is issued by personnel at the ODB.

Private and Home School students are responsible for their own textbook affiliated costs for licensing fees or electronic media access.

To view which textbooks are required for your class, please visit the Campus Bookstore's Webpage.

 

While courses offered at a high school campus are limited to certain basic subjects, courses taken at Valencia should be creditable toward a high school diploma. Speak with your high school guidance counselor about course selection to ensure that you meet graduation requirements.

 

You can register for up to 4 courses or 13 credit hours each Fall and Spring term; and 2 courses or 7 credit hours for the Summer term.

Payment cannot be received for increased coursework.

 

Yes, Dual Enrollment students are allowed to register for online courses. Onlne courses are conducted through your Atlas Blackboard.

 

Add/Drop allows students to add and remove courses from their schedule without penalty within the add/drop period. Withdrawals remain on the student’s college transcript, and count against their withdrawal allotment for Dual Enrollment participation.

 

Dual Enrollment Student are allowed one withdrawal to maintain eligibility.

 

This is normal. A balance will remain on your account until the end of the term. Dual Enrollment students are not responsible for paying these fees. This balance will not cause you to be dropped from your courses.

 

Student ID's and parking permits are issued by the Security Office.

 

You can access your detailed class schedule by logging into the Atlas → Clicking the Courses Tab → Registration → Student Detail Schedule.

 

Dual Enrollment Academic Advisors and your school's guidance counselor can help guide you through the course selection process. Dual Enrollment Advisors are available on the West and Osceola Campuses M-F by appointment only. Please visit our Advisors Page to schedule an appointment.

 

Dual enrollment course credit transfers to any public college or university that offers that course with the same prefix and number. If a student does not attend the same college or university where they earned that dual enrollment credit, the application of the college credit to general education, prerequisite, or degree programs may vary at the receiving institutions.

 

AP Scores must be reported directly to Valencia via College Board prior to registering for courses which require the completion of prior courses to satisfy prerequisites. Please allow 5 weeks for the scores to be processed.

 
 

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

407-582-1600
dualenrollment@valenciacollege.edu
Monday - Thursday: 8AM to 5PM
Friday: 9AM to 5PM
Lunch Hour: 12PM to 1PM

East Campus
Building 5 Room 211
407-582-1600
dualenrollment@valenciacollege.edu
 
Osceola Campus
Building 2, Suite 103
407-582-1600
dualenrollment@valenciacollege.edu
 
West Campus
Student Services Building (SSB), Suite 146
407-582-1600
dualenrollment@valenciacollege.edu
 

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