NOTE: All current students are required to provide a valid picture ID when meeting with DE advisors/coordinators.
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays: Virtual Appointments Only

Dual Enrollment Advisors

The Dual Enrollment Advising Team helps serve students by making course recommendations, discussing graduation requirements, and answering DE questions.

It is recommended that students meet with their high school guidance counselor to discuss unmet high school requirements before meeting with a DE advisor.

Prospective Students

Prospective students who have yet to begin in the Dual Enrollment program: At this time, please email us at dualenrollment@valenciacollege.edu regarding application status and reserve these appointment blocks for current students



West | Lake Nona | East Campus


Adriana Shaw

Adriana Shaw

Dual Enrollment Coordinator

Adriana values helping students to achieve their academic and career goals as the Dual Enrollment Coordinator for Valencia College, West Campus. She earned her B.S. in Human Services and Counseling at Johnson University Florida and her M.S. Degree in Counseling and Higher Education from Palm Beach Atlantic University. Adriana has a passion for providing the best assistance possible to better equip any student. She understands the transition into college is a journey, and she desires to esteem each student towards their purpose through informative sessions, presentations, and advising support. She looks forward to helping Dual Enrollment students achieve their utmost potential.

 

Areas I can assist with:

  • Admission into the program
  • Course registration
  • Provide informational sessions and presentations
  • Dual Enrollment questions and concerns

A tip for DE students: Remember to study hard and how purposed you are!


Shirley Kennedy

Shirley Kennedy

Dual Enrollment Coordinator

Shirley has been dedicated to student accomplishment for her entire professional career. She earned her B.S. Degree in Business Administration and her M.Ed. Degree in School Counseling at Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania. Her occupation as a high school counselor in Orange County Public Schools has allowed her to gain a great deal of knowledge in academic advisement for both high school and college coursework. She looks forward to assisting high school students achieve success at the college level while also maintaining involvement with their high school experiences. Her goal is to support students in every way to become prepared to effectively meet their post-secondary goals.

 

Areas I can assist with:

  • Steering students through the Dual Enrollment Website
  • Application Procedure Steps and Requirements
  • Assistance with understanding the Course Registration Progress
  • Helping students unite their college schedule with their high school schedule

A tip for DE students: Remember that the first college credit you earn begins your College Grade Point Average. Academic responsibility is very important to your future success.

 

Osceola Campus

jessica jurado arroyo

Jessica Jurado Arroyo

Dual Enrollment Coordinator

Jessica is committed to higher education and serving as the Dual Enrollment Coordinator for the Valencia College, Osceola Campus. She earned a B.A. in Psychology at Florida International University and a M.A. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Central Florida. As a Coordinator for the Dual Enrollment program, Jessica works diligently to make the student's transition into college a pleasant and empowering experience through informative presentations, coordinating the application and registration process, student advising, and organizational support. The tasks she enjoys the most are assisting and supporting students throughout their dual enrollment journey.

 

Areas I can assist with:

  • Course registration process
  • Admission into the program
  • Support for Spanish speaking students and families
  • Provide individual and group informational sessions

A tip for DE students: Valencia College offers a great deal of educational resources for all students; don't be afraid to ask about them!