Course Registration

Registering for new Valencia classes is exciting! These reminders for Dual Enrollment students are helpful when building your schedule for the next semester.

Upcoming Dates

Spring 2024
  •  Oct 31 - Continuing student registration opens (full term only)
  •  Nov 7 - New student registration opens (full term only)
  •  Jan 8 - Classes Begin (Full-term courses only)
  •  Jan 16 - Drop Deadline (last day to remove a class-no penalty)
  •  Mar 15 - Withdraw Deadline "W" Grade (full-term)
  •  Apr 28 - Classes End (final exams Apr 22-28)

Dual Enrollment students may only registered for full-term spring classes. Flex classes are not permitted.

Summer 2024
  •  Mar 5 - Continuing student registration opens
  •  May 6 - Classes Begin (Full-term courses only)
  •  Visit Academic Calendar
    for Drop Deadlines (deadline for each part of term)
  •  Visit Academic Calendar
    for Withdrawal Deadlines "W"(deadline for each part of term)
  •  Visit Academic Calendar
    for last day of class meeting (each part of term)

Dual Enrollment students may register for full-term or flex summer classes.

Fall 2024
  •  Mar 5 - Continuing student registration opens
  •  Mar 12 - New student registration opens
  •  Aug 19 - Classes Being (Full-term courses only)
  •  Aug 26 - Drop Deadline (last day to remove a class-no penalty)
  •  Oct 25 - Withdrawal Deadline “W” Grade (Full-term)
  •  Dec 8 - Classes end

Dual Enrollment students may only registered for full-term fall classes. Flex classes are not permitted.

Graduating High School Seniors

Dual Enrollment students who are graduating from high school will no longer be eligible for Dual Enrollment upon HS graduation. If a graduating high school senior desires to continue with Valencia College in the summer following graduation, they may register for full-term and/or any part of term. All graduating high school seniors registered planning to take summer courses are responsible for all tuition / fees and establishing Florida Residency (if applicable). Please see the Academic Calendar for important dates/deadlines.


Registration Reminders

  • Dual Enrollment students may register for up to 13 credits for fall and spring semesters 7 credits in the summer.
  • Review the Approved Course List and Valencia catalog for course descriptions.
  • As a Dual Enrollment student, you are responsible for creating your class schedule and registering via your Atlas account.
  • Meet with a Dual Enrollment Coordinator for academic planning, submitting AP/IB/AICE credit, questions about course prerequisites.
  • Always share your Valencia schedule with your school counselor and parent/legal guardian.
  • We strongly encourage students not to exceed a total of 6 courses between Valencia College and high/middle school.
  • Dual Enrollment students may not take flex classes in the fall or spring terms. Summer flex classes are permitted.
  • You may take online, mixed-mode, real-time virtual, and/or on campus classes.
  • Registration instructions (including tutorials) can be found on Valencia's Support How To site.
  • It is helpful to do an Advanced Search so that you can choose specific class details, such as Full Term, modality, and professor.
  • You will receive an Atlas email from the Dual Enrollment office when your instructional materials are available to order.

Adding and Removing Courses

You may add classes to your schedule until the first day of the start of the semester. Please advise, there will be limited availability the longer you wait to register for classes and may delay in ordering required instructional materials.

You may drop your class(es) only within the drop deadline period. Stay familiar with the important dates and deadlines on the Academic Calendar for each term. Once the drop deadline has passed, any courses that are removed from your schedule will be a withdrawal. Dual Enrollment students are only permitted to one have withdrawal to remain eligible for the program.

Please note it is the student’s responsibility to remove themselves from a course.

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Ineligible Courses

As a Dual Enrollment student, you are not permitted to register for the following courses.

  • Courses less than three (3) credit hours
  • Flex start classes in fall or spring terms
  • Developmental/remedial or physical education courses
  • Third attempts for a course

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Account Balance

A balance will remain on your account until the end of the term. Dual Enrollment students are not responsible for paying these fees and the balance will not cause the student to be dropped from classes.