Registering for Classes

For information on course registration and step by step instructions on how to register for courses at Valencia, visit the Course Registration page.

A.A. Requirements

Dual Enrollment students can work toward obtaining the AA degree.

Alternative Ways To Earn Credit

Have you already earned college credit that could be applied to your AA degree? This link will direct you to Valencia College’s catalog page which details the alternative credits the college accepts.


Spring 2025 Dates
  •  Application Available:
    Tuesday, September 3, 2024
  •  Application Deadline:
    Thursday, October 3, 2024
  •  Assessment Score Deadline:
    Friday, November 8, 2024

Tutoring/Review Workshops

There are endless opportunities available to Dual Enrollment students around Valencia, including tutoring and review workshops at each Valencia Campus. Take advantage of these free services at a campus near you. You will get help in: math, reading, science, among other subjects.

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With Skillshops, you can get help with everything from finding financial aid and improving study habits to facing depression and dealing with stress. Why attend Skillshops?

  • Encourage learning outside the classroom.
  • Assist with academic, personal, career, and social development.
  • Jam-packed with relevant information taught by experts.
  • They’re free

For more information about upcoming skillshops, visit: Skillshops.

Seneff Honors Program

Valencia College offers variety of honors courses. Unlike high school courses, in order to be able to register for Valencia College honor courses you must apply and be accepted into the Seneff Honors College. The Seneff Honors College is for students who want more from their college experience- more challenges, more opportunities, and more connections with fellow students and great professors. Flexibility and designing an honors program is limited. The leadership track is the only track that can be completed in its entirety, while in the dual enrollment program. Admission of candidates into the program, is a consideration of your potential beyond test scores and GPA.

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Student Development

Whether it is a club or organization, a work-study position, a leadership series, or a co-curricular certificate - Student Development invites you to find your interests and passions here at Valencia. Active involvement in events, activities, and organizations outside of class is a key to your future success. Student Development partners with the college’s academic curriculum to provide co-curricular and extracurricular experiences that lead to our student’s holistic growth and development.

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