DSC Dual Enrollment Info Sign up

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Students planning to dual enroll during Spring 2022 Daytona State is providing a virtual dual enrollment information night, on Tuesday, Nov 2 at 5:00. The session is for students and their parents. All students need to attend this session. Register by Friday, Oct 29th @ midnight to receive the Teams link.

Dual Enrollment

Why choose Dual Enrollment?

  • College courses and textbooks are free to public school students
  • Earn free college credits while still in high school and save money.

Requirements for Dual Enrollment

  • Must have completed one high school course
  • Unweighted HS GPA of 3.0 (does not apply to Homeschool) and passing score ACT, SAT or PERT tests
  • Vocational credit programs require unweighted HS GPA of 2.0 and passing score on TABE test and must intend on completling the entire vocational certificate program
  • Home-schooled students must be registred with the school district as a home-schooled student, complete an home school affadavit, and sign a home-schooled articulation agreement


For questions, speak with our Guidance department. For DSC dual enrollment information, call 386.506.3661 or email [email protected] or [email protected]

Dual Enrollment

For more information about dual enrollment attend a DSC dual enrollment information session click here https://daytonastate.edu/dual-enrollment/information-sessions.html

 NEW!! Dual Enrollment Requirements have been updated...

  • for more info click here
  • for course selection click here
  • College Credit programs require a minimum of a 3.0 unweighted high school GPA and qualifying test scores. 
  • Vocational programs require a minimum 2.0 cumulative, unweighted high school GPA, and qualifying test scores.

New Students:  

Visit the DSC website:

Under the New Students section click "Apply to DSC"

Click "Appy Now" to complete the dual enrollment application

Click "How to Appy Guide" for step instruction on completing the DSC dual enrollment application or for the "How to Apply Guide" click here the how to apply to guides is attached 

 Click https://daytonastate.edu/advising/new-student-advising.html

Returning Students:  

Click https://daytonastate.edu/dual-enrollment/enrollment-steps.html scroll down to locate information for returing students

  1. Complete your Dual Enrollment Form, then connect with your school counselor to verify you still meet eligibility requirement and to review your course selections.
  2. Submit your signed form to begin the registration process from your FalconMail student email

  If you have any questions, please feel free to email your school counselor or Ms. Coy.  

Pert Test: 






114 (Intermediate Algebra) 

123 (College Algebra) 

Textbook Checkout- Please review this page for information regarding textbook checkout

Note-- Dual Enrollment textbooks are loaned to you just like school textbooks and are the property of Volusia County Schools. You check out and return your DSC books in the media center during normal school hours (8:15-3:45).


  • Check out DSC bookstore website for the books you need for your classes: https://www.bkstr.com/daytonastatedaytonastore/home
  • Search for the books you need using your DSC ID number.
  • Make a list or take a screenshot of what you need. This will help to ensure you receive the materials you need to be successful in your classes.
  • Come to the media center during school hours with your DSC ID number.
  • We check out the books to you just like any other textbook. If we do not have the book, we will check to see if another school has the book and request a transfer for you.


  • If you need a book that we do not have or if it is an eBook access code that you need, you will receive a voucher (charged to SHS) to take to the DSC bookstore. A voucher is used like cash at the DSC bookstore to purchase the designated book.
  • Return the receipt with the yellow copy of the voucher to the media center before the course completion. (Anything purchased with a voucher is the property of Volusia County Schools and must be returned to the media center at the end of the course or you will be charged).
  • All books are due within 1 week of the course ending.
  • Single use access codes DO NOT NEED to be returned.  


Note-- VCS Policy states if you do not return materials within 1 week of the end of the course or as soon as the school is open if the course ends in the summer or during a break, you will be charged for them. If the media center is closed, please hold the materials until the media center is open and only leave with Ms. Danese or Mrs. Franklin.