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We offer two great courses on the DHS campus to begin earning college credits. We offer:

SLS 1122 Dynamics of Student Succes, a  a 5.0 weighted college level course that helps students make wise choices in college.  This class is designed to increase student success through the development of academic and life skills. Topics include: study techniques, test anxiety, memory techniques and personal development.  This course will help satisfy the graduation requirements for the Associate of Arts degree. Criteria: 2.5 unweighted GPA and PERT scores of at least an 84 in Reading and a 90 in Writing.

SLS 2301 Career Development, a 5.0 weighted college level course that provides an overview of career interests, values, aptitude, career and academic program exploration and employability skills including job search planning.

Bethune Cookman University Dual Enrollment

Step 1: School Board students who are interested in enrolling in the B-CU Dual Enrollment Program must have an initial meeting with their parents and school counselor to discuss program participation.

Step 2: The school counselor will review the initial requirements for the program with the student to ensure that the student has the minimum 3.0 unweighted high school G.P.A requirement & test scores.

Step 3: If the student has the required G.P.A and the minimum SAT or ACT scores, he/she must obtain a copy of his/her school transcript to verify test scores and must include a copy of their test scores in the completed dual enrollment application packet.

Step 4: If the student has the required minimum G.P.A, but does not meet the minimum SAT or ACT test requirements, they are to contact the B-CU Deltona testing center at: (386) 481-2163 to schedule a time to take the ACT Compass Placement Test.  Personal identification is required at both locations.  Students should include their test results in their completed application packet after testing.

Step 5: Once it has been determined by the school counselor that the student has the required G.P.A and test scores, students may submit the completed application at the B-CU Deltona campus, located at: 1555 Saxon Blvd., Deltona, FL  32725.  A complete application packet includes a Dual Enrollment Admissions Form, copy of high school transcript, and test scores and MUST include all required signatures.

Step 6: After submitting the application to the Office of Admissions, students should consult with their school counselor and parents to select their college courses from the approved course list. Courses may also be found at:

Step 7: Students should place the selected courses on the Add/Drop form which can be found at: and submit by email to [email protected], or deliver to the Office of the Registrar, located at: 1555 Saxon Blvd., Deltona, FL  32725.

Step 8: School Board students and parents who complete the application and registration process will be invited to attend a Dual Enrollment Orientation Session on the B-CU main campus or at the B-CU Deltona Campus.  All specific information about the program will be shared and discussed at that time.

Daytona State College Dual Enrollment

Requirements for Admissions

  1. The student must be enrolled in the School District of Volusia County.
  2. Students in grades 6 and higher are eligible to participate in the Dual Enrollment program.
  3. The student must be recommended by their high school counselor and principal (or designee). School representatives  reserve the option to deny a request based on academic behavior and attendance records which indicate that the student would not be best served by this program. Readiness will be based on, but not be limited to, the following factors: 

a. Appropriate GPA: 3.0 for A.A. degree courses / 2.0 for vocational certificate courses.

b. Passing scores on either the SAT, ACT, PERT, FCAT or TABE Test:

ENC 1101

ACT: 19 or higher in Reading, 17 or higher in English

SAT: 440 or higher in Critical Reading

PERT: 106 or higher in Reading and 103 or higher in Writing

FCAT 2.0: 262 or higher

MAT 1033

ACT: 19 or greater in Math

SAT: 440 or greater in Math

PERT: 114-122 in Math

MAC 1105

ACT: 21 or greater in Math

SAT: 500 or greater in Math

PERT: 123-134 in Math

MAC1140, MAC1114, STA2023

PERT: 135-144 in Math 

MAC 2233, MAC 2311

PERT: 145-150 in Math

c. Positive high school attendance patterns

d. Lack of discipline problems


  • The following chart gives the minimum and maximum combined high school course/college hours for Volusia County Schools students. In order to be considered a full-time student, the student would need to meet the minimum hours listed. Students cannot enroll for more than 15 credit hous at DSC.
  • DSC offers 7-8 week "minimesters" during the school year. Students must enroll in these courses at the beginning of the semester, regardless of the "minimester" selected. 
  • This chart is for all courses that are semester hours for DSC, regardless of whether they are A.A. or A.S. degree courses.
Minimum Hours Maximum Hours
HS Courses HS Credits Earned
through college courses
HS Courses HS Credits Earned
through college courses
1 15 1 15
2 12 2 15
3 9 3 9
4 6 4 9
5 3 5 6
6 3 6 6
7 0 7 3

PERT Testing Information

Students who want to dual enroll must take the P.E.R.T. test for Dual Enrollment purposes.  Students are cautioned not to take the test unless they are sure they are ready (successful completion of Algebra 2 is highly recommened).  Student can practice at:

Students can use an ACT, SAT or FCAT score to place into college courses.  Stuents will need a score of 262 on the Grade 10 FCAT 2.0 Reading for ENC 1101.

Per State Rule 6A-10.0315 students are eligible for two more attempts for college admission after graduation.

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