Course Registration Information
How to Register for Courses
Dual enrolled students are eligible to take up to 10 credit hours per semester, including the summer semester.
Please note: Dual enrolled students are not able to register themselves for classes. DE students will have two holds on their account preventing self-registration. DE students must follow the instructions below in order to register for courses:
To register for courses, please follow the instructions below:
- Select the courses you desire to take.
- Review the courses that Academic Dual Enrollment and Career Dual Enrollment are eligible to take.
- Review the Course Catalog to find courses offered for the semester.
- You can also meet with your high school counselor or a Dual Enrollment representative for assistance in course selection.
- Complete the Course Registration Form
- SCPS, OCPS, and FLVS (full time) students must have their high school counselors sign their registration form to show approval of courses.
- Private School Students, only: Complete the 869 Form(Private School students).
- Home school, SCPS, OCPS and FLVS students do not need to complete the 869 form.
- Submit both the Course Registration Form and the 869 forms (if applicable) to Seminole State College
- Visit a Student Success Specialist on any Seminole State College campus. The hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Monday-Thursday) and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Friday).
Dual enrolled students are not permitted to register for the courses listed below:
- Clock hour programs that do not lead to industry certification
- Courses that are less than 3 credit hours
- Exception: EGS 1006, EGN 1007 and courses required for the honors program
- Limited access degree programs (Nursing, Police Academy, Fire Fighting, etc.)
- Seminole State Automotive programs
- Developmental courses, ROTC or physical education courses
Dual enrolled students must maintain the following grade point average (GPA) in order to remain eligible for Dual Enrollment:
- A 3.0 high school GPA for Academic Dual Enrollment
- A 2.0 high school GPA for Career Dual Enrollment
- A 2.0 cumulative Seminole State College GPA
Students who do not meet the 2.0 college GPA requirement and wish to continue to participate in the dual enrollment program must do the following:
- Students who earn a "D" or "F" during their first semester of Dual enrollment will be permitted to repeat the course if they meet the high school GPA requirement.
- After the first semester of Dual enrollment, students who earn a grade of "D" or "F" in a dual enrollment class and wish to continue to participate in the dual enrollment program will be required to repeat the course in which he/she earned the "D" or "F" grade in the subsequent semester.
- If the student still meets the minimum College GPA requirements they are allowed to enroll in courses that were not completed successfully as grade forgiveness.
- If the student no longer meets the College GPA requirements to qualify for dual enrollment due to failing grades will only be allowed to enroll in those courses for which they fail and must earn a grade of C or better in order to be eligible to continue to a participate.
Please note: Dual Enrollment students may not attempt the same course at the colleges more than 2 times.
Removing Courses from the Schedule
Steps to Drop a Course(s)
Students are able to drop courses without penalty up until the Drop Deadline. See the Academic Calendar for a full list of dates and deadlines. When a student removes a course prior to the Drop Deadline, there will be no penalty and no record of ever having been enrolled in the course on the on the academic record.
To drop a course, students must complete the following steps:
- Complete the Registration Form (bottom "Courses to be Dropped" section only).
- Submit the completed form to a Student Services Specialist on any Seminole State College campus prior to the deadline as stated in the Academic Calendar.
Steps to Withdraw
Courses removed after the Drop Deadline are considered a Withdrawal. Students can withdraw from a course until the Withdraw Deadline for the term. See the Academic Calendar for a full list of dates and deadlines. After the Withdraw Deadline, a student cannot remove a course from their schedule.
Please note: Withdrawing from a course will not negatively impact the GPA. However, the grade of "W" will reflect on the college transcript/student record. Withdrawing from courses may also negatively impact the student's ability to receive Federal Financial Aid in the future. A grade of "W4" can be administered by the faculty member for "no-show" and does count as an attempt.