Getting Your Materials

If you are a dual enrollment student and have any questions about your tuition or enrollment, please speak with your high school counselor.

Dual Enrollment Courses Apply To: Individual students taking courses at Seminole State College (spring, summer, and fall), and University of Central Florida (spring and fall).

Students Registering for Courses

Dual Enrollment with Seminole State College

Students taking Dual Enrollment courses on the college campus

  • Students complete a SCPS form 868 online (Click here for Instructions). No handwritten forms will be accepted.
  • The completed 868 form must be reviewed by the High School Counselor, and signed by the school Principal.
  • One copy of the completed SCPS Form 868 is given to the student who takes this form to Seminole State College for registration to receive a class schedule.
  • Upon receipt of SCPS Form 868 and a class schedule, the bookstore at Seminole State College processes a voucher and creates an account for the student. Students pick up their Dual Enrollment textbooks at the Barnes & Noble bookstore providing their 868, schedule, and photo ID. Students must receive rental or used textbooks, when available.
  • If a class schedule is changed, the student returns textbooks to the bookstore at SSC immediately identifying themselves as a dual enrollment student.
  • The bookstore at SSC completes a buy back form for returned textbook(s), and provides a buy back receipt to the student.
  • At the end of the term, the student returns all Dual Enrollment textbooks by the bookstore collection date, at their high school campus. Rental textbooks may be returned directly to the SSC Barnes & Noble Bookstore. The student must identify him/herself as a dual enrollment student. 
  • If a student fails to return materials by the school collection day, the student must return the book directly the Barnes & Noble Bookstore or make arrangements with the school textbook manager.
  • School bookkeepers place Dual Enrollment students with missing textbooks on a student debt list, requiring these students to bring a receipt of DE books returned to the school, or will not be permitted to register for future DE courses

Dual Enrollment courses on an SCPS campus

  • Students complete a SCPS form 868 online (Click here for Instructions).
  • The completed 868 form must be reviewed by the High School Counselor, and signed by the school Principal.
  • One copy of the completed SCPS Form 868 is given to the student who takes this form to Seminole State College for Registration.
  • The SSC Dual Enrollment instructor at the high school communicates any instructional materials (textbook) needs with the SCPS Instructional Resources department.
  • DE instructional materials needed for courses taught on a school campus will be ordered by the SSC instructor, and funded by SCPS Instructional Resources. These DE materials will be returned by students to the instructor and used for multiple semesters, as applicable.
  • Students taking DE courses on a high school campus should pick up instructional materials directly from the SSC instructor for this course.
  • At the end of the school term, or if a class schedule is changed, the student returns textbooks to the instructor on the high school campus.
  • School bookkeepers place DE students with missing textbooks on a student debt list- requiring these students to bring a receipt of DE books returned to the school, or will not be permitted to register for future DE courses.

Dual Enrollment with the University of Central Florida

  • UCF generates a UCF Early Admission/Dual Enrollment Authorization Form, which is completed by the student, high school and parent or guardian.
  • The form contains the course information for the student and is returned to UCF Undergraduate Admissions upon completion. Instructional Resources is not involved as the Early Admission/Dual Enrollment Authorization Form is being completed.
  • The student picks up the materials at the UCF Bookstore.
  • The signed UCF Early Admission/Dual Enrollment Authorization Form will be returned to Instructional Resources with an invoice for payment.
  • The student names, schools, and costs are added to a SCPS/Instructional Resources data base for tracking.
  • At the end of the school term, or if a class schedule is changed, the student returns all instructional materials (textbooks) to the high school identifying themselves as a UCF dual enrollment student.
  • The high school textbook manager, or school designated staff member, contacts the district Instructional Materials manager to arrange a pick-up of returned Dual Enrollment materials to the district.

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