BETHUNE-COOKMAN UNIVERSITY DUAL ENROLLMENT PROCESS

 A.   How do students qualify for the Dual Enrollment Program?

 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.


B.   How do students obtain test scores?

Step 3:  If the student has the required G.P.A and the minimum SAT or ACT scores , a copy of the scores must be included with the 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 Testing Center at: (386) 481-2306/2364 or testing@cookman.edu to schedule a time to take the PERT Test.  Students in West Volusia may also contact the B-CU Deltona testing center at: (386) 481-2163 to schedule a time to take the PERT Test.  Personal identification is required at both locations.  Students should include their test results in their completed application packet after testing.

Click here for more information about the B-CU Testing Center 

For a printable PERT Study Guide Click here 


C.   How do students apply for the Dual Enrollment Program?

Step 5: Once it has been determined by the school counselor that the student has the required G.P.A and test scores, students in East Volusia may submit the completed application in person or via U.S. Mail to the B-CU Office of Admissions which is located at: 618 International Speedway Blvd., or via email to colap@cookman.edu.  Students in West Volusia 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.


D.   How do students register for courses?

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:  www.cookman.edu/dualenrollment.

Step 7:  Students should place the selected courses on the Add/Drop form which can be found at: www.cookman.edu/dualenrollment and submit by email to kreslp@cookman.edu, or deliver to the Office of the Registrar, located at: 589 Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Blvd, or the Deltona site located at: 1555 Saxon Blvd., Deltona, FL  32725.

Step 8:  Students and parents who qualify for the dual enrollment program will be invited to attend a mandatory orientation s​ession. Click here for upcoming dates. All specific information about the program will be shared and discussed at that time.