The Indian River State College Dual Enrollment program allows eligible public, charter, private and home education students to simultaneously earn high school credit (toward their high school diploma) and credit toward an Associate Degree or career training certificate for an eligible course.

Through IRSC Dual Enrollment, eligible students get a jump on college, saving both time and money. Dual Enrollment students are exempt from application fees, tuition and laboratory fees, and students receive required textbooks at no charge.

St. Lucie Public Schools has an agreement with Indian River State College to offer college level coursework to qualifying students. Review the articulation agreement for specific rules and guidelines.

If you are interested in dual enrollment, please follow the steps below:
  1. Meet with your high school counselor to obtain your GPA, and discuss credits needed for high school graduation.
  2. Complete the application for admission. On the Applicant Profile page, complete the fields as follows:
    • Academic Level = Associate
    • Student Type = Dual Enrollment
    • Program of Study = Dual Enrollment
    • Anticipated Start = choose the semester that you intend to begin taking classes
    • Campus = select your current high school
  3. After you submit the application, the Applicant Home page will display again.
  4. Access your application to upload and submit the Dual Enrollment Program Agreement (Form 508). The form must be signed by the student and the parent or legal guardian (if the student is under 18 years of age). For private and home education students, the form must be signed by high school designee.
  5. Take the P.E.R.T., or submit official college placement scores (ACT® or SAT®) that are no more than two years old.

Congratulations!—You are now admitted into the Dual Enrollment program.

Next steps required prior to registering for classes:

  1. Check your email for an activation link to MyPioneerPortal to access your Workday student account for registration, RiverMail, Blackboard and more.
  2. Log in to MyPioneerPortal to access Workday. Then select the Academics worklet and check the Registration Requirements area. You must satisfy all the items listed in the Registration Requirement sections prior to registering for classes.
  3. Meet with your high school counselor to determine appropriate first semester courses. Note that SLS 1101 is a required first course for college-credit seeking students. (View Dual Enrollment course listing.)
  4. Register online in Workday, accessible through MyPioneerPortal.
After you register for courses, check the Book Depot schedule to determine what days students from your high school are scheduled to pick up textbooks  (see information on the right)
 
SLPS Book Depot
331 NW Commerce Park Drive
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34986
(772) 336-6970

amabel.morales@stlucieschools.org

Hours of Operation:
8:30-4:00 (closed between 12:30 and 1:30)
No appointments are needed.
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SPRING 2022 Book Pick-Up

Report to the Book Depot for Pick Up at:
331 NW Commerce Park Drive
8:30 AM – 4:00 PM (closed between 12:30-1:30)

Treasure Coast High School Students
Monday, December 13th

Ft. Pierce Central High School Students
Tuesday, December 14th

Ft. Pierce Westwood High School Students
Tuesday, December 14th

Lincoln Park Academy Students
Wednesday, December 15th

MOSAIC Digital Academy Students
Wednesday, December 15th

St. Lucie West Centennial High School Students
Thursday, December 16th

Pt. St. Lucie High School Students
Friday, December 17th

Friday, December 17th is the last day for early Spring book pick-up. Book Depot will open again on Monday, January 3rd, 2022.

All Dual Enrollment students are to report to the Book Depot on their designated dates to pick up SPRING books and return any books due at that time.

If you can’t make it on your assigned date, please come on any other day listed above. In order to control traffic and ensure a safe environment please do your best to come on your assigned date.