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Dual Enrollment

Welcome to Dual Enrollment!

Attention: New and Returning Dual Enrollment Students must have submitted an application and all supplemental documents to the Dual Enrollment Office for final review. Deadline for Spring 2024 paperwork and class registration is December 4, 2023.

Thank you for your interest in the Dual Enrollment Program here at Florence-Darlington Technical College. We are so excited to welcome you into the Stinger family! The goal of the Dual Enrollment Program is to give you the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school. We strive to make the enrollment process as smooth as possible and to provide you with any help and attention you may need throughout your time here.

FDTC provides academic courses at high schools, on FDTC campuses, and online for selected high school students. This program was developed to give students the chance to begin their college education while still in high school. Students may be eligible to receive both college and high school credit for each course satisfactorily completed. Each 3-credit-hour course must be taught for 45 instructional hours plus an exam. Dual Enrollment Students have the same rights and responsibilities as any other student on our campus.

Dual Enrollment FAQS:

How do I qualify?

  • Be a high school Junior or Senior
  • Parent approval
  • School approval
  • SAT, ACT, or Accuplacer scores
  • Acceptance to FDTC
  • Proof of South Carolina residency
  • Students who require special testing or accommodations should contact the Student Disability Specialist at 843.661.8124.

Will my classes transfer to another college?

  • Yes! Check out the South Carolina Transfer and Articulation Center’s website at to see a current list of FDTC courses that will transfer to any public college or university in South Carolina.

What will my classes be like?

  • You can choose online or lecture classes
  • Your lecture classes will be taught at FDTC
  • Online courses will require you to come to FDTC for exams and tests
  • Courses are taught in 8-week, 12-week, and 15-week sessions
  • Rigorous coursework and a college experience designed to prepare high school students for the expectations of college

What about tuition, fees, & books?

  • Students who enroll in at least 6 credit hours may be eligible for South Carolina Lottery Tuition Assistance. These funds cover part of tuition cost for FDTC courses taught online or on the FDTC campus.
  • All students are responsible for obtaining the required textbooks and supplies for all FDTC courses.

How can I benefit from dual enrollment courses?

  • Students can earn college credit while meeting high school graduation requirements.
  • Students will gain valuable college preparation.
  • Students may explore areas of interest before declaring a college major.
  • Most dual enrollment courses are weighted the same as AP/IB courses.

Ready to get started?




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Dual Enrollment Office


Office: 843.661.8025

Text: 843.351.1960

Cortney Calhoun

Dual Enrollment Counselor, K-12 Relations


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