Doral College currently enrolls dual enrollment students in its Associate of Arts program in Liberal Studies. Courses are offered in face to face, online, and hybrid formats, during fall, spring and summer semesters.
Current dual enrollment students may register for courses by meeting with their onsite Advisor. DE students are not permitted to register themselves. If you are not yet a DC student and would like to apply, please review our admissions policies.
Students should understand that enrolling in a course is a serious commitment, and are advised to drop/withdrawal from a course only when they have exhausted all other avenues and do not feel they will be able to earn a passing grade. In this case, a student may request to drop by contacting his or her academic advisor. The following guidelines apply:
Students should consider dropping a course only when they have no other alternative. Should a student drop three (3) or more courses within an academic year, he or she will be placed on an advising hold and will be unable to re-enroll until cleared by the Office of Admissions and Student Services.
A Drop/Withdrawal during the Grace Period (without DR grade)
For requests submitted by the “last day to drop without a DR grade” as per the academic calendar, courses dropped will not appear on the student’s transcript.
A Drop/Withdrawal with DR grade
For requests submitted by the “last day to drop with a DR grade” as per the academic calendar, courses dropped will appear on a student’s transcript with a “DR” grade.
A Doral College instructor may elect to initiate the drop/withdrawal process during the Faculty-Initiated Drop Period, as per the academic calendar, for a student registered for his/her course who meets any of the following conditions:
• The student has failed to meet course attendance requirements,
• The student has not passed a course pre-requisite, or
• The student is not registered in a course co-requisite.
The College publishes an official Academic Calendar each year which lists all term dates, deadlines, holidays, and break dates.
Doral College’s forgiveness policy permits students to repeat a course in which they have received a grade less than a C, and then have the repeated grade computed in his/her GPA in place of the original grade, providing the repeated grade is higher than the first grade.
To request an official transcript, students should complete the required form and submit it to the Registrar via the Student Affairs help desk. Students should allow 1-2 weeks for receipt. Students may also request unofficial transcripts through the help desk for their own purposes.
Student transcripts are housed in the Doral College student information system (SIS), where all student information, including grades, may be viewed. To request an official transcript, students should complete the required form and submit it to the Registrar via the Student Affairs help desk. Students should allow 1-2 weeks for receipt. Students may also request unofficial transcripts through the help desk for their own purposes.