Dual Enrollment Students and Professors
St. Johns County is proud of you for earning the opportunity to participate in the dual enrollment coursework offered by St. Johns River State College. The cost of college textbooks is a significant expense as you will discover after you graduate from high school. As a high school student, you have the privilege of having these materials to use for free during the course, but in the end they must be returned. The St. Johns County School District reuses these materials for other students and it is imperative you return them during the designated times. If you miss the deadline, we are forced to purchase books we would not need otherwise. Therefore, if you return the books late you will be charged a late fee of $5.00 per book, per day. The school district is not responsible for the cost of consumable materials for dual enrollment coursework. Those materials include items such as: lab manuals, solution manuals, and study guides. If any of those materials are available we will check them out for your use. However, you are not to write inside any of these materials loaned to you. SJRSC has instructed their professors to allow you to write answers on separate sheets of paper. Please identify yourself as a high school student to your professor and show them this letter so they know you are not to write in these materials. This is your responsibility as a dual enrollment student. If you write in the materials you will be responsible for the entire cost.
As a review here are the important points for you to remember. Dual enrollment information and due dates are listed on our website. Late return fee is $5.00 per book, per day.
Textbooks must be requested online and returned to the Fullerwood Center, 10 Hildreth Drive, St. Augustine, Florida during the days and hours identified through your dual enrollment contact. That same information is available on the SJRSC Dual Enrollment website. If you lose or damage the book you will be charged the full replacement price. It is your responsibility to speak to your professor about your inability to write in lab manuals, solution manuals, or study guides. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office at 904-547-3947.
Textbook Checkout Agreement
Access to free textbooks is a privilege that comes with responsibility. When you complete your online textbook request you are digitally signing the Dual Enrollment Checkout Agreement. Completing the online request for textbooks and digitally signing the Dual Enrollment Checkout Agreement assures us that you are responsible for the materials you borrow.