I'm going here to complete general credits in order to transfer to the university of my choice. I dual enrolled here for senior year and it is a great program. The high schools in Volusia county are not great, so many students with a high enough GPA and means to get to the college campus dual enroll. They earn college and high school credit at the same time. Plus it's free! If you go to a public school, there is a book voucher for free books. If you are in a private school/ homeschooled you have to pay for books. There a multiple campuses ( it used to be a community college) and now they have four year degree programs too. It serves its purpose for me - which is just a diving board into the full "college experience" at a four-year private college which I will be going to. Classes were not too challenging for me but that varies obviously per student. Most important things are : Don't get books right away unless you know for sure the professor will use them. I bought a general psychology book that we never used. Ask your friends if they already have the book too. Rent books from the book store if possible ( don't forget to return them!) or get them at chegg.com / amazon. Ask professor about the editions they use because sometimes older editions have the same information. Before classes start I recommend going to the campus ( whichever it is) and looking around. The Daytona Beach campus can be confusing. Also, administration staff at the Daytona campus are rude. You can sign up for classes at any campus, I signed up at the Deland campus and they were much friendlier.