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The Smart Choice...................................................................................................................... 2 Choose Your Program: 1,2 or 4 Years......................................................................................3-6 1 Year - Certificate Programs....................................................................................... 3 2 Year - Associate Degrees.......................................................................................4-5 Associate of Arts – The State College Guarantee............................................. 4 Associate of Science....................................................................................... 4 2+2 = Associate and Bachelor’s Degrees........................................................ 4 4 Years - Bachelor’s Degrees....................................................................................... 6 Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology.............................................. 6 Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management....................... 6 Bachelor of Science in Education.................................................................. 6 Other Study Options.................................................................................................................. 7 Honors College.......................................................................................................... 7 Learning Communities.............................................................................................. 7 Florida Online........................................................................................................... 7 Dual Enrollment........................................................................................................ 7 Student Support...................................................................................................................8-10 Academic Advising................................................................................................... 8 Faculty Advising....................................................................................................... 8 Career and Personal Counseling................................................................................ 9 Academic Support Center & Library Services............................................................ 9 College Writing Center.............................................................................................. 9 Student Disability Services........................................................................................ 9 Women’s Center......................................................................................................10 Fresh Start..............................................................................................................10 The Affordable Choice........................................................................................................11-12 Financial Aid...........................................................................................................11 Foundation Scholarships & GI Bill...........................................................................12 8 Steps to Enrollment..............................................................................................................12 College Life.........................................................................................................................13-20 Student Activities....................................................................................................14 Student Clubs.........................................................................................................14 Intramural Sports....................................................................................................14 The Arts..................................................................................................................15 News-Journal Center...............................................................................................15 Southeast Museum of Photography.........................................................................16 Café 101................................................................................................................17 Cosmetology Training Salon.....................................................................................17 Fitness & Aquatic Center.........................................................................................18 Falcon Athletics.................................................................................................19-20 Fast Facts & History of the College..........................................................................................21 Contact Information.................................................................................................................24


The Smart Choice ,

Choosing to attend college is one of the most important decisions you will make in life. It can open the door to a career you have always wanted with a salary you deserve, or it can help you expand your knowledge or skills in particular areas. A smart choice will set the stage for your success.

Daytona State College is the place where people from all walks of life who are looking for opportunity and growth begin their ambitious journeys. For more than five decades, tens of thousands of people have gotten their starts at Daytona State to earn their college degree, enhance their job skills, or prepare for new careers. Our graduates are health care workers, teachers, public safety officers, hospitality industry personnel, business owners and managers, computer programmers, engineering and environmental science technologists, and a wide variety of other skilled professionals who form the fabric of the communities we serve. Today, Daytona State continues to be our region’s first choice for education and workforce training, offering more than 175 degree and certificate programs. Choose a oneyear certificate, a two-year associate degree or one of Daytona State’s nine bachelor’s degree offerings in business, education and engineering technology. Attend class online or at one of our six campus locations in Volusia and Flagler counties.

Our mission is to provide excellence in education and training at an affordable cost to anyone who has the desire to work toward success. Daytona State is among the top 10 percent of community colleges in America, having distinguished itself through its quality academic programs, modern facilities, exceptional faculty and academic support staff, convenient and flexible course schedules, and tuition that is among the most affordable in the nation. We are committed to providing a total college experience for our students, both inside and outside the classroom. If you’re thinking about enrolling in college, consider the benefits of starting at Daytona State College. Earn your degree close to home and save thousands in tuition costs alone. Find out why so many people have made Daytona State College their first choice, the right choice, the smart choice.

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First, choose your program

1 Year - Certificate Programs 2 Years - Associate Degrees 4 Years - Bachelor’s Degrees

1 Year Certificate Programs

Certificate programs are designed to provide specialized training in various fields in one year or less. Certificates (college credit) and applied technology diploma programs can be applied toward an appropriate AS degree.

College of Business Administration Accounting Applications/Computerized Accounting Technology Operations –Tax Preparation Business Management Business Operations – Entrepreneurship Culinary Operations -Baking and Pastry Specialization Office Management Office Management-Medical Option Office Support (Technical Certificate)

College of Arts, Music, and Science Audio/Recording Technology

College of Health, Human and Public Services Addictions Studies Specialization Child Care Center Management Specialization Correctional Officer Recruit Training * Dental Assisting * Early Childhood Education Apprentice Emergency Medical Technician * Fire Fighter II * Human Services Assistant Specialization Infant Toddler Specialization Law Enforcement Recruit Training *

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Massage Therapy * Medical Assisting * Medical Information Coder/Biller * Medical Record Transcribing Nurse Aide and Orderly */** Paramedic * Patient Care Assistant */** Practical Nursing * Pre-School Specialization Public Safety Telecommunication * School Age Specialization Surgical Technology*

College of Engineering Technology and Occupational Programs Advanced Automotive Technology (Performance Engine Specialization) Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Mechanic ** ATB Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Technology ** ATB AutoCAD Foundations (Architectural) AutoCAD Foundations (Engineering) Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing ** ATB Automotive Service Technology Cable Installation Computer Engineering Technology Cisco (CCNA) Computer Programming Computer Specialist Cosmetology ** ATB Drafting and Design Technology

Electrical Apprentice – Non Union Electrical Apprentice – Union Information Technology Administration Information Technology Analysis Information Technology Management Information Technology Support Specialist Information Technology Technician Kitchen and Bath Specialization Machining ** ATB Microcomputer Repairer/Installer Network Communications (LAN) Network Communications (WAN) Network System Developer Plumbing Apprentice - Union Web Development Specialist Welding Technology (Applied) ** ATB Wireless Communications

* All AS degree and certificate programs that are marked with an asterisk (*) are limited access programs. A separate application must be filed with the respective department for these programs. (Admission to the College does not guarantee admission to these programs.) ** No high school diploma required for these programs. ATB – Ability to Benefit programs are programs that do not require a standard high school diploma, but do require that you achieve a minimum score to meet financial aid guidelines and minimum scores to meet program eligibility.


College of Business Administration Accounting Technology (AS) Business Administration (AS) Culinary Management (AS) Hospitality Management (AS) Office Administration (AS) Office Administration (Medical Transcription Option) (AS) Paralegal Studies (Legal Assisting) (AS)

2 Years Associate Degrees Associate of Arts The State College Guarantee

The Associate of Arts is a two-year program designed for students who wish to pursue a four-year degree at Daytona State or another college or university. Courses in the AA advising tracks are designed to meet standard university requirements, but this may vary by institution, so students should research the upper division institution they plan to attend. Students who earn an AA degree at Daytona State College are guaranteed admission as juniors to Florida public universities.

Associate of Science

The Associate of Science is a two-year program that prepares students for careers which require specialized college-level training. More than 94 percent of our AS degree graduates work in their chosen field. Graduates are prepared for immediate entry into occupations or for transfer into our BAS or BSET programs.

2+2 = Associate and Bachelor’s Degrees at Daytona State College

Earn your Associate degree from Daytona State College and apply for admission to the Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management program, the Bachelor of Science in Education program, or the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology program. Consult an academic advisor for the associate degree that will meet your needs.

College of Arts, Music and Science Advertising/Public Relations Agriculture Architecture (Pre-) Art (Fine Arts) Astronomy Athletic Training/Sports Medicine Behavioral and Human Sciences - General Biology (Botany, Microbiology, Zoology) Chemistry Clinical/Counseling Communications - General Computer Science Criminal Justice (Criminology) Developmental Psychology Dietetics/Nutrition Digital Media (Animation) Economics and Business - General (Accounting, Economics, Finance, General Business, Management, Marketing) Education - Transfer, General Elementary Education Engineering English Environmental Science Environmental Science Technology (AS) Exceptional Education Foreign Languages Forensic Science Forestry and Conservation Geography Historical, Political and Global - General History Humanities and Arts – General International Relations Journalism Legal Studies Liberal Arts Marine Biology Marine Science Marriage and Family (Relational) (Behavioral & Human Sciences) Math/Statistics Mathematics and Technology - General Meteorology Music Production Technology .(Audio/Recording) (AS) Performing Arts (Acting/Theatre, Dance, Music) Pharmacy (Pre-) Philosophy Photographic Technology (AS) Photography Political Science Pre-Bachelors of Science Nursing

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2 Years

Associate Degrees continued

College of Arts, Music and Science (Continued) Pre-Law Pre-Professional (Chiropractic (Pre-), Dentist (Pre-), Medicine (Pre-), Physical Therapy (Pre-), Veterinarian (Pre-)) Psychology Public Service - General Radiology (Pre-) Religion Science - General Secondary Biology Education Secondary Earth/Space Science Education Secondary Math Education Social Psychology Social Work Sociology Television/Radio Broadcasting Undecided

College of Health, Human and Public Services Criminal Justice Technology Bridge (AS) Dental Hygiene (AS) * Early Childhood Education (AS) Emergency Medical Services (AS) * Fire Science Technology (AS) Health Information Management (AS) * Human Services (Addictions Specialization) (AS) Nursing (AS) * Nursing (Transition into Profession) (AS) * Occupational Therapy Assistant (AS) * Physical Therapist Assistant (AS) * Radiography (AS)* Respiratory Care (AS)* Veterinary Technology (Distance Education Program) (AS)

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College of Engineering Technology and Occupational Programs Architectural and Building Technology (AS) Computer Engineering Technology (AS) Computer Information Technology (AS) Computer Programming and Analysis (Software Engineering Technology) (AS) Drafting and Design Technology (CAD) (AS) Electronics Engineering Technology (AS) Industrial Management Technology (AS) Interior Design Technology (AS) Internet Services Technology (AS) Networking Services Technology (AS) Simulation and Robotics Technology (AS)


4 Years Bachelor’s Degrees

Our quality and excellence is proven through the performance of our graduates. Those who take the first two years of their study here and then transfer as juniors have traditionally earned better grades than students who started at the universities. In fact, at least 83 percent of our transfer students maintain a grade point average of 2.5 or better.

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology degree is designed for students who have an associate degree and are interested in the application and implementation of engineering principles. It prepares graduates for the practice of engineering closest to the product improvement, manufacturing and engineering operational functions. In addition to the standalone BSET degree, students may choose a concentration in Information Systems Technology or Electrical Engineering Technology. Applications are accepted year-round. Students may start the program during any semester of the academic year. Admission to the program is open to all applicants who meet the admissions requirements.

The Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management The Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management prepares individuals for supervisory and management roles and positions. The BAS degree program is designed to provide a career ladder for students who have already completed an associate degree and who wish to continue their education at the bachelor’s degree level. The program is designed to provide a flexible schedule to meet the needs of the non-traditional students in the community; it features a combination of traditional, online, half online/half face-to-face and hybrid courses. Applications are accepted year-round and students may start the program during any semester of the academic year. Admission to the program is open to all applicants who meet the admissions requirements. This program is available entirely online.

College of Business Administration Supervision and Management (BAS)

College of Education

Elementary Education (K-6) (BS) Exceptional Education (K-12) (BS) Secondary Biology Education (6-12) (BS) Secondary Earth/Space Science Education (6-12) (BS) Secondary Mathematics Education (6-12) (BS)

The Bachelor of Science in Education Students who have an Associate of Arts degree can earn an affordable, high-quality Bachelor of Science in Education degree in one of the following five programs: • Elementary Education; • Exceptional Student Education; • Secondary Mathematics Education; • Secondary Biology Education; or • Secondary Earth/Space Science Education. The BS in Education programs are stateapproved and fulfill the education courses, professional education competencies and practical experience required to obtain a five-year Florida Professional Educator’s Certificate. Each program includes state endorsements for Reading and ESOL. Applications are accepted year-round and students may start the program during any semester of the academic year. Admission to the Bachelor of Education degree programs is open to all applicants who meet the admissions requirements.

College of Engineering Technology and Occupational Programs Engineering Technology (BS) Engineering Technology – Electrical Engineering Technology Concentration (BS) Engineering Technology – Information Systems Technology Concentration (BS)

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More Options

Honors College

The Honors College offers enriching and stimulating courses that are designed to encourage critical thinking, broaden students’ education and examine perspectives of different disciplines. In addition, the Honors College supports formal undergraduate research, academic scholarships, and a variety of academic and social activities for enrolled students.

Learning Communities

QUANTA is a team-taught, interdisciplinary learning community serving our freshmen since 1983. Students take a block of three courses that are integrated around a common theme. An alternative to traditional college classes, QUANTA emphasizes collaborative teaching and learning. 7

Florida Online

Your classroom can be wherever you are! Through the Florida Online system, students may earn degrees and certificates with few or no campus visits required. Currently, students may obtain an AA, BAS, or BSET degree online. Totally online courses are conducted via the Internet, with instructor contact made through e-mails, discussions, chat sessions, and other communication technologies. Florida Online also offers courses that are partially online. These are courses that require both online sessions and campus visits. Time on campus varies from 25 to 75 percent of the total course hours.

Dual Enrollment

If you are a local high school student looking to get a jumpstart on your college education, then Daytona State College’s Dual Enrollment program may be right for you. Dual Enrollment is an accelerated program that allows high school students to simultaneously earn credit toward high school completion and college credit toward a certificate or an associate degree.


We’ve Got Your Back Student Support Services Daytona State College makes it easy to attend class and achieve your goals by giving you help when you need it. Think of it as a team of higher education professionals with a common goal: your success. Academic Advising

Academic Advising is available on all campuses and provides assistance to all students – new and continuing – all the way to graduation. We recommend that you see an academic advisor after receiving scores from a placement test such as the PERT, CPT, TABE, SAT, or ACT. The advisors will use this information to help you find the classes that are most appropriate for you in your program of study.

In Academic Advising, you will receive a general overview of the process of course selection and registration, an explanation of test scores and/or course placement, information about program and course requirements, as well as recommendations for classes. In addition, academic advisors will explain your student rights and responsibilities, demonstrate FalconNet and Online Student Services, and help you find resources that can help with specific academic questions or issues.

Faculty Advising

Faculty advisors are Daytona State faculty who are assigned to students based on their major or program of study and provide guidance related to course information and program completion. Your faculty advisor will have real-world knowledge about life after graduation based on your program of study. Your faculty advisor will be able to help you determine if you are on track for your program and can help you find the resources you need to be successful. Faculty Advising offers a one-on-one relationship with a faculty member who has a personal interest in your success.

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Student Support Services continued

Career and Personal Counseling

Our career advisors can help you prepare for job interviews, or identify areas of interest through computer-aided research of career information and outlooks, as well as potential salaries.

The Academic Support Center

The Academic Support Center provides college-wide learning assistance and support to students enrolled in Daytona State College classes. ASC services are designed to help students develop the educational skills and strategies essential for academic achievement while supporting the faculty through the delivery of instruction and supplemental learning resources critical to their curricula. The Center welcomes all students and offers a variety of programs and services to maximize academic success. In addition to technology mediated learning, the ASC offers peer and professional tutoring, online tutoring and supplemental instruction. Available on all campuses, each center is a multimedia facility that is designed 9

to supplement classroom teaching and learning activities. Together, the faculty and staff of the Academic Support Center are committed to enhancing your success as a student.

Library Services

The Daytona Beach Campus Library and DeLand Campus Library provide a wide range of resources and services, including print and non-print collections, access to extensive electronic databases, and professional reference and research assistance. Our library networks with other state and national libraries to obtain the information you need when you need it, 24/7. The Daytona Beach Campus Library supports all of Daytona State’s upper level baccalaureate programs, as well as the upper level and graduate programs of partnership colleges and universities, including the University of Central Florida. It also hosts an Academic Support Center. All Daytona State students have access to the computer labs in our libraries, which provide access to academic software, word processing and spreadsheet applications, as well as the Internet.

College Writing Center

When you visit the College Writing Center, you’ll get highly individualized assistance with your writing on any subject and at any stage in the writing process. Whether it’s for a course, personal project, resumé, or scholarship essay, we’ll listen to your needs and help you find and further develop your strengths as a writer. This free service is offered to all Daytona State College students.


Student Disability Services

The mission of SDS is to provide students who have disabilities with equal access and equal opportunity to Daytona State College classes, educational programs and activities. SDS advisors work directly with students on an individualized basis to determine the appropriate accommodations and support services that each student is eligible to receive. Students should contact SDS prior to enrollment to arrange for any accommodations. Services include: • Readers, note takers, scribes and sign language interpreters; • Letters that authorize faculty to accommodate students; • Alternative testing accommodations; • An SDS Center with assistive computers and private testing rooms; • Assistive computer software on all Daytona State College campuses; • Individualized academic advising; • Specialized career planning; • Information and referral for other support services; and • One-on-one tutoring under extraordinary circumstances.

Women’s Center

The Women’s Center provides selfesteem building seminars, networking opportunities, group and individual counseling, job readiness activities and family involvement and support services. Referrals to lawyers, physicians and emergency service providers are also available. Qualified program participants may be eligible to receive financial assistance with tuition, books, uniforms or child care. Women’s Center programs include the following:

Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS)

CCAMPIS is available for low-income Pell-eligible students living in Volusia and Flagler counties who plan to enroll or are attending classes at the College. The program helps alleviate the cost of child care for students who are furthering their educational goals.

Fresh Start

Fresh Start is a program for women in transition who are changing roles from homemaker to student or working individual. This program provides assistance such as academic training and motivational support to help increase your self-confidence.

Fresh Start for Men

Similar to the original Fresh Start program, this program provides support and practical tools to empower men as they discover transferable skills that can be applied to educational and career goals.

New Directions

The New Directions program is designed to help women and men gain marketable skills and attain economic self-sufficiency through high-wage vocational training. Single parents, displaced homemakers and non-traditional students are eligible to apply.

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The Affordable Choice You don’t need to spend a lot of money to get the quality education you deserve. Daytona State College offers one of the best education values in the country – unsurpassed academics at an exceptionally low cost. Most students calculate the cost of a college education by the amount of tuition and fees charged, plus the cost of books and supplies. It’s easy to see why attending Daytona State is such a smart, affordable choice.

Fla. Private University

Fla. Public University

Cost per credit hour (associate level) – Florida resident

$1,280

$190

Cost per year (30 credits, associate level) – Florida resident

$38,400

$5,700

Cost for a 4-year bachelor’s degree

$153,600

Daytona State College**

$103 $3,075

$22,800

$12,968

* These costs are estimated based on current information on university websites. ** Rates for the 2011-2012 academic year.

How to Get Financial Aid

The Daytona State College Financial Aid Office can help you find ways to finance your educational expenses through federal, state and institutional sources sucha as grants, scholarships, loans and work-study. Applying for financial aid is not as complicated as you may think! Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and indicate that you are planning to attend Daytona State College. Our Title IV School Code 11

is 001475. This application is required to determine eligibility for all sources of federal financial aid. Please access FAFSA on the Web at http://www.fafsa.gov to complete your application. FAFSA worksheets are available in the Financial Aid Services Office on all campuses. Financial aid specialists are available to provide individual financial aid advising and counseling, including assistance with the following: • Completing the Free Application for

Federal Student Aid; • Answering all questions regarding eligibility; • Submission of corrections to the Student Aid Report; • Completing the Direct Loan Master Promissory Note; • Loan entrance and exit counseling; • Distribution of financial aid materials including FAFSA, Direct Loan Master Promissory Note and consumer information; and • Web page access to financial aid information and to student awards.


Foundation Scholarships

Hundreds of private scholarships are available each semester from the Daytona State College Foundation. These scholarships are based on need, academic merit or other criteria. Students may see available scholarships and apply online at www.daytonastate.edu/scholarships. In addition to scholarships, the Foundation may assist students with emergency grants or loans.

Veterans Affairs

The Veterans Affairs Office provides assistance and information to students regarding veteran entitlements, certification and education benefits, such as the GI Bill. Services also include applying for VA benefits, certifying enrollment at Daytona State College, issuing tuition deferments, and the VA work-study program.

Now Enroll! It’s quick, it’s easy and if you follow these eight simple steps, you’ll be enrolled in classes and ready to go! 1. Apply for Admission

Complete an application for admission on campus in Admissions or anywhere you have Internet access at www.DaytonaState.edu. Request to have your high school or GED transcripts and college transcripts, if any, forwarded to Daytona State College.

2. Apply for Financial Aid

Students should apply for financial aid as soon as possible. Financial Aid is available to students enrolled in an eligible program to assist in meeting educational expenses. Applicants should complete the FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov to determine eligibility. Processing time is 4-6 weeks. Daytona State College scholarships are also available with an online application at www.DaytonaState.edu/scholarships.

3. Placement Testing

Fulfill placement requirements by taking the PERT for college credit programs or the TABE for vocational credit programs. If you have previous coursework or have taken the CPT, SAT, ACT, AP or IB, please submit official records to Admissions to possibly waive the testing requirement.

4. Academic Advising

Meet with an academic advisor to interpret your placement test scores and discuss program requirements. We recommend meeting with an advisor prior to registering for the first time. Students are also encouraged to register with Career Services at this time.

5. Orientation

Conveniently complete the orientation requirement via FalconNet Online Services at www.DaytonaState.edu. This requires your Login and Personal Identification Number (PIN).

7. Pay for Classes

Pay for your classes either online via your FalconNet Online Services or in person at the Office of Student Accounts at any campus. REMEMBER – you are not officially registered until you have paid in full.

8. Get Your Student I.D., Parking Decal and Books

It’s just that simple!

6. Registration

Perform a course search at www.DaytonaState.edu and then register online via your FalconNet Online Services (Requires Login and PIN) or at any campus Falcon Center. Remember to print your schedule and fee statement to review your bill due date after registering.

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College Life Just because you’re serious about your future doesn’t mean you can’t be serious about having fun getting there. Daytona State College has more than 40 clubs and organizations, five NJCAA athletic teams, world-class entertainment venues and museums, and unique facilities containing everything from fine dining to cosmetology. Create friendships, experience culture, arts, even high cuisine, and develop valuable leadership and organizational skills that will serve you the rest of your life. 13


Clubs & Activities Student Activities

Meet other students who share common interests by taking advantage of programs such as leadership workshops and retreats, entertainment events and lectures. Earn scholarships by taking on leadership roles in various student clubs and organizations. Find out about graduation ceremonies, off-campus housing, and student clubs and organizations, or enjoy a game of pingpong or foosball between classes.

Student Clubs

Our student clubs fit a wide range of interests, for example: Student Government Association American Medical Student Association Falcons Cheerleading Club Surf Club Florida Nursing Association Bachelor of Applied Science Club Dance Club Swim Club Global Friends – International Student Organization Sigma Beta Delta – International Honor Society for Business,, Management and Administration Phi Theta Kappa Soccer Club Student Support Services Club There are many more clubs and organizations at the college. Visit http://www.daytonastate.edu/student_act/clubsandorganizations.html for a full listing or stop by the Student Center on the Daytona Beach Campus.

Intramural Sports

A wide variety of intramural activities are scheduled throughout the semester, from flag football, basketball and soccer teams to pingpong, open gym basketball and foosball. Events are posted on the Daytona State College website as well as on flyers and posters that are found around campus. Flag football and soccer are also available on our DeLand Campus.

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Culture &

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The Arts

News-Journal Center

Daytona State College provides a wide range of cultural programs including dance, drama, instrumental music, and choral/vocal music. Performanceoriented classes are offered in all the disciplines, and ensembles and private lessons are provided. Auditions for the concert choir, the show choir, plays, dance and instrumental music ensembles are posted throughout the year. Substantial scholarship support is available to assist students who perform on stage, backstage and in the classroom. There is a full schedule of programming for the fall and spring semesters of the Daytona State College Symphonic Band, Civic Orchestra and Choral Concerts, plays (dramatic and musical) and dance productions. Admission is free for students at most events when you present your Daytona State College ID card. Events are held on campus and at the News-Journal Center.

Daytona State College is committed to providing our community with highquality entertainment and educational experiences in this unique downtown venue. Many performances by our talented student and faculty artists are hosted in the News-Journal Center. In addition, students in our Music Production Technology program enjoy working with award-winning faculty and high-profile guest speakers at this hands-on, state-of-the-art recording facility.


Entertainment

Southeast Museum of Photography The Southeast Museum of Photography is among America’s premiere museums devoted entirely to photography. It presents more than 12 exhibitions annually, which are organized around interdisciplinary themes. SMP is very involved with academic and community programs at the College, as the museum’s education division produces academic support materials for a wide range of college and high school classes in conjunction with each new series of exhibitions. Since its opening in April 1992, the museum has mounted more than 300 exhibitions and produced more

than 40 catalogs and publications. Each semester, the museum presents films, lectures, seminars, workshops, professional classes and talks. Public programs feature internationally known photographers, critics, writers and scholars. The museum offers Daytona State students extensive opportunities for internships and professional training, as well as paid and volunteer employment. Students can gain career experience as student assistants, interns, volunteer gallery guides and tour docents. Many of the museum’s former student workers are now employed in museums and galleries around the world. More information www.smponline.org.

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Cuisine & Beauty

Café 101

Cosmetology Training Salon

When you step into Café 101, you enter an environment that rivals some of the finest dining establishments in Central Florida. A peaceful, comforting atmosphere combines with the aromas of gourmet delights ranging from panseared salmon with citrus brown butter and gratin potatoes, warm duck confit and feta cheese salad with roasted beet vinaigrette, roast pork with saffron and peas, and freshly baked desserts such as crème brûlée and chocolate tarts.

Daytona State College offers a state-ofthe art Cosmetology training salon on both the Daytona Beach and Deltona campuses. Open to the public, all work is performed by students under the supervision of a licensed cosmetology instructor.

The only difference is that Café 101 is a teaching café and kitchen entirely operated by Daytona State College students, who are gaining hands-on experience in an actual restaurant setting. Café 101 cuisine is directly tied into what is being taught in the classroom during a given period and students prepare the gourmet delights from scratch under the watchful eye of our chef instructors.

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Café 101 is open five days a week for lunch. Dinners on Wednesday evenings offer tasteful culinary delights.

Our curriculum incorporates the industry’s most advanced training in cosmetic chemistry, hair styling, salon management and more. In this unique salon, students show off their techniques for cutting, styling, creative hair coloring, skin care treatment and more.


Fitness

Have fun and get fit

Improve your mind, body and spirit at the L. Gale Lemerand Health, Wellness and Education Center. The Center houses the Lemerand Aquatic and Fitness Centers, both of which are available to currently enrolled students for a nominal fee. In addition to the aquatic and fitness centers, the Lemerand Center also is home to the Falcons’ 1,000-seat gymnasium.

Fitness Center

A 5,500-square-foot center equipped with state-of-the-art weight training and aerobic equipment including: • 19-piece resistance training circuit • 3.2 tons of free weights • 31-piece aerobic arena featuring stair climbers, elliptical trainers, treadmills, spinning bikes, recumbent and stationary bikes, rowing machines, Airdynes and exercise equipment for the physically challenged • Fitness evaluations • Group exercise classes such as Sculpt & Tone, Cardio Cross Training and Yoga

Aquatic Center

• 25-yard by 25-meter competitive pool • Humidity and climate controlled environment • Operated year-round with a certified lifeguard on duty at all times • Completely handicap accessible • Designed to accommodate instructional, recreational and competitive aquatic activities • Lap swimming is always available

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Falcon Championship & Scholarship During the past four years the Daytona State College athletic teams have won eight combined state academic titles. Daytona State College’s NJCAA Division I varsity athletic program includes men’s basketball and baseball, men’s and women’s swimming & diving, and women’s basketball, golf and fast-pitch softball. If you compare our facilities to other state colleges around the country, you will find that we have some of the best athletic, wellness and training resources available. The College provides its students with an all around sports complex including the L. Gale Lemerand Health, Wellness and Community Education Center, indoor pool with diving boards, two top-notch playing fields and a field house. The coaches and staff are as committed to excellence in the classroom as they are to winning in the pool, on the court, field or golf course.

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Athletics Recent Academic Honors • FCCAA Men’s Academic Team of the Year – Men’s Baseball, 2006 - 2007, (3.49 GPA) • NJCAA Baseball National Academic Team of the Year, 2006 - 2007, (3.49 GPA) • FCCAA Men’s Academic Team of the Year – Men’s Baseball, 2007 - 2008, (3.53 GPA) • NJCAA Baseball National Academic Team of the Year, 2007 - 2008, (3.53 GPA) • FCCAA Men’s Academic Team of the Year – Men’s Baseball, 2008 - 2009, (3.58 GPA) • NJCAA Baseball National Academic Team of the Year, 2008 - 2009, (3.58 GPA) • FCCAA Men’s Academic Team of the Year – Men’s Baseball, 2009 - 2010, (3.57 GPA) • NJCAA Baseball National Academic Team of the Year, 2009 - 2010, (3.57 GPA)

Recent Athletic Honors • Women’s Golf – 2010 NJCAA National Champions • Men’s Swimming & Diving – 2010 NJCAA National Championships - Runner-Up • Women’s Swimming & Diving – 2010 NJCAA National Championships - 3rd Place • Men’s Basketball – FCCAA State Tournament participant; MFC Champions • Women’s Basketball – FCCAA State Tournament participant • Women’s Softball – FCCAA State Tournament participant

Other Falcon Athletics News • The entire student-athlete cohort combined for a 2.96 grade point average during the 2009/10 academic year. • Fifty-nine student-athletes earned Academic All-Conference honors (3.0+ GPA’s). • Forty-eight student-athletes earned Academic All-State honors (3.3+ GPA’s). • Twelve student-athletes earned NJCAA Academic All-American honors (3.6+ GPA’s). • Seven student-athletes earned NJCAA Distinguished Academic All-American honors (3.8+ GPA’s). • For the fourth consecutive year the men’s baseball team earned the NJCAA Academic Team-of-the-Year award for posting the nations best cumulative GPA (3.57). • For the fourth consecutive year a Daytona State College women’s team earned the FCCAA female academic Team-of-the-Year award, with the softball team posting the state’s best team cumulative GPA (3.17).

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Fast Facts College History Founded: 1957 – Florida’s first comprehensive community college. Location: Six campuses located throughout Volusia and Flagler counties – Daytona Beach, DeLand, Deltona, Flagler/Palm Coast and New Smyrna Beach-Edgewater. Enrollment: 36,000+ annually from more than 40 countries. Classes: Day, night, online – flexible to your needs. Average Class Size: 29 – ensures personalized attention. Entertainment: • Just minutes from the World’s Most Famous Beach • Home to the world-famous “Daytona 500...the Great American Race” • Fishing, golf, magnificent parks, marine and wildlife preserves • Headquarters of the Ladies Professional Golf Association and the U.S. Tennis Association • Winter refuge of the Florida manatee

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Throughout its history, the College has fostered a tradition of excellence in academics and service to a growing community. Daytona State now serves more than 36,000 students annually. 1957 – Florida Legislature authorized Daytona Beach Junior College as the state’s first comprehensive community college with three divisions: college credit, adult education and the Mary Karl Vocational School under the Volusia County School System. 1965 – Volusia County Community College, a separate entity under the school system, merged with DBJC. 1968 – The state Legislature combined the divisions into a single administrative unit under a District Board of Trustees independent of the county school system. 1971 – The official name of the College was changed from Daytona Beach Junior College to Daytona Beach Community College.

2006 – The College was authorized to begin offering its first bachelor’s degree - the Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management. 2008 – The College joined eight other schools selected to be part of Florida’s first state college pilot project and authorized to award bachelor’s degrees. The District Board of Trustees and the state of Florida subsequently approved the institution’s request to change its name to Daytona State College, assuring baccalaureate degree graduates that their diplomas and transcripts reflect their achievement of obtaining a fouryear degree. 2009 – The College started five specialized bachelor’s degrees in Education. 2010 – Daytona State College was approved to offer a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology degree. Over the years, the College has evolved from a small campus into an academically superior multi-campus institution providing educational and cultural programs for the citizens of Volusia and Flagler counties. Daytona State College continues its commitment to progress and support of the communities it serves.


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DeLand Campus

Flagler/Palm Coast Campus

1770 Technology Blvd.

1155 County Road 4139

3000 Palm Coast Parkway SE

Daytona Beach, FL 32124

DeLand, FL 32724

Palm Coast, FL 32137

(386) 506-4100

(386) 785-2000

(386) 246-4800

Daytona Beach Campus

Deltona Campus

1200 W. International Speedway Blvd.

2351 Providence Blvd.

New Smyrna Beach-Edgewater Campus

Daytona Beach, FL 32114

Deltona, FL 32725

940 Tenth St.

(386) 506-3000

(386) 789-7300

New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168 (386) 423-6300

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Daytona State College assures equal opportunity in employment and education services to all individuals without regard to race, sex, color, age, religion, disability, national origin, political affiliation or belief, or marital status. Daytona State is accredited by the Commission on Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097: Telephone number (404) 679-4500, website: www.sacscoc.org) to award two-year associate of arts, associate of science degrees, bachelor of applied science in supervision and management, a bachelor of science in education degree, and a bachelor of science in engineering technology degree.


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