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LET’S gET PERSONAL Ask any of our students or alumni why they chose Daytona State College and they’ll probably tell you how it was just what they needed, wherever they were in life.

Close to home, affordable, convenient, great programs, top-notch faculty, lots of academic support and fun things to do on campus. Those are just some of the reasons you’ll hear. Bottom line, students choose Daytona State because it’s a good fit, and a smart one at that. When you enroll at DSC, we’ll help you create a personalized academic plan that’s perfect for you, one that starts you off with a great foundation and allows you to grow on your journey toward program completion.

Value you can count on Daytona State tuition is less than half the national average for public 4-year colleges and universities.

56% LESS

Daytona State College is one of America’s best values in education. Whether you’re going for your 2-year degree, stepping up for a bachelor’s or training to advance your career, get the quality education you deserve at an exceptionally low cost. Find out more on page 22.

Daytona State National Average Tuition Tuition


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Being serious about your future should also mean being serious about having fun along the way. Your Daytona State education can go well beyond your coursework. Through our many student clubs and activities, you can develop your talents and explore new passions while creating unique opportunities for friendship, learning and leadership. Become a part of our active Student Government Association, or join one of the clubs related to your academic discipline. Show your talent in a stage play or on an intramural sports team. See the world with classmates on a study abroad excursion, or write for our award-winning student newspaper, InMotion. The diverse student activities at DSC offer experiences you will draw on and cherish for years to come. There’s a club to match every interest the only question is, which will you choose?

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STARTING MY FUTURE

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Get from start to finish, your way. With over 100 programs to choose, we have one that's right for you. Each is designed to help you move ahead on your career pathway with flexible opportunities for employment.

1Year or less

Certificate Programs

Get started on a new career with specialized training that you can finish in one year or less. Our certificate programs can help you gain entry-level employment in a wide variety of fields. Certificate (college credit) and applied technology diploma credits also can go toward an associate of science (AS) degree as you continue your path to greater opportunity.

2 Years

Associate Degrees

For many of our students, their Daytona State College experience takes them on a pathway. Some start with a certificate that will prepare them for entry into their field of interest. From that waypoint, they move on to an associate of science degree that offers them advanced study and opportunity for career enhancement. Others continue after earning their AS or AA degree, transferring into one of our 11 bachelor’s degree programs in supervision and management, engineering and information technology, education or nursing.

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Bachelor’s Degrees

Our bachelor’s degrees are developed under a 2+2 model. That means you earn your associate degree first, then transition into upper-level baccalaureate studies during your junior and senior years. Many of our bachelor’s degree students take advantage of internships and cooperative education opportunities while in school. It’s why a majority of our four-year graduates land jobs in their field within three months of earning their degrees. They’re able to hit the ground running and perform on the job right away.

ApplyToday! Call our Admissions office, (386) 506-3059, or visit DaytonaState.edu. To arrange a tour, call (386) 506-4471.

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Your pathway to university studies Start at DSC, save time and money, then transfer beyond.

Associate of Arts University Transfer

Thousands of students who want to earn a bachelor’s degree at DSC or a university earn their two-year Associate of Arts (AA) degree first, right here, close to home. We will help you research the university you plan to attend to ensure your DSC classes fit your intended fouryear degree. Earning your AA degree at DSC saves you thousands in tuition and guarantees you’ll be admitted as a junior to Florida’s public universities.

Daytona State AA and select AS degree program students have a clear path to transfer to the University of Central Florida through the nationally recognized DirectConnect to UCF program. DirectConnect guarantees admission to UCF for AA graduates and so much more. We’ve teamed up to add touch points that will follow you from your freshman year at DSC through your senior year at UCF to ensure you stay on a path toward success. Along with personalized advising and workshops on academic planning and financial literacy, we’ll help you explore career options and choose a major early in your college studies. It all makes for a smooth transfer to UCF to complete your bachelor’s degree, saving you big on tuition costs.

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Pranav Reddy

Class of 2015, AA University Transfer degree “When you’re in the honors college, you become really close and you work hard every day toward a common goal – graduation with an honors degree. Faculty are inspirational. It all prepared me to transfer to the University of Florida to pursue my bachelor’s degree in political science.”

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First, choose your program Check out the full program listings on these pages, find one that’s right for you, and we’ll help you customize your career pathway.

1 year or less For individuals who have already completed a degree (at least an associate degree) and are seeking advanced, specialized preparation in a particular career field to supplement their degree. Construction and Design Cybersecurity and Cyberforensics Project Management Web Systems Software Development

Certificates and Applied Technology Diplomas

Credits earned in these programs can be applied toward appropriate AS degrees.

AS CERTIFICATE (COLLEGE CREDIT) PROGRAMS Accounting Technology Management Accounting Technology Operations – Tax Preparation Advanced Network Infrastructure Applied Technology Specialist Audio/Recording Technology AutoCAD Foundations (Architectural) AutoCAD Foundations (Engineering) Broadcast Television Production Business Management Business Operations - Entrepreneurship Cable Installation Computer-Aided Design and Drafting Computer Programming Culinary Arts Drafting and Design Technology Electronics Aide Engineering Technology Support Specialist Information Technology Administration Information Technology Analysis Information Technology Support Specialist Interior Design Technology - Kitchen and Bath Specialization Marketing, Sales and Service - Entrepreneurship Medical Information Coder/Biller Microcomputer Repairer/Installer Network Communications (LAN) Network Communications (WAN) Network Infrastructure Network Server Administration Network Support Technician Office Management Office Management - Medical Option Office Support (Technical Certificate) Paramedic Social and Human Services (Addictions Specialization)

Television Studio Production Web Development Specialist Wireless Communications

APPLIED TECHNOLOGY DIPLOMAS Emergency Medical Technician Medical Record Transcribing

CAREER CERTIFICATE (VOCATIONAL CREDIT) PROGRAMS Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Mechanic Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Technology Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing Automotive Service Technology Baking and Pastry Barbering Building Trades and Construction Technology Correctional Officer Recruit Training Cosmetology Customer Service Representative Dental Assisting Firefighter Florida Law Enforcement Academy Hospitality Beverage Science (Pending SACSCOC approval spring 2018) Machining Massage Therapy Medical Assisting Nursing Assistant (Long -Term Care) Phlebotomy Practical Nursing Surgical Technology Transit Technician I Transit Technician II Transit Technician III Welding Technology (Applied)

1 year plus

Advanced Technical Certificates

Apprenticeship Programs Early Childhood Education Apprentice Electrical Apprentice – Non-Union Electrical Apprentice – Union Plumbers Apprentice – Union

For additional program-specific information, please refer to the College Catalog at DaytonaState.edu/catalog and click on “Program Guides.”


2 years Associate of Arts

Prepare for immediate entry into occupations. All general education courses are transferable to the Florida State University System.

Health Information Technology Nursing (Associate Degree) Nursing (Transition Into Profession) Occupational Therapy Assistant Physical Therapist Assistant Radiography Respiratory Care Social and Human Services (Addictions Specialization)

Agriscience & Natural Resources

Music, Entertainment and Art

(Transfer Degree)

Associate of Science Degrees

Environmental Science Technology

Business Accounting Technology Broadcast Television Production Business Administration Culinary Management Hospitality Management Office Administration (Medical Systems Option) Office Administration Paralegal Studies (Legal Assisting)

Health Careers & Public Services Criminal Justice Technology Bridge Dental Hygiene Early Childhood Education Emergency Medical Services Fire Science Technology

Interactive Media Production Music Production Technology (Audio/Recording) Photographic Technology

Technical & Industrial Architectural and Building Technology Computer Engineering Technology Computer Information Technology Computer Programming and Analysis (Software Engineering Technology) Drafting and Design Technology (CAD) Electronics Engineering Technology Engineering Technology Industrial Management Technology Interior Design Technology Internet Services Technology Network Systems Technology Simulation and Robotics Technology

4 years Baccalaureate Degrees Bachelor of Science in Education Elementary Education Exceptional Student Education Secondary Mathematics Education Secondary Biology Education Secondary Earth/Space Science Education Secondary Chemistry Education Secondary Physics Education Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology Electrical Engineering Technology Concentration Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Bachelor of Science in Nursing Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management Concentrations in: Accounting/Finance Entrepreneurship Hospitality Legal Management Marketing/Sales Project Management Television Studio Production 10


Now, plan your pathway Our program pathways get you from Certificate to Bachelor’s Degree, and even prepare you for more! Check out the following 4 example pathways, and view the full listing at DaytonaState.edu/viewbook.

Sample Pathway 1: Business Career ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE

CERTIFICATE POTENTIAL JOBS Business Operations – Entrepreneurship or Business Management

Owner/Operator, Administrative Manager, Production Manager

$1,392,846

in scholarships awarded in 2016 Daytona State College awarded nearly $1.4 Million in scholarships to nearly 1,200 students in 2016

For a full listing of DSC program pathways, visit DaytonaState.edu/viewbook.

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AVERAGE STARTING SALARY

$25,000

POTENTIAL JOBS Business Administration

Administrative Manager, Owner/ Operator, Production Manager, Office Manager, Buyer, Front-Line Supervisor, Sales Representative/ Manager

AVERAGE STARTING SALARY

$35,000


BACHELOR’S DEGREE POTENTIAL JOBS Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management

Account Manager, Administrative Manager, Business Analyst, Budget Manager, Human Resource Manager, Owner/Operator, Production Supervisor, Training and Development Manager

AVERAGE STARTING SALARY

$46,000

Kim Grippa, J.D.

Chair, School of Business Administration “Daytona State College provides an opportunity to realize what for many students was previously unimagined educational and career success. Seeing people transform from apprehensive and anxious students to confident and successful graduates is my greatest reward.”

See videoclip, DaytonaState.edu/viewbook

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Sample Pathway 2: Technology Career CERTIFICATE POTENTIAL JOBS Computer Programming Programmer

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Average Class size DSC Student Average Age

26 27 40 College

Adult Education

Continuing Education

For a full listing of DSC program pathways, visit DaytonaState.edu/viewbook.

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ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE AVERAGE STARTING SALARY

$40,600

Computer Programming and Analysis (Software Engineering Technology)

POTENTIAL JOBS

AVERAGE STARTING SALARY

Software Developer

$55,000


BACHELOR’S DEGREE POTENTIAL JOBS Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Network/ Computer Systems Administrator, Database Administrator, Data Communication Analyst, Computer Specialist

AVERAGE STARTING SALARY

$70,903

Dr. Nabeel Yousef

Professor of Engineering Technology

See videoclip, DaytonaState.edu/viewbook

“At the Advanced Technology College, we provide a real-life experience for our students. We encourage them to see problems and think outside the box, with a lot of critical thinking, problem solving and brainstorming to reach a required solution. With their success comes our success.”

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Sample Pathway 3: Entertainment Career ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE

CERTIFICATE POTENTIAL JOBS Production Technician, Broadcast Technician, Sound Recording Engineer

Television Studio Production

Student Profile Female

Male 37%

63%

College Continuing 44% 56% Education Adult

56% Education

44%

For a full listing of DSC program pathways, visit DaytonaState.edu/viewbook.

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AVERAGE STARTING SALARY RANGE

$27,000$39,870

POTENTIAL JOBS Music Production Technology

Broadcast Technician, Recording Engineer, Audio and Video Technician, Event Booking and Promotion

AVERAGE STARTING SALARY RANGE

$35,000$40,000


DEGREE POTENTIAL JOBS Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management (focus on Audio/Recording Technology)

Technician, Mixer, Editor, Producer and Director, Technical Director/ Manager

AVERAGE STARTING SALARY RANGE

$46,000$71,000

Jamonté Bruten

Class of 2016, AA University Transfer, Musical Theater

See videoclip, DaytonaState.edu/viewbook

“The faculty at Daytona State care about the road I’m taking and how I’m taking it. The school has given me a chance to get settled in, to get myself together academically, to develop my craft as a performer and to be a better student.”

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Sample Pathway 4: Health Care Career CERTIFICATE POTENTIAL JOBS Practical Nursing

Licensed Practical Nurse

100,000 AND COUNTING

For a full listing of DSC program pathways, visit DaytonaState.edu/viewbook,

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ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE AVERAGE STARTING SALARY

$31,760

POTENTIAL JOBS Associate Degree in Nursing

Registered Nurse

AVERAGE STARTING SALARY

$45,000


BACHELOR’S DEGREE POTENTIAL JOBS Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Nurse, Nursing Supervisor, Nursing Administrator, Nursing Educator

AVERAGE STARTING SALARY

$62,000

Carlos Ardila

BSN, Class of 2015

See videoclip, DaytonaState.edu/viewbook

“After earning my Associate Degree in Nursing, I began working as a cardiac rehab nurse. But I wasn’t ready to stop there. When Daytona State began offering its Bachelor of Science in Nursing, I jumped at the opportunity. My goal is to continue my studies and eventually become a nurse practitioner.”

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R E T S A F E R E H T GET with OnTIME Finish plans

e m nTi At DSC, we know a thing or two about how to help our students stay on track. Our OnTime Finish plans give you a clear path to get the right classes and graduate on time with your associate of arts university transfer degree. You decide whether you want to complete your degree in two years or three, depending on your life circumstances, and we’ll help you make sure it happens.

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Max Swanton

Senior Learning Specialist, Academic Support Center

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“If I had one peice of advice for students, it's don't be afraid to ask questions. How do I get from here to here; here to there? We don't just have to help you with your math in the Academic Support Center. We can give you advice on how to get to where you want to be.�

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Michelle Goldys

Interim Director of Advising

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“It is essential for students to begin career planning from day one to make sure they get the funding available throughout their program. I’ll connect you with the right person on campus to facilitate a resolution for your concerns.”


Less dollars, more sense Get the quality education you deserve at an exceptionally low cost. The U.S. Department of Education ranks DSC among the most affordable public four-year institutions in the country.

Fla. Private University

Fla. Public University

Daytona State College

$102

Cost per credit hour (associate level) – Florida resident

$1,329

$212

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

$39,870

$6,360

$3,060

Cost for a 4-year bachelor’s degree

$159,480

$25,440

$13,320

These costs are estimated based on current information on university websites.

How to Get Financial Aid

Daytona State’s Financial Aid Office can help you find ways to finance your education through federal, state and institutional sources such 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 plan to attend Daytona State College.

Our Title IV School Code is 001475. This application is required to determine eligibility for all sources of federal financial aid. Please access FAFSA at fafsa.gov to complete your application. FAFSA worksheets are available in the Financial Aid Services Office on all campuses. Financial aid specialists can 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; • Web access to financial aid.

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. Foundation scholarships are awarded each semester. See what’s available and apply online, DaytonaState.edu/scholarships. 22


YOUR CLASSROOM IS WHEREVER YOU ARE Falcon Online Daytona State is a national leader in online program offerings. In fact, our online bachelor’s degrees in supervision and management, engineering technology and information technology have been rated among the nation’s best for five years running. More than 11,000 students enroll in an online course at DSC every year. Earn a degree or certificate with few or no campus visits required, including an online associate of arts university transfer degree. Online technical support is available 24/7.

Dr. Harold “Trey” Orndorff

Professor of Political Science, Social Media Expert See videoclip, DaytonaState.edu/viewbook

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“Research shows that the technology we use in the classroom allows students to connect with their professors and each other in different kinds of ways. All this leads to more student engagement, fewer barriers to education and increased student success.”


The competitive edge

Quanta-Honors College If you’re a highly motivated student who values academic achievement, Daytona State’s Quanta-Honors College may be the ticket for you. In the Quanta-Honors College, students take all their general education courses in learning community clusters that are integrated around a theme. The classes are challenging, but extensive support is available to help you do well. You will work in small groups and have plenty of time to discuss, explore new ideas and apply these ideas to real-world problems. Plus, the special honors designation on your associate degree will give you a competitive edge when you venture into the job market or transfer to a university to earn your bachelor’s degree.

Prof. Maggie Karda Chair, Quanta-Honors

“We’re looking for students who want to aim high, who are willing to take risks, who are curious, willing to speak up and who really want to learn.”

See videoclip, DaytonaState.edu/viewbook

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Daytona State College makes it easy to attend class and achieve your goals by giving you help when you need it. Think of us as a team of professionals with a common goal: your success.

Advising

Academic advisors are ready to help you from the day you first enroll in classes all the way to graduation. They’re here to ensure you choose the classes that are most appropriate for your intended major. They will help you stay on track and find the resources you need to be successful.

Counseling

Daytona State counselors are licensed and experienced mental health professionals who can provide confidential short-term counseling services to students and link them to local community mental health professionals for long-term counseling, treatment or therapeutic intervention.

The Academic Support Center

The Academic Support Center (ASC) provides college-wide learning support to all DSC students by helping them develop the educational skills and strategies that are essential for academic achievement. In addition to technologymediated learning and supplemental instruction, the ASC offers face-to-face or online peer and professional tutoring. These multimedia facilities are available on all campuses.

Library - Learning Commons

The Daytona Beach and DeLand Campus libraries 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. A Computing Commons on each of DSC’s five campuses provides access to academic software, word processing and spreadsheet applications, and the Internet.

DSC-UCF Writing Center

When you visit the DSC-UCF 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, resume, or scholarship essay, we’ll help you develop your strengths as a writer. This free service is offered to all Daytona State and UCF Daytona Beach Campus students.

Student Disability Services

Student Disability Services (SDS) provides students with disabilities equal access and equal opportunity to Daytona State classes, educational programs and activities. SDS advisors work with students individually to determine the appropriate accommodations and support services each student is eligible to receive. Contact SDS prior to enrollment to arrange for any accommodations.

Center for Women and Men

The Center for Women and Men provides self-esteem building seminars, networking opportunities, group and individual counseling, job-readiness activities and family involvement and support services. Through various programs, qualified students may be eligible to receive financial assistance with tuition, books, uniforms and child care. Here, you also will find assistance such as emergency bus passes, a clothes closet to help you look your best on job interviews, our new Grab and Go Food Pantry, a lending library and Fresh Start classes. The Center is an excellent resource for women and men to gain marketable skills and attain economic self-sufficiency through high-wage vocational training. Single parents, displaced homemakers and non-traditional students are encouraged to apply.


Ariel Kavanagh, 2015 DSC Bachelor’s Degree in Education DSC-UCF Former Writing Center Specialist, Elementary Teacher “Daytona State is about changing your life. It’s about being more than you were before. Lots of students face difficulty at one time or another during college. DSC can get you through.”

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Mark Swanson, 2011 DSC Bachelor’s Degree

Deputy Director, Volusia County Department of Public Protection

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“I have the best job in the world, with the best team of dedicated beach safety officers. Knowing I can count on Daytona State to prepare our officers with top-shelf training in safety, law enforcement and emergency medical care makes my job even better.”


GET YOU A JOB Daytona State offers you the tools you need to get that job and start your career.

Career Planning

Whether you know exactly the career you want to pursue upon graduation or just aren’t quite sure, Daytona State’s Career Services office can be a valuable resource for you. Meet employers at job fairs hosted throughout the year, and get help preparing for job interviews, or identifying areas of interest through computer-aided research of career information, outlooks and potential salaries. Indeed, you’ll want to visit this place often. • Graduates of Daytona State’s associate of science degrees enjoy a near 90% placement rate overall and earn an average annual salary of $42,180. • Graduates of Daytona State’s one-year or less certificate programs enjoy a near 80% placement rate and earn an average annual salary of $34,008. • Nearly 80% of DSC Bachelor of Science in Supervision and Management program graduates are employed or continuing their education one year after earning their degrees. Those employed earned an average annual salary of $41,312. • Nearly 98% of DSC Bachelor of Science in Education graduates are employed one year after earning their degrees, with an average annual salary of $40,210. • On average, nearly 100% of DSC Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology program graduates are employed or continuing their education one year after earning their degrees. Those employed earned an average annual salary of $37,952.

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2,000 active DSC Public Service graduates in our region

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The Arts Immerse yourself in a wide range of cultural programs, including dance, drama, instrumental music and choral/ vocal music. We offer performance-oriented classes in all the disciplines, as well as ensembles and private lessons. You can audition for the concert choir, the show choir, plays, dance and instrumental music ensembles held throughout the year. Substantial scholarship support is available to assist students who perform on stage, backstage and in the classroom. The Daytona State College Symphonic Band, Civic Orchestra and Choral Concerts, plays (dramatic and musical) and dance productions are featured during fall and spring semesters. Admission is free at most events when you present your DSC ID card. Events are held on campus and at the college’s News-Journal Center.

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DSC's News-Journal Center Daytona State College is committed to providing our community with high-quality entertainment and educational experiences in this unique downtown venue. We host guest performers, art exhibits and many performances by our talented student and faculty artists 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.


y t l u c a f r u o y t e Me Vincenzo Piazza

Professor of Humanities, Study Abroad Advisor

See videoclip, DaytonaState.edu/viewbook

“By the end of the first two weeks of class, I know all my students by their first names. You are part of a family here, where you can sit with your professor after class to address your questions or concerns. You won’t find that at the larger universities.”

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Madeline Bertelson,

Class of 2016, Associate of Science in Photographic Technology, Former SMP intern See videoclip, DaytonaState.edu/viewbook

“The photography program at Daytona State has the resources you need to be successful. There are a lot of connections to be made here. My professors have extensive experience in so many segments of the industry.”

Southeast Museum of Photography The SMP is among America’s premier museums devoted entirely to photography. It presents more than 12 exhibitions annually, organized around interdisciplinary themes. Very involved with academic and community programs at DSC, the SMP produces support materials for a wide range of college and high school classes in conjunction with each 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, SMP 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. You can gain career experience as a student assistant, intern, volunteer gallery guide and/or tour docent. Many of the museum’s former student workers now work in museums and galleries around the world. More information – smponline.org.

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Café 101 When you step into Café 101, you enter an environment that rivals some of the finest dining establishments in Central Florida. An elegant setting combines with the aromas of gourmet delights. The only difference is that Café 101 is a teaching café and kitchen entirely operated by Daytona State students, gaining hands-on experience in an actual restaurant setting. Café 101 cuisine reflects what’s taught in the classroom, with students cooking from scratch under the expert eye of our chef instructors.

Massage Clinic Preparing for a rewarding career, massage therapy students offer wellness massage sessions open to the public at reasonable rates at the Daytona Beach Campus.

Cosmetology, Barber Salons DSC offers state-of-the art Cosmetology training salons 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. Daytona State also offers a Barber certificate at its Daytona Beach and New Smyrna Beach-Edgewater campuses, with salon hours.

Dental Hygiene Clinic The DeLand Campus houses DSC’s Dental Hygiene program, offering a public clinic with low-cost services. Students train under a dentist’s supervision.

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Have fun and get fit Improve your mind, Fitness Center body and spirit at the A 5,500 square-foot center equipped L. Gale Lemerand with state-of-the-art weight training and equipment including: Health, Wellness and aerobic • 19-piece resistance training circuit • 3.2 tons of free weights Education Center. • 31-piece aerobic arena featuring stair The facility houses the climbers, elliptical trainers, treadmills, bikes, recumbent and Lemerand Aquatic and spinning stationary bikes, rowing machines, Airdynes and exercise equipment for Fitness Centers and the physically challenged is also home to the • Fitness evaluations • Group exercise classes such as Sculpt Falcons’ 1,000-seat & Tone, Cardio Cross Training and Yoga gymnasium.

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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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Shakara Flint Robinson

Class of 2015, DSC's Culinary Program

See videoclip, DaytonaState.edu/viewbook

“This is what I’m meant to do now. I love my time with individual clients, planning their meals; at the same time, I really enjoy catering big events. It’s a perfect life for me.”

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YOUR

FALCON LIFE

DSC President Tom LoBasso and member of the District Board of Trustees at soccer stadium grand opening.

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DSC's women's and men's soccer teams look to build upon the success of their inaugural 2016 season while enjoying their newly completed soccer stadium. For 2018, DSC is proud to have been selected by the NJCAA to host the men’s Division I national championship, which will include the top 12 teams from around the country.

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Championship & Scholarship Daytona State’s NJCAA Division I varsity athletic program includes: Men’s Basketball Men’s Soccer Men’s Baseball Women’s Soccer Women’s Basketball Women’s Fast-pitch Softball Women’s Golf Women’s Volleyball We offer an all-around sports complex, including the L. Gale Lemerand Health, Wellness and Community Education Center, an indoor pool, two top-notch playing fields, a field house and a brand new soccer stadium. Daytona State Falcon athletics carry a winning tradition in both competition and academics. Our teams consistently earn state and national recognition for their academic achievement. Over 90 percent of our student-athlete graduates transfer to a university with full or partial athletic scholarships.

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Falcon Athletics past-year highlights • Women’s golf earned their ninth NJCAA Division I National Championship. • Men’s soccer won the NJCAA Division I Southeast District Championship and finished runner-up in the championship game during their inaugural season. • Men’s basketball took home their fourth-straight Mid-Florida Conference Championship and advanced to the semi-finals of the FCSAA state tournament.

• Women’s soccer head coach Brittany Jones and keeper Kristian Shores won the Mid-Florida Conference Coach and Keeper of the Year awards. • Six DSC teams were ranked in the nation’s top 20 during the 2016-17 season. • Seven Falcon squads advanced to postseason play in the 2016-17 season. • 11 student-athletes finished the year with First Team Mid-Florida Conference honors.

Academics • Women’s golf had the highest team GPA in the nation with a 3.89, earning their fourth consecutive NJCAA Female Academic Team of the Year award. • Men’s baseball took home their 11th consecutive NJCAA Men’s Academic Team of the Year title with a 3.70 team GPA. • Women’s soccer (3.32 GPA), women’s softball (3.38 GPA) and women’s volleyball (3.61 GPA) also earned honorable mentions in academic team of the year awards.

• 48 Falcon student-athletes earned NJCAA Academic All-American honors including 12 first-team awards for a perfect 4.0 GPA. • Women’s golf and men’s baseball also took home the FCSAA and Mid-Florida Conference Female and Male Academic Team of the Year Awards, respectively.

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Veterans Center The Veterans Center helps to meet the needs of a surging population of military veterans starting new missions as Daytona State students. Our student veterans can get help with everything from filing for Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits and other student services to referrals for assistance inside and outside the college. Daytona State has been designated a Military Friendly School and is an approved institution for veterans benefits. In 2015, U.S. News & World Report ranked DSC No. 2 in the nation for Top Online Bachelor’s for Veterans.

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Founded: 1957 – Florida’s first comprehensive community college.

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Locations: Seven sites located throughout Volusia and Flagler counties – Daytona Beach, DeLand, Deltona, Flagler/Palm Coast and New Smyrna Beach-Edgewater.

Veterans enrolled last year

27,000

Enrollment: Over 27,000 annually.

Classes: Day, night, online – flexible to your needs.

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Average Class Size: 25 – ensures personalized attention.

Irving Williams

See videoclip, DaytonaState.edu/viewbook

23-year Army veteran and transfer student “I appreciate the opportunity to be back in school. The post 911 GI BIll is a valuable asset the military provides to service members. If you’re a veteran, this is the place you need to be.”

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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

An ideal setting for anyone who enjoys the sun, the beach and fun!


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Advanced Technology College 1770 Technology Blvd. Daytona Beach, FL 32124

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(386) 506-4100 Bunnell

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Daytona Beach, FL 32114

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The News-Journal Center

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Daytona Beach Campus

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1200 W. International Speedway Blvd.

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Deltona Campus

(386) 506-3000

DeLand Campus 1155 County Road 4139 DeLand, FL 32724 (386) 785-2000

Deltona Campus 2351 Providence Blvd. Deltona, FL 32725 (386) 789-7300

Flagler/Palm Coast Campus 3000 Palm Coast Parkway SE Palm Coast, FL 32137 (386) 246-4800

News-Journal Center at Daytona State College 221 N. Beach St.

ApplyToday! Call our Admissions office, (386) 506-3059, or visit DaytonaState.edu. To arrange a tour, call (386) 506-4471.

Daytona Beach, FL 32120 (386) 226-1927

New Smyrna Beach-Edgewater Campus 940 Tenth St. New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168 (386) 423-6300 38


DaytonaState.edu/viewbook Admissions Office (386) 506-3059

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Daytona State College prohibits discrimination and provides equal access/equal opportunity to all persons regardless of age, ancestry, belief, color, disability, ethnicity, genetic information, gender, marital status, national origin, political affiliation, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or veteran status. If you have any questions or concerns regarding equity or equal access, contact Lonnie Thompson, Director of Equity and Inclusion, (386) 506-3000 ext. 3973 or Lonnie.Thompson@DaytonaState.edu. The Office of Equity and Inclusion is located at 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL 32114. Daytona State College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and bachelor’s degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Daytona State College. The college is a member of the American Association of Community Colleges and the Association of Florida Colleges, and is an approved institution of higher education for veterans and war orphans.

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Daytona State College Viewbook 2017-2018  

Ask any of our students or alumni why they chose Daytona State College and they’ll probably tell you how it was just what they needed, where...

Daytona State College Viewbook 2017-2018  

Ask any of our students or alumni why they chose Daytona State College and they’ll probably tell you how it was just what they needed, where...