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The Association of Florida Colleges (AFC) is the professional association for Florida's 28 public community colleges, their boards, employees, retirees and associates.
AFC is the only organization in Florida that belongs to and supports us as community college employees. Its purpose is to help the Florida Legislature understand the community college role in higher education and to advocate for strong and viable community colleges in Florida. Today, all 28 of the state's community colleges support the work of the association through institutional dues, as do more than 9,000 individual community college employees and retirees through individual memberships and the sharing of their talents, time and energy.
Daytona State College currently boasts more than 360 members in the Daytona State AFC Chapter. Many elect to pay their annual dues by payroll deduction - for as little as $1.46 per pay period you, too, can become a member and help to support our college and its mission.
Thinking of joining AFC? Watch our video to learn about AFC and what it means to some of our members.
Oct. 9, 2015 - Annual Holiday Bazaar vendor applications due
Oct. 15, 2015: 5-7pm - Fall Festival (Daytona campus Clock Tower)
Oct. 23-25, 2015 - Murder at Cafe Noir Dinner theater (News Journal Center)
Nov. 11-13, 2015 - AFC Annual Conference (Buena Vista Palace, Lake Buena Vista, FL)
Nov. 18, 2015 - Annual Holiday Bazaar (Daytona campus, Bergengren Hall (110), Room 112)
* For questions regarding social events, contact Nicole Brown, ext. 3628