The TEAS test will NO LONGER be given at the Flagler/Palm Coast and New Smyrna Beach Campuses
NOTICE: New Payment Process
TEAS Payment is going online!
When you arrive to any one of our three campus locations you will need to provide a debit/credit card for the purchase of the test in the amount of $58. In addition, a DSC student will pay a $15 proctor fee, and a non-DSC student will pay a $30 proctor fee.
* A DSC student is generally defined as being actively enrolled into DSC classes.
The TEAS is required of all Daytona State College Nursing Program applicants. The TEAS test is a timed, computerized exam. Examinees must plan on being in Assessment Services for 4 hours to complete the TEAS process. The TEAS is given in Assessment Services on the Daytona Beach, DeLand and Deltona Campuses.
Prior to the testing date, the candidate must do the following:
1. Go to www.atitesting.com to set up a student test account. Click on "Create New Account" and complete the required information. Under "Institution", select the program as Daytona State College:
- Associate Degree Nursing Program - ADN
- Licensed Practical Nursing Program - PN
The student will need their ATI log-in information when they sit for their exam.
A valid photo ID is required for all exams or services provided by Daytona State College Assessment Services.
Retesting to achieve passing scores:
After meeting with an Academic Advisor, students will be referred to the Academic Support Center for remediation. Examinees will only be allowed to test twice in a calendar year (Jan-Dec) and only TEAS scores taken at DSC will be accepted. Students must wait 30 full days to retest. Students who wish to retest on the TEAS must pay the current test fee each time.
TEAS prep materials can be accessed from:
Assessment Services is responsible for monitoring test sessions. Daytona State College does not tolerate cheating nor disruptive behavior. If an examinee is suspected of cheating, testing will be stopped and the examinee will be directed to leave the area. The test may be voided. The incident will be reported to college officials and disciplinary action may be taken.