College Catalog 2014-2015

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Enrollment Process Checklist


Associate Degree and Certificate Program Enrollment Checklist:

  1. Submit an Admission Application - You can apply online or by downloading our application from daytonastate.edu and submitting it by mail, fax, email, or in person at any campus. Submit final, official high school or GED transcript, including a graduation date. Students who graduated from a home school program are required to submit a home school affidavit. Submit final, official transcripts from all colleges or universities you have attended. An official transcript is one that arrives in a sealed envelope. If you graduated high school or have attended college in another country, please download the information sheet, Evaluating Credentials from Outside the U.S., and follow the instructions. Contact Admissions for more information about your transcript requirements. Please DO NOT submit your original international documents to the college.
  2. Complete a Financial Aid Application - Apply for financial aid as soon as possible. Financial aid is available to qualified students enrolled in an eligible program to assist in meeting educational expenses. Applicants should complete the FAFSA at fafsa.gov to determine eligibility. Daytona State’s school code is 001475. Processing time is 4-6 weeks. Additional information about Financial Aid or Daytona State College scholarships is available from the Office of Financial Aid Services.
  3. Complete Placement Requirements - Fulfill your placement requirements by taking the P.E.R.T. for degree programs and TABE for certificate programs. If you have previous course work or have taken the SAT/ACT/CPT/AP, make sure to submit official copies to the Admissions Office and bring an unofficial copy with you to Academic Advising.
  4. Meet with an Academic Advisor - Talk with an academic advisor to interpret your placement test scores and discuss program requirements. We recommend talking with an advisor prior to registering for the first time. Students are also encouraged to register with Career Services at this time.
  5. Complete Online Orientation - Complete the Orientation requirement online at daytonastate.edu- under MyDaytonaState, FalconNet Online Services (requires College username and College password).
  6. Register for Classes - Search for your classes by using the Search Courses link at daytonastate.edu. You have the option of registering online - under FalconNet Online Services (requires College ID # and College PIN number) - or registering on campus at the Falcon Center. Remember to print your Schedule and Fee Statement to review your bill due date after registering.
  7. Pay for Classes - Pay for your classes either in person at the Office of Student Accounts or online. REMEMBER - you are not officially registered until you have paid in full. You have the option of paying online - under FalconNet Online Services (requires College ID # and College PIN number).
  8. Obtain Your Student I.D., Parking Decal and Books- Get your student ID card and parking decal at the Campus Safety Office on any campus. You can also get your books in person or online at efollett.com.

Bachelor of Applied Science Enrollment Checklist:

  1. Submit an Admission Application. You can apply online or by downloading our application from daytonastate.edu and submitting it by mail, fax, email, or in person at any campus. Continuing Daytona State students are still required to submit a new application for the BAS program in order to change levels. Submit final, official high school or GED transcript including a graduation date. Students who graduated from a home school program are required to submit a home school affidavit. Submit final, official transcripts from all colleges or universities you have attended. An official transcript is one that arrives in a sealed envelope. If you graduated high school or have attended college in another country, please download the information sheet, Evaluating Credentials from Outside the U.S., and follow the instructions. Contact Admissions for more information about your transcript requirements. Please DO NOT submit your original international documents to the college.
  2. Complete a Financial Aid Application - Apply for financial aid as soon as possible. Financial aid is available to qualified students enrolled in an eligible program to assist in meeting educational expenses. Applicants should complete the FAFSA at fafsa.gov to determine eligibility. Daytona State’s school code is 001475. Processing time is 4-6 weeks. Additional information about Financial Aid or Daytona State College scholarships is available from the Office of Financial Aid Services.
  3. Meet with an Academic Advisor - Contact Academic Advising at any campus. The advisor will assist you with choosing your first classes, requirements for program completion and graduation plans. Take copies of your college/university transcripts. More information is available from the Academic Advising office.
  4. Complete Online Orientation - If you are a new or readmitting Daytona State student, complete the Orientation requirement online at daytonastate.edu- under MyDaytonaState, FalconNet Online Services (requires College username and College password).
  5. Register for Classes - Search for your classes by using the Search Courses link at daytonastate.edu. You have the option of registering online - under FalconNet Online Services (requires College ID # and College PIN number) - or registering on campus at the Falcon Center. Remember to print your Schedule and Fee Statement to review your bill due date after registering.
  6. Pay for Classes - Pay for your classes either in person at the Office of Student Accounts or online. REMEMBER - you are not officially registered until you have paid in full. You have the option of paying online - under FalconNet Online Services (requires College ID # and College PIN number).
  7. Obtain Your Student I.D., Parking Decal and Books- Get your student ID card and parking decal at the Campus Safety Office on any campus. You can also get your books in person or online at efollett.com.

Bachelor of Science in Education Enrollment Checklist

  1. Submit an Admission Application. You can apply online or by downloading our application from daytonastate.edu and submitting it by mail, fax, email, or in person at any campus. Continuing Daytona State students are still required to submit a new application for the BSED program in order to change levels. Submit final, official high school or GED transcript including a graduation date. Students who graduated from a home school program are required to submit a home school affidavit. Submit final, official transcripts from all colleges or universities you have attended. An official transcript is one that arrives in a sealed envelope. If you graduated high school or have attended college in another country, please download the information sheet, Evaluating Credentials from Outside the U.S., and follow the instructions. Contact Admissions for more information about your transcript requirements. Please DO NOT submit your original international documents to the college.
  2. Complete a Financial Aid Application - Apply for financial aid as soon as possible. Financial aid is available to qualified students enrolled in an eligible program to assist in meeting educational expenses. Applicants should complete the FAFSA at fafsa.gov to determine eligibility. Daytona State’s school code is 001475. Processing time is 4-6 weeks. Additional information about Financial Aid or Daytona State College scholarships is available from the Office of Financial Aid Services.
  3. Meet with an Academic Advisor - Contact Academic Advising at any campus. The advisor will assist you with choosing your first classes, requirements for program completion and graduation plans. Take copies of your college / university transcripts, if any. More information is available from the Academic Advising office.
  4. Complete Online Orientation - If you are a new or readmitting Daytona State student, complete the Orientation requirement online atdaytonastate.edu- under MyDaytonaState, FalconNet Online Services (requires College username and College password).
  5. Register for Classes - Search for your classes by using the Search Courses link at daytonastate.edu. You have the option of registering online - under FalconNet Online Services (requires College ID # and College PIN number) - or registering on campus at the Falcon Center. Remember to print your Schedule and Fee Statement to review your bill due date after registering. Once admitted to the program register for SLS 3355: Orientation to BS in Education Programs, along with your other classes. SLS 3355 is a four hour session that takes place prior to the beginning of the semester and must be completed to continue with the program. For assistance with selecting additional classes, please visit an Academic Advisor at any campus.
  6. Pay for Classes - Pay for your classes either in person at the Office of Student Accounts or online. REMEMBER - you are not officially registered until you have paid in full. You have the option of paying online - under FalconNet Online Services (requires College ID # and College PIN number).
  7. Obtain Your Student I.D., Parking Decal and Books- Get your student ID card and parking decal at the Campus Safety Office on any campus. You can also get your books in person or online at efollett.com.

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology Enrollment Checklist

  1. Submit an Admission Application. You can apply online or by downloading our application from daytonastate.edu and submitting it by mail, fax, email, or in person at any campus. Continuing Daytona State students are still required to submit a new application for the BSET program in order to change levels. Submit final, official high school or GED transcript including a graduation date. Students who graduated from a home school program are required to submit a home school affidavit. Submit final, official transcripts from all colleges or universities you have attended. An official transcript is one that arrives in a sealed envelope. If you graduated high school or have attended college in another country, please download the information sheet, Evaluating Credentials from Outside the U.S., and follow the instructions. Contact Admissions for more information about your transcript requirements. Please DO NOT submit your original international documents to the college.
  2. Complete a Financial Aid Application - Apply for financial aid as soon as possible. Financial aid is available to qualified students enrolled in an eligible program to assist in meeting educational expenses. Applicants should complete the FAFSA at fafsa.gov to determine eligibility. Daytona State’s school code is 001475. Processing time is 4-6 weeks. Additional information about Financial Aid or Daytona State College scholarships is available from the Office of Financial Aid Services.
  3. Meet with an Academic Advisor - Contact Academic Advising at any campus. The advisor will assist you with choosing your first classes, requirements for program completion and graduation plans. Take copies of your college / university transcripts, if any. More information is available from the Academic Advising office.
  4. Complete Online Orientation - If you are a new or readmitting Daytona State student, complete the Orientation requirement online at daytonastate.edu- under MyDaytonaState, FalconNet Online Services (requires College username and College password).
  5. Register for Classes - Search for your classes by using the Search Courses link at daytonastate.edu. You have the option of registering online - under FalconNet Online Services (requires College ID # and College PIN number) - or registering on campus at the Falcon Center. Remember to print your Schedule and Fee Statement to review your bill due date after registering.
  6. Pay for Classes - Pay for your classes either in person at the Office of Student Accounts or online. REMEMBER - you are not officially registered until you have paid in full. You have the option of paying online - under FalconNet Online Services (requires College ID # and College PIN number).
  7. Obtain Your Student I.D., Parking Decal and Books- Get your student ID card and parking decal at the Campus Safety Office on any campus. You can also get your books in person or online at efollett.com

Last Updated: 4/1/14