The Falcon Passport Program (FPP) is aimed to provide Daytona State College students opportunities for global engagement on campus and throughout our community. Through their participation in this program students will be connected to globally-themed co-curricular activities offered throughout the academic year, and will be provided a credential for their participation. This initiative will increase students’ exposure to a variety of cultures, perspectives, backgrounds, and provide them a greater awareness of the world in which they live.
How it works
Current Daytona State College students can enroll into the program by completing a program application. Once received, a Falcon Passport along with program guidelines will be provided to the student. The calendar below identifies Falcon Passport Program-approved activities. In order to earn a certificate of completion students will need to attend 4 Falcon Passport-approved activities* as follows:
- 1 arts & culture
- 1 lecture/presentation
- 1 service learning
- 1 activity of their choice
*At each event, a Falcon Passport representative will be on hand to physically stamp each student’s passport.
Once students have fulfilled the requirement of the program, they will be asked to submit a program completion request. Certificates of completion will be mailed to eligible students at the conclusion of the fall and spring semesters.
For more information please contact Ms. Vida Renaud at 506-3141, building 100, room 224-R.