Daytona State College is home to seven locations throughout Volusia and Flagler counties. Click on the location names below to find out more information.
The Daytona Beach Campus, Daytona State’s largest campus, is located in a tourist city that attracts more than 10 million visitors each year, including snowbirds, students on spring break, families on vacation, NASCAR race fans and 500,000 bikers who come on motorcycles each spring and fall for Daytona’s famous Bike Weeks.
The campus houses the college's primary administrative offices and instructional space. Special features include the Mori Hosseini College of Hospitality and Culinary Management, home to the student-run Cafe 101 and the Southeast Museum of Photography; a full-service Learning Resource Center that also houses the library and DSC-UCF Writing Center; two locations for the Academic Support Center; and a Performing Arts Center, which is home to some of the area's finest performing arts productions. Also located on this campus is the Lemerand Center, an outstanding athletic multiplex with a fitness center, pool, gymnasium, and classrooms; Daytona State’s WDSC TV-15 broadcasting station; and a joint-use facility shared with the University of Central Florida.
Classroom and laboratory space serve a range of academic offerings – from baccalaureate programs to associate of arts, associate of science and certificate programs; adult high school, general education development and adult basic education; and customized training for business and industry. More than 24,000 students on average attend the Daytona Beach Campus each year.
Dean of Campus Services - William Wetherell
The DeLand Campus offers a full-service library and Learning Resources Center, classroom space for college-credit courses that meet the general education requirements for the associate of arts degree, some associate of science degree programs, various certificate programs and adult high school classes. The Bert Fish Building houses up-to-date facilities for dental hygiene, nursing, science labs and a multimedia learning center. As on all the campuses, comprehensive student and academic support services include Student Disability Services, the Center for Women and Men, career advisement, individual tutoring and a computerized learning/tutoring center, as well as a foreign language lab. Approximately 5,200 students attend classes at the DeLand Campus each year.
Director of Campus Services - Suzette Cameron
The Deltona Campus offers access to quality postsecondary education and advanced training in a rapidly growing area of western Volusia County. The 100-acre site features a 42,000-square-foot facility that houses classrooms, computer labs and administrative offices. The regional campus helps meet the local demand for academic programs such as the associate of arts and nursing degrees, career certificates in cosmetology and barbering (barbering launches in fall 2013) and adult education classes. More than 3,000 students a year attend the Deltona Campus.
Director of Campus Services - Clarence McCloud
The New Smyrna Beach-Edgewater Campus offers college credit, college preparatory, adult basic education, and general education development courses. All general education requirements for the associate of arts degree and many requirements for associate of science degree programs may be completed there. The campus has expanded its health occupations, science, computer, public service and occupational programs. It has two science laboratories, a learning center and modern classrooms. Nearly 2,000 students a year choose to call the New Smyrna Beach-Edgewater Campus their home campus.
Dean of Campus Services – Kent Ryan
The Flagler/Palm Coast Campus is Daytona State’s fastest-growing regional campuses. The campus offers college credit, college preparatory and the first year of the two-year Associate Degree Nursing program. All general education requirements for the associate of arts degree may be completed here. Facilities include a nursing laboratory, two science laboratories, an Academic Support Center, two computer laboratories, an amphitheater and modern classrooms. Nearly 3,000 students attended this campus last year, and the numbers are projected to continue on the increase. To accommodate this growth, planning is under way to expand the campus with new facilities that will meet student needs through the next decade.
The Advanced Technology College offers a wide variety of technological training in engineering, computer science, robotics and simulation, automotive, heating and air conditioning, emergency medical services, paramedic training and criminal justice programs. The state-of-the-art facility includes occupational classrooms and laboratory areas that feature industry-designed, program-specific equipment. It offers science labs, a multi-purpose room, a media center and open computer labs. The two-story classroom area surrounds an enclosed atrium that is the site of numerous exhibits and events. The facility is located five miles from the Daytona Beach Campus, where students enrolled in courses at the ATC can access the full range of student enrollment and development services. On average, more than 2,200 students attend classes at the ATC each year.
A short two miles from the Daytona Beach Campus is the News-Journal Center, Daytona State’s performing arts venue and home to its popular music production technology program. This two-theater venue features the most cutting-edge technology available. Its recording and sound studios were designed and built by working industry professionals dedicated to providing students with the opportunity to develop their skills using industry standard digital and analog audio production equipment. The News-Journal Center features two live performance theaters linked through a fiber-optic network to a studio control room that allows for multi-track audio recording of live performances; rehearsal rooms, isolation rooms and two production studios. The facility also is home to some of the area’s finest cultural productions, including top-quality musical and theatrical performances by our own students.