- How do I apply to Daytona State and know if I am accepted?
- How do I apply for the Nursing or other limited access programs?
- How do I to get readmitted to the college? Do readmitted students need to do the orientation again?
- Do I need SAT/ACT scores to get accepted?
- Why do I have to prove residency in Florida?
- How do I change my residency status?
- If I am transferring to Daytona State College from another institution, but I do not want to transfer any of my classes, do I still have to submit my transcripts?
- If I have already earned a degree, do I still have to submit my high school transcripts?
- What programs do you offer?
- How do I know what to major in?
- How do I get my student ID?
- Does Daytona State accept foreign students? Is there a difference in tuition?
Students can apply in person at any campus, they can apply online, or they can download an application that can be mailed, faxed or emailed to our office. Our mailing address is 1200 West International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL 32114, our fax number is 386-506-3940, and our email is Admissions@DaytonaState.edu. Most applications for admission to open enrollment programs can be processed within two days. Students will be notified of the admission decision by mail. Applications for limited access programs and Bachelor degree programs have additional requirements.
Limited access programs such as Nursing, Dental Hygiene, and others have a separate application process once a student has been admitted to the college. Bachelor degree programs have additional specific degree and course requirements. Please see an admissions advisor for specific information.
If a student has not been enrolled at Daytona State for more than one year, he/she must complete a new Admission Application and Residency Affidavit. Orientation will be required.
The college does not require SAT/ACT scores for acceptance to any program, but the scores can be used in lieu of placement testing, depending on the scores.
The tuition charged is based upon residency. Non-Florida residents are required to pay the full cost of tuition which is higher than the resident tuition rate. A Residency Affidavit is included with the application. Until a residency determination is made, the nonresident rate will be charged.
A student who was initially classified as a non-Florida resident can request a reclassification review if the move to Florida was permanent, documented and met all of the appropriate state regulations. The Admissions Office will assist and provide further information upon request.
Yes. All degree and certificate-seeking students are required to submit a final, official transcript from all postsecondary institutions they have attended.
Yes. All degree and certificate-seeking students are required to submit a final, official high school transcript with a date of graduation.
The college offers over 100 Bachelor's, Associate's and Certificate programs. Please see the college catalog for a complete list of degrees and majors.
Students can get started by applying today and selecting a preferred major or the Undecided, 0100, major. Students who are not sure which major to select are encouraged to meet with an Academic Advisor or Career Counselor to review their educational and career goals. After application, you will have the opportunity to change your major.
Each student has a College ID number assigned upon application. The ID number is included in the acceptance letter, along with information about how to access your FalconNet account. Student IDs can also be retrieved by using the portlet at http://webapps.daytonastate.edu/ics/
Foreign students are encouraged to attend the college. There is a $50 application fee and students are required to pay the non-resident tuition rate.
For more information contact Admissions at: Admissions@DaytonaState.edu