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Enrollment Checklist


sbs logoThis enrollment checklist is specific to the College of Business Administration Bachelor of Applied Scence (BAS) in Supervision and Management Program. We take pride in our student focus and in ensuring that BAS staff and faculty develop a relationship with each student. This student-friendly focus means we meet face-to-face with each student for advising/counseling.

  1. Meet with the BAS counselor- Make an appointment with the BAS counselor to discuss your specific educational situation, program requirements, your goals, and course selection.Appointments times are:
    • Monday, Wednesday and Friday (the first appointment is 8 a.m. and the last appointment is 3:30 p.m.)
    • Tuesday (the first appointment is 10:30 a.m. and the last appointment is 6 p.m.)
    • Thursday (the first appointment is 8 a.m. and the last appointment is 5 p.m.)Call (386) 506-4227 or email us to schedule an appointment.
  2. Submit an admission application - We recommend that you submit your BAS Admissions Application after your appointment with the BAS Counselor. Please feel free to print the BAS application and bring it with you to your appointment with the BAS counselor. You may also submit it online in our offices. If you are not a Daytona State College  graduate, please submit final official college transcripts from all educational institutions previously attended for review. Transcript request cards are available at all Daytona State College campuses. Admissions decisions are made year round. 
  3. Set up FalconMail Account - Once admitted, you may set up your free FalconMail account. The Vice President and BAS instructors use FalconMail exclusively to ensure you receive important information regarding registration, class updates and more.
  4. Complete a financial aid application - Financial aid is available for eligible students, enrolled in qualified programs to meet educational expenses. This aid is provided through the federal government, state government, directly from Daytona State College or through private sources and may consist of grants, scholarships, loans or work. You may complete FAFSA online at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov. If you need Financial Aid, you should contact that office at least six weeks prior to registering for classes*.
  5. Complete online orientation - All new and readmitted students are required to complete the online Daytona State College Orientation program.
  6. Pay for classes - Pay for your classes either in person 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 Login and PIN number).
  7. Obtain student I.D. and parking decal - Check the Campus Safety pages for information on how to obtain a student I.D. and a parking decal.

Last Updated: 7/17/13