Our primary function is to process and maintain financial records related to the student’s account. This includes depositing student payments, administering the e-Cashier Payment Plan, approving Falcon Loans, and applying various scholarships, grants, waivers, and third party billings including the Florida Prepaid College Plan.
We also provide information regarding student account charges (ie. tuition and fees) and disbursements (ie. refunds, Daytona State OneCard, book vouchers, and Federal Direct Student Loans).
Important Dates for Spring 2014
e-Cashier Payment Plan
Opens for new enrollments Spring A: Nov 4, 2013
Opens for new enrollments Spring B: Jan 20, 2014
Last day to make changes Spring A: Jan 8, 2014
Last day to make changes Spring B: Mar 10, 2014
Refunds for overpaid agreements Spring A: Feb 21, 2014
Refunds for overpaid agreements Spring B: Apr 25, 2014
Falcon Loans will only be available when the e-Cashier is
Spring A - Jan 9 through Jan 24
Spring B - Mar 17 through Mar 28
Book Vouchers and Book Deferments
Spring A - Jan 6 through Jan 24
Spring B - Mar 3 through Mar 28
Last day for purchases at Bookstore Spring A: Jan 27
Last day for purchases at Bookstore Spring B: Mar 31
Federal Direct Student Loan Disbursements
Spring A - Feb 7 for previous borrowers
Spring A - Feb 21 for first time borrowers
Spring A - Mar 28 for second disbursements
Spring B - Apr 11 for previous borrowers
Spring B - Apr 25 for first time borrowers
Spring B - Apr 25 for second disbursements
Finacial Aid Refunds
Spring A - Feb 7 by 6:00 pm
Spring B - Apr 11 by 6:00 pm
Thereafter, refunds are processed weekly on
Fridays by 6:00 pm.
The Division of Enrollment Services and Student Development is constantly reviewing the level of service provided to our students. Your assistance in completing a short 10 question web survey would greatly be appreciated. To respond to the survey please click here: Online Survey
Our mission is to provide quality financial support services to students incorporating good business practices and accountability measures to safeguard college resources.