Non-degree Seeking Student
Earn Credit Without a Degree
You can take courses even if you don't intend to earn a degree or certificate from Daytona State College. As a non-degree seeking student, you can enroll in courses to upgrade career skills, takes courses for personal enrichment, or for the purpose of transferring to another institution. Non-degree seeking students must meet course placement and prerequisite requirements for any course they take.
You earn college credit for courses that you take as a non-degree seeking student. If you do not want to earn credit, you can request permission to audit a course. All tuition and fees still apply.
When do classes start?
Registration Begins: October 28
Classes Begin: January 18 & March 21
Registration Begins: March 31
Classes Begin: May 17 & June 30
Non-Degree Seeking Student Steps to Enrollment
Apply & Submit Residency Documents
Submit your admission application online or come to one of our campuses.
Daytona State College has two tuition rates. One rate is designed for students who meet the qualifications for Florida residency for tuition purposes. The other is a higher, non-resident tuition rate. Prove your Florida residency before the first day of the classes to qualify for the lower in-state rate.
Meet with an Academic Advisor
If you are taking classes that require a pre-requisite that is not already on your Daytona State College transcript, you'll need to meet with an Academic Advisor. Advising is available virtually, over the phone, by email, or on any campus. Unofficial copies of your college or university transcripts may be requested.
Register & Pay for Classes
Register and pay for classed on Falcon-Self Service through the MyDaytonaState portal.
The Office of Student Accounts offers a number of payment options to assist you to make payments.
Get Your Student ID, Parking Decal, & Books
Before classes start, get your student ID card and parking decal at the Question & Answer Center on the Daytona Beach Campus or the Falcon Center on any regional campus.
Your books can be purchases at one of our campus bookstores or online.