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Start There. Finish Here.

If you started your post-secondary education at another college or university, we welcome you to continue your educational journey at DSC.

Earn an additional degree or get a jump start on a new one. Or, complete an advance degree in one of our many associate or bachelor's degree programs. 

When do classes start?

Fall 2021
Registration Begins: April 15
Classes Begin: August 23 & October 18

Spring 2022
Registration Begins: October 28
Classes Begin: January 18 & March 21

Summer 2022
Registration Begins: March 31
Classes Begin: May 17 & June 30

Transfer Student Steps to Enrollment

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  • Apply

    Submit your admission application online or come to one of our campuses.

  • Submit Transcripts

    Submit transcripts to Admissions from all post-secondary and/or technical schools you previously attended. All transcripts are required, not just from school where you took classes that you want to transfer in credit.

  • Complete Orientation

    Orientation is geared to increase your college awareness, engage you as a learner, and get you ready to be successful at DSC. The orientation is administered with multiple short videos and takes approximately 45 minutes to complete. To complete orientation, navigate to your To Do list on your Falcon Self-Service portal.

  • Schedule a New Student Advising Session

    Scheduling your new student advising session is the next important step towards enrolling in classes. All sessions are in a group format with the opportunity for Q&A .  You can meet an advisor one-on-one if you want to discuss transfer credits or anything else.

     

  • 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 while your financial aid is being processed or if you will not be using financial aid. 

  • Submit Residency Documents

    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.

  • 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.

    Books

    Your books can be purchases at one of our campus bookstores or online.

Office of Admissions

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.