Clubs & Organizations
Club Meetings & Locations
Please select a club and contact the advisor listed below to find out more about their meetings and initiatives .
Art, Media, & Performance Groups
- Digital Media Falcons
- People of the Pen
- Student Photography Association
- Student Publications (In Motion)
- Studio Rats Art Club
- Theatre Club
- Theatrical Production Guild
Athletic & Gaming Clubs
- Falcon Flag Football
- Heavy Hitters Table Tennis
- Sassy Sapphire Spirit Squad
- Surf Club
- Table Top Gaming Club
- Alpha Delta Nu
- Black Nurses Association
- Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
- Sigma Beta Delta (SBD)
- Sigma Kappa Delta
Medical & Health Associations
- American Red Cross Club
- Florida Nursing Student Association (FNSA)
- Health Information Management (HIM)
- American Dental Assistants Association (SADAA)
- American Dental Hygienists Association (SADHA)
- Massage Therapy Association (SMTA)
- Occupational Therapy Assistant Association (SOTA)
- Respiratory Care Association (SRCA)
- Physical Therapy Assistant Association
- African American Student Union
- American Sign Language Club
- Gay-Straight Alliance
- Global Friends - International Student Organization
- Multicultural Club
- Business Club
- Computer Technology Club
- Dual Enrolled Students Club
- Education Club
- Music Industry Club
- Psi Phi Psychology Club
- Psychology Club
- Science Club
- Student Paralegal Association (SPA)
- DSC Students for the Democratic Party
- Student Government Association (SGA)
- Baptist Collegiate Ministries
- Campus Crusade for Christ (CCFC)
- Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
- Deltona Cosmetology Club
- Emerald Go Quanta Club
- Environmental Outreach Club
- Falcon Veterans Society
- Healthy Roots
- Outreach Family Phoenix Project
- Scholastic Support Society
Digital Media Falcons – National Broadcasting Society
Advisor: Anita Bevins, Ph: (386) 506-3936, Daytona Campus - WDSC-TV15 (400/147)
To enhance the development of college and university students and entry level professionals involved in electronic media by: promoting excellence, providing opportunities for ethical and responsible leadership, providing exposure to the electronic media industries and assisting in career preparation.
People of the Pen/ Writing with Feeling
The purpose of this club is to provide an opportunity for students for creative writing.
Student Photography Association
Advisor: Joseph Vance, Ph: (386) 506-3561, Daytona Campus - Photography Hall (530/103B)
This club is for students who are serious about the art of photography. The primary purpose of the organization is to provide Daytona State College photography students with opportunities to network with Daytona State College alumni and professionals in photography fields through workshops, field trips, lectures, portfolio critiques and mentoring programs.
Advisor: Harun Thomas, Ph: (386) 506-3948, Daytona Campus - Bailey Hall (540/232)
The Daytona State College student newspaper, In Motion, is published monthly during the Fall and Spring academic terms. In Motion accepts letters to the editor from students, staff, and faculty, as well as article submissions. You can gain valuable skills and experience by becoming a staff writer, artist, photographer, or advertising sales representative. For more information, contact In Motion or the literary art magazine, Aeolus, at (386) 506-3686,.or InMotion@DaytonaState.edu.
Advisor: Stacey Reynolds, Ph: (386) 506-3669, Daytona Campus - Studio Arts Hall (520/111E)
To promote the arts, gain exposure for club members and their work, encourage collaboration between different art disciplines and among members, facilitate freedom of thought, expression, and creativity.
Advisor: Samantha Stern, Ph: (386) 226-1903, News Journal Center (114)
To provide performance experiences and exposure for Daytona State thespians.
Theatrical Production Guild
Advisor: Joshua Johnson, Ph: (386) 226-1906, News Journal Center (103B)
To provide a creative performance and play opportunities to DSC students and to assist in the creation of theatrical productions at Daytona State.
Falcons Flag Football
The purpose of this club is to foster interest, develop skills, and administer the game of Flag Football among students of Daytona State College. The Falcon Flag Football Club will not discriminate against any individual based on race, color, religion, gender, or national origin.
Heavy Hitters Table Tennis
The purpose of this organization is to provide an opportunity for students of Daytona State College to develops table tennis skills and athleticism, learn teamwork, and cooperation, and enjoy the sport of table tennis.
Sassy Sapphire Spirit Squad
Advisor: Dr. Sandra Offiah-Hawkins, Ph: (386) 506-3358, Daytona Campus - Bailey Hall (540/207)
The purpose of the SSSS Club is to promote dance awareness throughout the college and the surrounding community. We hope to give experience to the members of the association in choreography, pedagogy, performance, kinesiology, dance history and appreciation through workshops, concerts, seminars.
Advisor: Robert Jacobs, Ph: (386) 506-3715, Daytona Campus - Baker Academic Support Center (500/110)
The purpose of this club is to actively involve students with helping the environment, increase awareness about the coastal waters and surrounding environment. We will be interacting with other clubs and organizations of similar interest.
We will be representing our school by competing in the National Scholastic Surfing Association’s College division against other colleges.
Table Top Gaming Club
Advisor: Debra Leonard, Ph: (386) 785-2224, DeLand Campus - Bert Fish Hall (6/219)
To provide a social and recreational opportunity for students to learn about strategic board gaming and interactive tabletop role playing games.
Alpha Delta Nu
Advisor: Andrea Angel, Ph: (386) 506-3873, Daytona Campus - Health Science Hall (320/222)
The purpose of this organization is to provide an opportunity for students of Daytona State College to be recognized for academic excellence in the study of the Associates Degree Nursing Program.
Black Nurses Association
Advisor: Donna Edwards, Ph: (386) 506-3357, Daytona Campus (320/320)
The purpose of this organization is to serve as a health advocate for quality care for persons of African descent, compile and maintain a directory of local nurses of African descent, ensure a constant procession of nurses of African descent through recruitment and counseling and to act as a vehicle for unification of nurses of African descent through collaboration and communication.
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
Advisor: Shakyra Carson, (386) 506-3486, Daytona Campus - L. Gale Lemerand Student Center (115/219) Phi Theta Kappa is a national honors society with a chapter (Mu Rho) recognized at Daytona State College. Includes community events, student-centered events, and student publications.
Sigma Beta Delta (SBD)
Advisor: Lee Kenyon, Ph: (386) 506-3557, Daytona Campus - Nunamann Hall (200/419)
International Honor Society for Business, Management, and Administration; SBD encourages and recognizes scholarships among students of Business Management and Administration for BAS students enrolled at Daytona State College who meet academic excellence. SBD students are the upper 20% of their class, at the time of invitation to membership, and have completed of at least one-half of the degree program in which they are enrolled.
Sigma Kappa Delta
Advisor: Sam Goldstein, Ph: (386) 506-3617, Daytona Campus - Bailey Hall (540/234)
To recognize academic success in English; to promote fellowship between students interested in academic success in English; and to develop the skills of its members.
American Red Cross Club
Advisor: William Arrington, Ph: (386) 506-3725, Daytona Campus - Health Science Hall (320/236)
The American Red Cross Club will learn, practice, and exemplify humanitarian values through mission related service.
Florida Nursing Student Association (FNSA)
Advisor: Deborah Horvath, Ph: (386) 506-3705, Daytona Campus - Health Science Hall (320/286)
The FNSA is part of a national nursing association, which serves as a vehicle for nursing career development and educational advancement in the nursing profession. The FNSA has been involved in campus health fairs and other events.
Health Information Management (HIM)
Advisor: Martin Smith, Ph: (386) 506-3748, Daytona Campus - Health Science Hall (320/424)
HIMSA promotes career and educational development for students of the college’s Health Information Management program. The organization has been active in many student events, such as Abilities Awareness Day and student welcome back events.
Student American Dental Assistants Association (SADAA)
Advisor: Leslie Fehl, Ph: (386) 506-3758, Daytona Campus - Health Sciences Hall (320/423)
The purpose of this club is to provide an opportunity for students of the DSC Dental Assisting Program to achieve the highest standards of performance obtainable by supporting and encouraging formal education.
Student American Dental Hygienists Association (SADHA)
Advisor: Pamela Ridilla, Ph: (386) 785-2093, Deland Campus - Bert Fish Hall (6/104)
The purpose of this club is to promote dental hygiene, represent dental hygiene students, and to contribute to the improvement of the oral health of the community.
Student Massage Therapy Association (SMTA)
The purpose of the Student Massage Therapy Association is to further educate the community about the profession of Massage Therapy and to represent the college in community outreach events by linking the program to the community, school, and staff.
Student Occupational Therapy Assistant Association (SOTA)
Advisor: Mary Beth Craig-Oatley, Ph: (386) 506-3624, Daytona Campus - Health Science Hall (320/115)
SOTA is part of a national organization, which promotes the profession of occupational therapy. SOTA has been very active in student events on and off campus, including Abilities Awareness Day, the SGA yard sale and Welcome Student days.
Student Respiratory Care Association (SRCA)
Advisor: Misty Carlson, Ph: (386) 506-3780, Daytona Campus - Health Science Hall (320/425)
The purpose of the SRCA is to promote public awareness of Respiratory Therapy as a field of medical practice through combining social activities, educational goals, and service projects to expose the Respiratory Care student to a network of professionals within the health care field to aid them in future employment.
Student Physical Therapy Assistant Association
Advisor: Robert Wagner, Ph: (386) 506-3752, Daytona Campus - Health Science Hall (320/454)
The Purpose of this organization is to further educate the college and community about the profession of Physical Therapy and also to represent the college as an organization responsible and committed to the community, students and staff.
African American Student Union
The purpose of this organization is to provide an opportunity for students of Daytona State College to promote and support equity, education and self-development for positive societal change.
American Sign Language
Advisor: Kathryn Allman, Ph: (386) 506-3541, Daytona Campus - Arts & Science Hall (330/203)
ASL Club increases the recognition of ASL as a language, beneficial to both Deaf/deaf and hearing individuals. We instill the desire for self-improvement and scholastic excellence. We build a strong DSC ASL community and increase awareness of Deaf culture and history.
Advisor - Dr. Benjamin Graydon, Ph: (386) 506-3927, Daytona Campus - DSC Hall South (150/400A)
To bridge the gap between, and provide a sense of unity, amongst the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning) students to their straight allies. Students in GSA work toward a common cause in promoting a greater understanding of gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, and diversity on campus and within the community.
Global Friends – International Student Organization
Advisor: Deborah Hirsh, Ph: (386) 506-3174, Daytona Campus - Arts & Sciences Hall (330/221)
Global Friends is dedicated to promoting friendship and understanding among the many cultures that students represent at Daytona State College. The organization sponsors annual events such as the International Dinner and participates in the college wide Cultural Festival.
It shall be the purpose of DSC Multicultural club to provide networking and mentoring opportunities through meetings, community activities, projects that promote our member's growth and delivers talented leadership pool; sponsor educational and cultural activities, in order to expand the awareness of multicultural issues at Daytona State.
Advisor: Rawi Naranong, Ph: (386) 506-3211, Daytona Campus - Nunamann Hall (200/414)
The business Club promotes business education while enhancing student's appreciation of business principles and ethics.
Advisor: Yohani Kayinamura, Ph: (386) 506-3516, Daytona Campus - Schildecker Science Hall (410/220)
Computer Technology Club
The mission of this club is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every individual member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skill, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.
Dual Enrolled Students Club
Advisor: Juleen Daley, Ph: (386) 246-4817, Flagler/Palm Coast Campus - Academic Hall (2/107C)
The purpose of this club is to provide Daytona State dual enrolled students with support, a sense of belonging, and fellowship with other dual enrolled students, who may feel as though they don't belong to their high school or to the college. The club will strive to embody a lifelong feeling of community amongst its members; provide a place for open forum for networking, sharing information, and to discuss issues students may be facing. It will be an environment for dual enrolled students to nurture their intellectual growth and independence while meeting other who associate in their current experiences.
The purpose of this organization is to provide future teachers enrolled in education courses to have an opportunity to discuss and share ideas as well as experiences regarding the field of education.
Music Industry Club
This club will raise awareness of the college’s music production and technology program. They will contribute to the establishment, growth, and viability of Daytona’s music industry by recognizing and nurturing the individual talents and vision of its membership.
Psi Phi Psychology Club
Advisor: Michael Mallot, Ph: (386) 785-2231, DeLand Campus - Business Hall (4/128)
The purpose of the organization is to provide extra-curricular education opportunities in the field of psychology to the students of Daytona State College, as well as offer the opportunity for students to view and experience real-world applications for psychology.
Psychology Club of Flagler Palm Coast
The Psychology Club is an organization designed for students that are interested in, or plan on, majoring in psychology. The Psychology Club meets regularly during the Fall and Spring semesters. The primary focus of the Psychology Club is to enhance the academic and personal interests of students interested in psychology by scheduling open forums, academic exchange, and scholarly presentations from faculty and guest speakers.
Advisor: Jennifer Bell, Ph: (386) 506-4303, Daytona Campus - Schildecker Science Hall (410/121)
To promote an interest in science through hands-on learning activities and workshops, and to help our community and college through service.
Student Paralegal Association (SPA)
Advisor: Nathan Kotas, Ph: (386) 506-3511, Daytona Campus - Nunamann Hall (200/421B)
The purpose of the Daytona State College Student Paralegal Association is to promote the paralegal education, and enhance appreciation of principles and ethics.
This association will act pursuant to federal, state, local, and College laws and regulations, as well as, the Constitutional Laws of the Daytona State College SPA Club.
Advisor: Jennifer Bell, Ph: (386) 506-4303, Daytona Campus - Schildecker Science Hall (410/224)
To promote the empowerment of women by serving, supporting, and inspiring their pursuit of knowledge with the STEM fields.
DSC Students for the Democratic Party
Advisor: Frank Gunshanan, Ph: (386) 506-3275, Daytona Campus - Bailey Hall (540/206)
The object of this organization shall be to stimulate active interest in political and governmental affairs; to strengthen and to further the ideals and principles of the democratic Party; to promote political participation among student and peers; to support and elect the duly selected nominees of the Democratic party in national, state, and local campaigns; and to foster fellowship among students, peers, and Democrats. In all Primary elections, no candidate will be endorsed or supported individually by this club. At no time will members of this organization support a candidate from another party.
Student Government Association (SGA)
The purpose of the Student Government Association is to facilitate communication between students and college administrators, and to encourage college policies and procedures that meet the needs of students in the areas of academics, activities and services. The SGA holds open meetings every Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. in building 115, room 218K on the Daytona Campus.
Baptist Collegiate Ministries
Advisor: Vickie Brown, Ph: (386) 506-3960, Daytona Campus - Wetherell Center (100/224L); Job Clement, Ph: (386) 423-2204, New Smyrna Beach/Edgewater Campus - Academic Hall (2/128)
The purpose of this club is to lead students to commit themselves to Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, to involve them in meaningful Christian fellowship, and to guide them in Christian growth and discipleship.
Campus Crusade for Christ (CCFC)
This club is an interdenominational student Christian organization that provides regular opportunities to study and discuss the Bible, including prayer services. This club provides opportunities for fellowship, encouragement, and spiritual development among members.
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
In response to God's love, grace, and truth: The purpose of the chapter is to establish and advance at Daytona State College witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture and God's purpose in the world.
Deltona Cosmetology Club
Advisor: Krissy Blackwelder, Ph: (386) 789-7346, Deltona Campus - Cosmetology Portables
The purpose of the Rotaract is to provide an opportunity for young men and women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.
Emerald-Go Quanta Club
Advisor: Frank Gunshanan, Ph: (386) 506-3275, Daytona Campus - Bailey Hall (540/206)
The purpose of this organization is to allow Quanta Honors College students to come together and gain community service, improve individual health and build a stronger sense of community for Quanta members.
Environmental Outreach Club
Advisor: Raymond Emmett, Ph: (386) 506-3890, Daytona Campus - Schildecker Science Hall (410/205)
The purpose of this organization shall be to educate people on the effects of water pollution, deforestation and littering, while also community cleans ups to boost the local environment.
Falcon Veterans Society
The purpose of this club is to develop student veteran groups on college and university campuses and coordinate by region between existing groups. To connect student groups with resources. To advocated on behalf of student veterans at the state and national level.
The purpose of this Organization is to provide an opportunity for students of Daytona State College to have a platform to reach out and encourage nutritional discussions on health and wellness to better their lives and citizens in the surrounding communities.
Outreach Club of Flagler
Advisor: Dr. John McNeely, Ph: (386) 246-4808, Flagler/Palm Coast Campus - Classroom/Student Center (3/114B)
The purpose of this organization is to provide outreach for the Family Phoenix Project.
Advisor: Dr. Yohani Kayinamura, Ph: (386) 506-3516, Daytona Campus - Schildecker Science Hall (410/220)
The purpose of Rotaract is to provide an opportunity for young men and women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.
Scholastic Support Society
Advisor: Isaac Bowen, Ph: (386) 785-3078, DeLand Campus - Bert Fish Hall (6/217)
To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding.