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Orientation


FalconNet Online Services

Orientation is an important step in getting started. Our Orientation program is geared toward awareness and student success. We provide you with a general overview of the various departments available to assist you during your time at Daytona State College. Orientation does not, however, provide detailed instructions about how to select and register for classes. For this, you should speak with an academic advisor.

All new and readmitted students pursuing a degree or certificate program are required to complete Orientation. The following programs/majors are excluded from the Orientation requirement (*):

Apprenticeships, including 1020 Child Care Specialist, 1071 Electrical Non-Union, 1072 Electrical Union, 1070 Plumbing UnionSpecial Credit, including 0001 Non-Degree, 0002 Employment, 0004 and 0007Transient 0003Dual Enrollment, including 0005 Daytona State HS, 0008 Dual Vol./Flagler, 0009 Private1056 Fire Fighter II (1156)1051 Law Enforcement Training (1151)0960 Emergency Medical Technician (1960)0957 Paramedic (1957)2208 Emergency Medical Services (2108)1050 Correctional Officer Recruit Training (1150)

Students who change majors (from a non-Orientation-required program to an Orientation-required program) must complete the Orientation requirement, even if they have been attending Daytona State for a semester or more. Registration will be prevented until the Orientation program is completed. You can access the online version of the Orientation once you have completed an admissions application and a student number has been created for you (approximately one business day after your application has been received).

The online version is available under Online Services at http://www.daytonastate.edu. You will be required to enter your college identification number and your College PIN number. Your College PIN will be your birth date in the format of (mmddyy) when you initially sign in, and you will be requested to change it to a PIN only you know.  After you are logged into the Portal, just click on the tab that says "FalconNet" and you will find the link to orientation on the menu on the left side of the page. Online enrollment and Student Development, including Orientation, can be accessed from any computer with Internet access (home, work, public library or Daytona State computer labs).

If you have any questions about Orientation, contact Academic Advising.

 

Last Updated: 4/1/14