Academic Support Centers (ASC) provide a variety of instructional support programs and services to help you make satisfactory academic progress. The ASC combines personal attention with computer-assisted instruction in an environment where students, faculty and staff collaborate to ensure student success. ASC attendance may be required if you are enrolled in developmental math, reading or writing courses. The following educational support programs are available for your use:
Tutoring and Learning Sessions – Tutors assist students enrolled in most courses on a walk-in basis. Additionally, students can also attend scheduled Learning Sessions on selected courses in Math and Science.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) – SI is an internationally recognized academic support program offering regularly scheduled study sessions for traditionally difficult courses. Students who have previously taken the course and demonstrated academic competency in the subject area lead study sessions.
Workshops – Specialized learning and study strategy sessions are designed to help you succeed. Workshops are offered in basic computer skills, navigating online courses, creating PowerPoint projects, testing strategies, stress management and note taking.
TRIO Student Support Services* - Housed in the Academic Support Center, TRIO offers counseling, tutoring, cultural enrichment and transfer assistance to help eligible students stay in college until earning a degree and/or transferring to a four-year college or university. TRIO support and assistance are designed to improve academic performance, increase grade point averages and facilitate transfer.
*Federally funded programs. Participants must meet eligibility criteria.
College can be challenging, especially for first-time students. Visit one of the Academic Support Centers, where professional learning specialists and peer tutors can assist you. The wide variety of free instructional support programs and services offered at the ASCs will help to ensure your academic success. Please visit the Academic Support Center website at www.DaytonaState.edu/ASC for updated information on services provided or email ASC@Daytonastate.edu. You can also visit or call an ASC at our regional campuses:
Daytona Beach Campus – Baker Hall (Bldg. 500), Rm. 124, and Mary Karl Learning Resources Center (Bldg. 210), Rm. 102
Flagler/Palm Coast Campus – Academic Hall (Bldg. 2), Rm. 104, and Student Services Center (Bldg.1), Rm. 122
New Smyrna Beach-Edgewater Campus – Academic Hall (Bldg. 2), Rm.104
DeLand Campus – Bert Fish Hall (Bldg. 6B), Rm. 217
Deltona Center – Fathi Hall (Bldg. 1), Rm. 104