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L. Gale Lemerand Center for Entrepreneurship Presents Chris Gilpin (as featured on ABC's Shark Tank) on Tuesday, April 12th, at 9:30 a.m., in the Hosseini Center (building 1200). Daytona State College graduate Chris Gilpin is a local entrepreneur who catapulted his startup to success and secured an investment on shark Tank. He will share that story and more as the featured speaker of the L. Gale Lemerand Entrepreneurial Speaker Series. His company, Signal Vault, designs and makes a revolutionary security product that
protects consumers from the new, high-tech crime of Crowd Hacking.
NEW - We have good news regarding your BAS textbooks! In an effort to serve you better, we're no longer administering the BAS Club textbook rental program through our offices. The textbooks have now been moved to the Daytona State College library system where you can check them out at the circulation desk through the 2015-2016 academic year with no fee! This new system offers you extended hours of operation and reduced cost with no texbook rental fees! Click here for detailed information.
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Remember that the faculty suggests that each student check this website twice a week for changes. Considering the rapid growth of the program, we cannot call every student nor can we maintain current email addresses for everyone. Staff will use this website and Falcon Mail to communicate with you.
Students may use BAS texts in library
The BAS textbooks may be borrowed from the Daytona State College Library System where students can check them out at the circulation desk each semester starting August 21st, 2014, through the 2015-2016 academic year with no fee! If BAS books are not available to check out, students may study using a BAS text while in the Daytona Beach campus of the library, though you may not remove the BAS "reserve copy" of the text you wish to use. There is at least one book for each course on reserve at the circulation desk.