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Alpha Epsilon Rho – National Broadcasting Society
Advisor – Anita Bevins, 506-3936, Daytona Campus – WDSC-TV (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.
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American Sign Language
Advisor - Erik Hoover, Ph: 506-4622, Daytona Campus – Davidson Hall (340/213A)
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
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American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)
Advisor - Bethany Creamer, Ph: 506-4158, Daytona Campus (300/236)
ASID offers students the opportunity to prepare for rewarding careers in interior design by belonging to the leading association representing designers, industry and students. Through ASID membership, students can participate in a wide variety of learning experiences. Through interaction with thousands of practitioners and industry contacts, student members gain insight into the interior design profession.
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Anime & Gaming Guild
Advisor - Harold Orndorff III, Ph: 506-3433, Daytona Campus (330) 
This club seeks to expand the knowledge and understanding of Japanese animation and video gaming in our culture, as well as work throughout the school to unite interested parties.
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Art Club
Advisor -
Trent Berning, Daytona Campus (220/123)
To provide an opportunity for students to communicate and collaborate on art and art related activities.
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Bachelor of Applied Science Club (BAS)
Advisor - Nicole Brown, Ph: 506-3628,Daytona Campus (150/400)
The purpose of this organization is to promote academic success, career development, fellowship and community service among students in the Bachelor of Applied Science program. This organization embraces the belief that the study and practices of the principles of supervision and management adds economic and social value to the workplace and the community.

Baptist Collegiate Ministries
Advisor- Vickie Brown, 506-3960; Job Clement, 506-3403, Daytona Campus- Wetherell Canter (100/205)
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.
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Bass Fishing Club
Advisor – Matthew Davids, 785-2203, DeLand – Fathi Hall 106
The primary purpose of the club shall be to encourage camaraderie, sportsmanship, integrity, conservation and development of the skills and knowledge needed to be successful anglers by competing with other schools in FLW and other local and regional tournaments.
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Campus Crusade for Christ (CCFC)
Advisors - Cindy McAvoy, Ph: 506-3354, Daytona Campus, Annex (100/108)
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.
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Computer Technology Club
Advisor-
Edwin Rowland, 506-4119, ATC, (1/175D)
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.
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Education Club
Advisor - Lynn Hartley, Ph: 506-3931, Daytona Campus (200/325)
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.
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Environmental & Animal Welfare Club
Advisor - Jane Davis, Ph: 506-3987, Daytona Campu- Greene Center (340/213); 
The purpose of this organization is to provide an opportunity for students to actively participate in the improvement of the environment around campus and in our community, as well as the world in general, and thereby realize that the solutions to world problems can be achieved through individual and small group involvement. Wanna join? Visit our website at www.daytonastate.edu/green
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Encounter
Advisor - Rabecka Collins, Ph: 506-3584, Daytona Campus- (500/109);
The purpose of this organization is to provide an opportunity for students to experience and encounter with God.
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Falcons Flag Football
Advisor – Lori Lemoine, 506-3486, Daytona Campus – Lenholt Student Center (130/110)
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 on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, or national origin.
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Falcon Veterans Society
Advisor – John McNeely, 246-4808, Flagler Campus- Academic Hall (2/113), John Darnell, 506-3065, Daytona Campus, (130/125), Amy Osmon, 785-2055, Deland Campus- Academic Hall (4/112), Tom Swain, 423-6713, NSB Campus- Academic Hall (2/144)
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.
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Florida Nursing Student Association (FNSA)
Advisors - Deborah Horvan, (DB 320/244); Karen Reilly, Ph: 506-3742, Daytona Campus (320/316)
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.
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Gay-Straight Alliance
Advisor - Margaret Karda, Ph: 506-4219, Daytona Campus (540/224); Jean Kinder Rhodes, Daytona Campus (540/224)
The purpose of the Gay-Straight Alliance is 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.
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Global Friends – International Student Organization
Advisor - John Brady, Ph: 506-3837, Daytona Campus (110/206), Vida Renaud, 506-3141, Daytona Campus, (100/224R)
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.
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Health Information Management Student Association (HIMSA)
Advisor - Geraldine Rimstidt, Ph: 506-3823, Daytona Campus (320/548) 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.

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History Club
Advisor -Dr. Nancy Duke, Ph: 506-4838, Flagler/Palm Coast Campus
The History Club formed in the spring of 1997 in an effort to unite students interested in history and current events. The club has recently sponsored history film series, lectures, and field trips to historic sites.
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Human Services Club (HSC)
Advisor - Arlene Saum, Ph: 506-3430, Daytona Campus (330/207),
The Human Services Club was formed during the 1996-97 school year by students enrolled in the Human Services Program.The club introduces the students to the human services and social work professions, through guest speakers and participation in professional conferences and community activities.
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Humanities Club
Advisor -Vincent Piazza, Ph: 785-2079, DeLand Campus (7/156)
We discuss world cultural topics; enhance student knowledge; encourage open discussion in the field of arts and history; stimulate multi-cultural interest and consequent enrichment of tests in the DeLand Library as well as campus arts; inform students of college programs and initiatives; organize field trips; and expand critical thinking.
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Intelligent Design and Evolution Awareness Club (IDEA)
Advisor - Dr. Donald S. May, Ph: 506-4436 Daytona Campus – Education Hall (200/308)
The IDEA Club encourages open discussion, debate and dialogue and utilizes the scientific method and empirical data to promote the idea that life was designed by an intelligent designer
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IMPROV Club
Advisor - Samantha Stern, Ph: 506-1903 Daytona Campus – News Journal Center (114)
To provide a creative performance and play opportunities to DSC students. Improv promotes confidence, creative thinking, and working with others which are all imprtant skills in the professional realm.
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Kappa Delta Pi
Advisor - Joy Lewis, Ph: 506-3683, Daytona Campus (100/224L)
This club is an International Honor society in education which strives to provide educators with service, scholarship, and development.
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Latin Student Organization (LASO)
Advisor - Frank Gunshanan, Ph: 506-3275 Daytona Campus  (540/206)
To promote a safe and welcoming environment and to educate students about Latin Culture. Serve as an ESOL resource for students and connect new students to campus life.
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Leo Omega
Advisor - Lynn Hawkins, Ph:785-2047, Deland Campus- Academic Hall (4/128)
To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding.
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Music Industry Club
Advisor-
Daniel Mixer, Ph: 506-1923, Goddard Performance Hall (230)
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
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Outreach Club of Flagler
Advisor - Dr. John McNeely, Ph: 246-4808, FPC (2/109);
The purpose of this organization is to provide outreach for the Family Phoenix Project.
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Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
Advisors - Steven Pruitt, Ph. 506-3366, Daytona Campus, Bldg 130/ Room 111

Phi Theta Kappa is a national honors society with a chapter (Mu Rho) recognized at Daytona State College. The local chapter has officers and advisors at all campuses.
Includes community events, student-centered events, and student publications.
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Psychology Club of Flagler Palm Coast 
Advisors - John McNeeley, Ph: 246-4808, Flagler/Palm Coast Campus (2/113),Dr. Michael Mallott, Ph: 785-2231, Deland Campus (4/124)
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.
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Rocketry Club
Advisor - Gajendra Tulsian, Ph: 506-3779, Daytona Campus (410/209); Michael E. Olson, Ph:506-3808, Daytona Campus (410/210)
The purpose of this organization is to launch rockets for educational and recreational purposes as well as compete in the NASA rocketry competition during the spring semesters.
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Rotaract Club 
Advisor - Ram Nayar, Ph: 506-3776, Daytona Campus (410/110), Kathy Miltenberger, Ph: 789-7346, Deltona Campus (221)
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.  daytonastate.edu/rotaract/index.html
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Science Club
Advisor - Dr. Christian Rivera, 506-3711, Daytona Campus – Arts & Sciences Hall (330/205)
To promote an interest in science through hands-on learning activities and workshops, and to help our community and college through service.
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Sigma Beta Delta (SBD)
Advisor - Cindy Somers, Ph: 506-3086, Daytona Campus- Baccalaureate Studies Hall (150/400D)
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.
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Sigma Kappa Delta
Advisor -Lavaughn Towell, Ph: 506-3617, Daytona Campus (540/211); Sam Goldstein, Ph: 506-3617, Daytona Campus- Health Sciences Hall (320/240); Paulette Marek, Ph: 785-2078, Deland Campus (4/128)
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.
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Student American Dental Hygienists Association (SADHA)
Advisor - Pam Ridilla, Ph: 506-785-2093, Deland Campus- Bert Fish (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
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Student Government Association (SGA)
Advisors - Bruce Cook, Ph: 506-4417 (130/116), Lori Lemoine, Ph:506-3486 Daytona Campus (130/110) 
Karen Braley, Ph: 246-4821, Flagler Campus- Academic Hall (2/133)
Melinda Hamilton, Ph: 423-6321, New Smyrna Campus (1/108)
Philip Rogers, Ph:785-2202, Deltona/ DeLand Campus (7/148)
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 each Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. in building 130, room 154 on the Daytona Campus.
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Student Massage Therapy Association (SMTA)
Advisor - Richard Smith, Ph: 506-3229, Daytona Campus  (320/137)
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.
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Student Occupational Therapy Assistant Association (SOTA)
Advisor -Mary Beth Craig-Oatley, Ph: 506-3624, Daytona Campus (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.
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Student Paralegal Association (SPA)
Advisor - Linda Cupick, Ph: 506-3511, Daytona Campus- Education Hall (200/422); Todd Richardson, Ph: 506-3202, Daytona Campus- Education Hall (200/ 418)
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.
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Student Photography Association
Advisor -Roger Linke, Ph: 506-3280, Daytona Campus (530/227A)
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.
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Student Publications
Advisor - Elena Jarvis, Ph: 506-3268, Daytona Campus- Photography Hall (530)
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 506-3686, or InMotion@DaytonaState.edu.
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Student Respiratory Care Association (SRCA)
Advisor - Melanie McDonough, Ph: 506-3759, Daytona Campus- Health Science Hall (320/426)
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.
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Surf Club
Advisor - Bruce Cook, Ph: 506-4417, Daytona Campus (130/116)
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.
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Table Top Gaming Club
Advisor - Debra Leonard, Ph: 506-3469 Daytona Campus (500/116)
To provide a social and recreational opportunity for students to learn about strategic board gaming and interactive tabletop roe playing games.
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Those Who Wander
Advisor -
Jill Clark, Ph: 785-2016, DeLand Campus – Academic Hall (4/2016)
We, the creative writing club, strive to provide and atmosphere of positive support and feedback for the betterment of individual and group growth as it relates to artistic development.   We plan to develop, address, and fulfill the literary interests and talents of students with those who desire to participate
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Last updated: 2014-11-04T21:17:30.816Z