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Get Involved & Create Connections

Student Life promotes student leadership development and education through formal and informal learning experiences. The department collaborates with faculty to promote student success enhancing teaching and learning beyond the classroom.

Participating in clubs and organizations on campus provides students an opportunity to acquire leadership, planning, and social skills that are important for success.

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Request a Workshop

Student Life offers a wide array of workshops to ensure your success. Email us and request a workshop today! In your request email please let us know the club or department name; and the time, date, location, and workshop requested

Current Workshops

Club Funding System

In Motion - Newspaper

In Motion is a student newspaper in every sense of the word. The staff is composed entirely of students. Editorial decisions are made by students, with input from staff and faculty advisors. Editorial decisions should reflect the collective will of the entire editorial staff and not that of a single editor. The philosophical and ethical standards of the student newspaper should reflect those of mainstream, for-profit publications. The right to publish carries a heavy burden of fairness, accuracy, balance, and relevance.  

Aeolus Literary Magazine

Aeolus is made by and for Daytona State College students.
Aeolus Literary Magazine invites our to travel through time and space, beyond ocean and sky, as we lead you on a journey to enchantment.

Office of Student Life

Contact Us

StudentLife@DaytonaState.edu
(386) 506-3131
(386) 506-3366

Office Hours

Summer Hours: May 16 - Aug 6

Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - Noon

If you are an outside business that would like to use indoor space for lectures and/or workshops, please contact the Events Coordinator:

Kendra Loughry
Events Coordinator
(386) 506-4545

If you would like to book a classroom, please contact:

Frank Mercer
(386) 506-4461

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