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DSC Hurricane Recovery Information & Resources

As our community recovers from Hurricane Ian, this page will be updated with information and resources for faculty, staff and students, please check back regularly.


 Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

At some point, we all need help coping with stress, depression, financial issues, or emotional well-being. DSC's Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is free to employees and their family members. 

Connect with EAP support through our provider, Health Advocate, 24 hrs. a day, 7 days a week. Call 888-293-6948 or visit healthadvocate.com/standard3

Dr. Tom LoBasso officially opens the new residence hall.

DSC celebrates the opening of the new Residence Hall

On May 5, 2022, in front of an audience of more than 200 students, faculty, staff, and members of the community, Daytona State College officials cut the ceremonial ribbon to mark the completion of the new student residence hall. Located on the Daytona Beach Campus, the four story, 252-bed facility opens its doors to DSC’s first-ever on-campus residents this summer. The residence hall was designed to be an affordable option within reach for all students, including those on financial aid and scholarships. Read more here. 
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In Motion, DSC's Student Newspaper

In Motion, DSC's student newspaper, serves as a practical learning experience for students, particularly those interested in careers in multi-media journalism, photography, advertising, graphic arts, electronic media, marketing, public relations, or related careers. Lessons learned as staff members apply to many careers including law, education, business, and politics. 
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Outstanding employee award winner Ted Sofianos

Congratulations to Ted Sofianos

Recognizing Dr. Ted Sofianos, Assistant Chair, School of Student Life Skills

Dr. Ted Sofianos joined us in 2005, beginning in the Center for Business and Industry, moving to Planning Development & Institutional Effectiveness, and then to Resource Development. In 2015 he transitioned to the School of Student Life Skills where he served as an associate professor on the Flagler/Palm Coast Campus. In August 2019 he was appointed as Assistant Chair of the SLS department.

Ted serves as the Assessment Liaison for the department and has created videos to assist new instructors with collecting data on their courses. He conducts classroom observations and is a mentor for new instructors at the Flagler/Palm Coast Campus and at local high schools. He is a member of the Retention Committee, has served as the department representative to the Faculty Senate and supported the Speech Department as an adjunct instructor.

Ted goes above and beyond for every student he works with, assisting them with career information and connecting them with faculty or members of the community. He gets consistently positive ratings from students he works with.

He has also served as an announcer and broadcaster for Daytona State Falcons soccer matches.

Ted is very involved in the Flagler/Palm Coast community, serving as a board member for Flagler Take Stock in Children and volunteering his time with the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association Scholarship Committee.

Please join me in congratulating Ted for his outstanding service and commitment to our mission.