A rendering of DSC's 2nd residence hall.

Support our students!

Our first Residence Hall on the Daytona Beach Campus has been a huge success. Since opening in Fall 2022, it has been home to 256 students, has been at full capacity since its first day of operation, and applications exceed bed space by more than 300%! Our residents come from Volusia and Flagler counties, across Florida, the U.S. and 36 countries.

We are ready to begin Phase Two. And we need your help. We've set an ambitious goal to raise $15 million to build a second student Residence Hall on the Daytona Beach Campus. Residence halls are not funded with state or college funds. Private donations from individuals, businesses and foundations will allow us to seek bank financing for the balance of the project. Your donation will ensure our Residence Hall will be an affordable and accessible option for our students.

Our goal is to break ground in April 2024 and host a ribbon cutting in July 2025.

These renderings and photos offer a glimpse into what our next on-campus living space can look like. 

Floorplan for the new residence hall

Fundraising goal of $15 million

DSC Foundation Capital Campaign

Watch us grow!

We are so excited to be part of a dynamic and engaging institution, and as our community partners, we know you are, too.

Daytona State College's mission centers on affordable, open access educational opportunities. As the premier source for education and training to facilitate individual advancement and economic development in Volusia and Flagler counties, we believe providing additional on-campus, affordable student housing helps us achieve those goals.

We have already raised $2.6 million. We are seeing an additional $12.4 million to ensure on-campus housing remains affordable and accessible, even for those students who receive financial aid to pursue their education.

Make your gift here, or contact the Daytona State College Foundation.

(386) 506-3195

Living are layout in the new dorm.

On-Campus Living

The second Residence Hall will be a state-of-the art living space in the heart of the Daytona Beach Campus.

  • Five-story building
  • 256 beds
  • Approximately 85,000 square feet
  • Initial plans include single room suites with four bedrooms in each suite, living area and kitchenette
  • Primarily geared towards second-year students
  • Amenities include laundry facilities, study areas and recreation space on each floor, plus on-campus dining and meal plans

Campus map showing 2nd dorm location

The 2nd Residence Hall will be located to the east of the current facility (Residence Halls East & West) on the Daytona Beach Campus. Residents will be within walking distance to classes, academic support areas, the Lemerand Student Center, dining hall, fitness center, and more.