The Student Appeals Office provides students an opportunity to appeal certain situations (based on documented extenuating circumstances.) The college will accept an appeal of college policies to assist students who have experienced an extraordinary set of circumstances. Extraordinary circumstances are limited to a serious illness/prolonged hospitalization, death of an immediate family member, an extreme unforeseen emergency, or non-voluntary military activation. In order to file an appeal, it is important for a student to follow the Appeals Process very carefully.
Career Placement Office
The Career Placement staff looks forward to helping you explore and define your career and educational goals so that you can select appropriate courses and head down the path to a career you will truly enjoy. Services are available to all currently enrolled students and all alumni of Daytona State College. Our goal is to help you prepare for your job search and secure employment in your field of study. We can also help you secure part-time or temporary work that is ideal for students. The Career Placement Office is available to assist you with employability skill preparation, resume writing, video interview practice and job placement. Office staff utilizes a career services on-line system to help you identify area employers in your field of study.
Counseling services include individual and crisis counseling. Counseling is available on a limited basis to assist you with personal challenges that might interfere with your success in College. This service also includes assisting you in identifying College and community resources that you may need for on-going therapeutic intervention or long-term assistance. In addition, crisis intervention workshops and suicide prevention are offered throughout the year and are available for groups by request on all Daytona State campuses. The Counseling staff listens to problems and issues facing students and attempts to help students resolve them in the most simple and direct way at the lowest level possible.
Judicial Affairs Office
This office investigates and seeks to resolve student disciplinary issues and allegations of violations of the Daytona State Student Code of Conduct Rules published in the Student Handbook. Unless otherwise stated, judicial administrative meetings and student disciplinary hearings are held in the college’s Campus Safety Office (Bailey Hall-Building 540) on the Daytona Beach Campus. Reasonable arrangements will be made for distance learning students who are unable to attend meetings on the Daytona Beach Campus.
Accessibility Services Office
Counseling & Accessibility Services (CAS) offers support services and academic accommodations for Daytona State students with documented disabilities. The CAS department includes private testing rooms and an adaptive computer lab on the Daytona Beach Campus. CAS counselors are available on all campuses. The CAS office provides alternative testing based on certain accommodations in the classroom, CAS office, or a suitable authorized location at the College.
The Student Development Office investigates and seeks to resolve student equity concerns and allegations of violations regarding sexual harassment and discrimination based on race, gender, religion, national origin, disability or genetic information. Students may submit a formal complaint to the Question & Answer Center on any college campus. The Question & Answer Center staff will collect the information and forward it to the Dean of Student Development for review and resolution at the lowest level possible. Depending on the nature of the concern, students may submit information directly to the Dean. Reasonable arrangements will be made for distance learning students who are unable to attend meetings on the Daytona Beach Campus.
Student standard hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The college will close at 5pm prior to all federal holidays that are observed by the college such as the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, and the day before Independence Day (if a weekday). Please see individual office websites for additional hours during peak periods of registration. The college is closed on the following days and the Student Development Offices will not be available:
Our standard hours of operation are: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Summer Hours: May 25-Aug. 3, 2018 - 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-noon, Fridays. The college will close at 5 p.m. prior to all federal holidays that are observed by the college such as the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, and the day before Independence Day (if a weekday). For more information on when the college is closed please view the Academic Calendar or contact us at (386) 506-4401.