Do no confuse this with the Office of Student Accounts that assists you with any questions related to your financial records at Daytona State College.
As a Daytona State student, you have access to different accounts that give you 24/7 access to information. Learn how to use these accounts to become more self-sufficient and save yourself a trip to campus by accessing the information from remote.
Daytona State student accounts are now receiving Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) protection. The addition of this Microsoft Office 365 feature provides better security from malicious emails and other attempts to compromise College accounts. With Microsoft MFA, you will be able to further secure your College login using the following methods:
If you have previously registered a verification method, you will automatically be prompted for your secondary verification after login, for example a text message or smartphone app notification. Students that have not previously registered a verification method will be prompted to enroll in the MFA solution when accessing Microsoft Office 365, Falcon Online, or the My.DaytonaState.Edu portal. Please follow the provided instructions when prompted to successfully complete the enrollment. For further assistance, review the Student MFA FAQ (https://studentmfa.daytonastate.edu).
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the IT HelpDesk at HelpDesk@daytonastate.edu or 386-506-3950
Your MyDaytonaState portal provides you with access to Falcon Self-Service. This mobile-friendly site allows you to register for classes, review transcripts and check for to-do list items such as financial aid documents or outstanding transcripts. There are too many options to list here!
You can find more information about the features and functions or find contact information about the MyDaytonaState portal on the MyDaytonaState InfoGuide.
Falcon Online is a student portal that provides you with access to online course materials. Each class (fully online or not) has what is known as a course shell. Each shell will include information like a syllabus and access to your assignment grades. For fully online and hybrid courses, you will also find additional course materials, such as videos, articles, websites and more as part of your curriculum. You will also complete assignments there, such as submitting essays and worksheets, completing quizzes and exams and participating in online discussion boards. You will gain access to your course shells as of the first day of class.
VIsit the Falcon Online InfoGuide for an overview and learn how to use the features and functions.
The DSC Library has a wide variety of reference materials for academic and personal use. You can access:
Learn how to login to gain access to these materials.
Career Services offers assistance in on-campus with trained representatives, via job fairs and online with a student portal full of resources. The first step to accessing the online resources and setting up a your employment profile is to set up your Career Services Student Portal. This is similar to creating a Career Builder or Monster account. Once you do, you will be able to watch videos, look for current jobs available and even submit your resume for employers to see.
Setting up an account is easy. Once you will be able to look for current jobs available and even submit your resume for employers to see. Watch this video to learn how to set up your Career Services Portal account.