The Center for Women and Men is the department at Daytona State College that directs a number of student services. Online or in person this is the place to explore if you are in need of daycare assistance, food for the day or for the week, help with housing, help with the cost of books, transportation issues, or a new outfit for a job interview. The Center even has a class for those who are not yet enrolled at DSC but have a desire to return to school. The Center for Women and Men is located in Building 300 room 227 on the Daytona Beach Campus.
The Center for Women and Men offers a limited library of textbooks available to qualified individuals, books are loaned on a first come basis. Loans begin one week prior to the first day of semester for A.S. Degree or Certificate programs, and during the first week of class for all other programs. Please contact by the Center for Men and Women to see if you qualify.
TRIO is Educational Opportunity for Low-Income and Disabled Americans. For more than 30 years, America’s federally funded TRIO Programs have been helping students from low-income families to finish high school, enter college and successfully graduate. Today, more than 2,600 TRIO Programs serve nearly 823, 000 students. More than 1,200 colleges, universities and agencies offer TRIO Programs throughout the United States and an estimated two million TRIO students have earned college degrees.
TRiO programs identify and provide services for low-income and first-generation college students, as well as individuals with disabilities, helping them progress through the academic pipeline from middle school to post-baccalaureate programs.
TRiO Student Support Services can help you maximize your academic potential, as well as reach your career and personal goals. We successfully serve 160 Daytona State College students annually, and those who participate in our programs are twice as likely to graduate with a bachelor’s degree than students from similar backgrounds who do not participate.
TRiO Educational Talent Search is offered in partnership with Daytona State College and Volusia and Flagler County Schools. It provides academic, career and financial counseling to eligible middle and high school students and encourages them to pursue their postsecondary education. Talent Search also encourages those who have not completed their high school or postsecondary education to return to the classroom.
The TRiO Upward Bound Program is housed on the Daytona Beach and Deltona campuses and serves 54 high school students each year, providing them opportunities to participate in educational activities that build their academic skills, increase motivation and improve their self-confidence. Personal, career and academic counseling, as well as prescriptive instruction and tutorial assistance in math, science, English and foreign language, are key components of the program. Students also are eligible to receive incentive stipends and participate in educational and cultural enrichment activities.The program administers Saturday Sessions and Summer Academies.