Current adjunct faculty who have taught the two most current major semesters (Fall/Spring) are eligible for tuition reimbursement for courses taken at Daytona State College up to six (6) credit hours per semester. Courses eligible for reimbursement are limited to preparatory courses and those that apply towards a degree or vocational certificate. Tuition reimbursement is only available for courses leading to the first certificate / degree earned at the specific level. Employees taking courses after obtaining a degree (at Daytona State College or any regionally accredited institution) may only be eligible for limited reimbursement through Professional Development (PD). This benefit does not extend to the adjunct faculty’s spouse or dependent(s).
Fees for all college courses taken at Daytona State College, except those that are self-supporting, may be covered. Adjunct faculty are not permitted to take classes during normal working schedules, unless approved by the respective Vice President in writing. If the employee separates from the College during the semester the benefit is received, reimbursement of the expense by the College will not be required.
Please contact the Human Resources at (386) 506-3839 for more information or instructions.
A full service credit union, which offers free checking accounts, is available in Building 300, Daytona Beach Campus. For additional information, call (386) 506-3040 or visit http://www.financialedufcu.com.
Contact Campus Safety Department, extension 4444, immediately if you are injured while performing the duties of your employment with the College. If you wish to seek medical attention you must call Joanna Viscuso at (386) 506-3659 or Kathleen Wrenn (386) 506-4404), if you want medical treatment or if after hours, Campus Safety can give you the information. In an emergency, always call 911 first.
Current library hours for the Daytona Campus and DeLand Campus can be found at http://library.daytonastate.edu/. For other campus library services see your campus Administrative Office. College students, faculty, and staff may borrow five items on a topic and may have a total of 20 items on loan at any one time.