The Office of the Registrar is charged with maintaining accurate records of class enrollment. Faculty Attendance Verification and Final Grade Reporting serve two important purposes. One purpose is to ensure that college records are accurate and complete and that faculty have reliable class lists on which to post student grades at the end of the term. The reporting may also trigger information about financial aid implications. The second purpose is to comply with state and federal regulations regarding financial assistance. All faculty are required to report attendance and final grades according to procedures and schedules defined by the Office of Academic Affairs and the Records Office. Each session, a memo is sent to all faculty from their department chair notifying them of the deadlines and procedures for reporting attendance and final grades.
Questions about these processes may be directed to your Chairperson or the Records Office at (386) 506-3876.
Starting Fall 2023, Daytona State College will no longer be using Civitas Early Alerts. Instead, we have transitioned to TargetX Faculty Early Alerts. TargetX Faculty Early Alerts allows faculty members to identify students who may be struggling academically or personally and provide them with timely support. The software is integrated into our newly adopted Salesforce CRM, which provides a centralized platform for managing student data and interactions. To understand the best practices to complete alerts, please refer to the sections below.
Faculty have two available methods to access TargetX. The first (1). is through an email during alerts windows and the second (2). is through a direct link. Both processes are outlined below.
Below are the basics of sending alerts (and/or kudos) to students. If instructors or faculty have questions, there is a more detailed guide available upon request. Please send requests and questions regarding best practices to Alexis.Ruiz@DaytonaState.Edu. For technical help, please email HelpDesk@DaytonaState.Edu.
All faculty are required to submit final grades no later than midnight on the last day of session. The Academic Calendar for each term indicates the date by which grades are due. Each semester, the Records Office will provide a memo including instructions and deadlines for grade submission to the Vice President of Academic Affairs/College Provost and to all Department Chairs, who will then forward it to all faculty via email.