They are also here for the protection of campus personnel and students. What else do they have to offer?
Visit the Campus Safety for more information.
Daytona State College is pleased to announce our mass notification system, DSC Alert. DSC Alert is a multi-modal mass notification system that enables DSC to quickly send critical information to the College community via text, phone, and email during an emergency. Students also may receive non-emergency (outreach) communication including information on Registration, Financial Aid, College events, and other messages intended to make the enrollment process easier and improve your DSC experience. All DSC students are automatically opted into DSC Alert when they begin classes and will receive this service at no charge.
After enrolling at DSC, you will receive an email at your DSC email address letting you know that the system has been activated and providing the link to the page where you can set up your account and select which types of outreach communications you would like to receive. The link is Falcon Online.
Once on the page, click the Sign Me Up! link and follow instructions to set up your account. Please use your DSC email address with the firstname.lastname@example.org format. If you don’t do anything, you are automatically opted in, but we encourage you visit the webpage to ensure that your account is set up to your preferences.
It's also important to keep your phone number current in the DSC system. To update your phone number, log in to your MyDaytonaState page and select My Profile > Campus Personal Data > Phone Numbers.
We want you to be safe, but you play a role in that as well. Being aware of your surroundings, having a plan and knowing your resources are equally important as having a Campus Safety presence.
There are a number of situations that college students may face throughout their time at any institution. These include:
If you have questions related to any of these situations, visit Campus Safety’s Safety/Awareness page for short videos and information to be informed.