Daytona College has dedicated career services representatives to assist students in preparing to enter the workforce. We assist any student and graduate with prospective leads of job opportunities. Training in the field of massage therapy, skincare, cosmetology, allied health and business includes guidance and information on locations of occupational outlets, marketing, networking, and interview strategies as students seek employment in their chosen field.
Although no one is authorized by the college to guarantee employment or a minimum starting salary, we will provide assistance and guidance to help the student and graduate become successful in their field.
Students at Daytona College, the Ormond Beach campus, are encouraged to participate in planned activities that may include community outreach, volunteer experiences, discipline acknowledgment days, special college functions and other announced activities.
In addition, Students in the Therapeutic Massage, Natural Health, Therapeutic Massage and Skincare, Cosmetology and Aesthetics Skincare programs participate in clinics that serve the public as a part of their curriculum. Medical Assisting students participate in clinic for training purposes, but it is not a public clinic
Academic advising is made available to all students enrolled in programs at Daytona College. The staff and administration of Daytona College are available at all times to assist students facing problems, which interfere with satisfactory progress. The instructors are available by appointment for extra help and lesson review. Students in need of assistance outside the scope of the college will be referred to a community agency.
Learning Resource Center
A separate library is housed in the college with Internet access computers, reference materials and periodicals to complement our programming. Daytona College additionally subscribes to an electronic library system (LIRN) that all residential and distance education students have access to via the Internet. Library and Information Resources Network (LIRN)
Services Offered by the Institution for Individuals with Disabilities
Reasonable Accommodations Policy: Individuals with Disabilities Effective April 2010
Daytona College does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of physical or mental disability and is fully committed to providing reasonable accommodations, including appropriate auxiliary aids and services, to qualified individuals with a disability, unless providing such accommodations would result in an undue burden or fundamentally alter the nature of the relevant program, benefit, or service provided by the College.
To request an auxiliary aid or service students should contact the Campus Director or Director of Online at 425 South Nova Road, Ormond Beach, Florida 32174. Individuals requesting auxiliary aid or service will need to complete an Application. To enable Daytona College to provide timely auxiliary aid or service, the College requests that individuals complete and submit the Application no later than six weeks before the first day of classes, or as soon as practical. Disagreements regarding an appropriate auxiliary aid and alleged violations of this policy may be raised pursuant to the College’s grievance procedures.