Frequently Asked Questions
Is Daytona College an accredited school?
Yes. Daytona College is licensed by means of accreditation through the Commission for Independent Education, Florida Department of Education. Daytona College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges.
What types of financial assistance do you offer or accept for those who qualify?
a. Federal Pell Grant
b. Subsidized/Unsubsidized Federal Direct Stafford/Plus loans
c. Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
d. Florida Bright Futures Scholarship
e. Florida Prepaid College Plan
f. Approved for Veteran’s Training
What if I want to transfer credits from another school?
Students never having attended Daytona College must present an official transcript of record to be evaluated and considered for awarding of credit towards completion of all programs.
Do you help with career placement?
Absolutely! Daytona College provides placement assistance to all of our students and graduates. We work with our graduates to help them prepare for their career search with resume review and interview preparation services. We also help to locate open positions for our graduates that are seeking employment.
How do I apply to Daytona College?
The first step of the process is filling out the contact page on our website or call our admissions office to schedule an information session. For online programs, please call toll-free at 877-308-9849. For our programs offered on campus, please call 386-267-0565.
Does Daytona College offer salon and spa services to the public?
Yes, the Spa at Daytona College offers a number of services. Our students must go through a process to ensure their quality of service before performing in the Spa. For more information about our Spa please call: 386-267-0565 or visit on Spa Menu.