Diversity Profile

AA/EEO Office: 

Office of Equity and Inclusion

Daytona State College prohibits discrimination and assures equal access, equal educational opportunity and equal employment opportunity to all persons regardless of age, ancestry, belief, color, disability, ethnicity, genetic information, gender, marital status, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex, and veteran status. Our pledge covers recruitment, admission, registration, financial help, counseling, advising, course offerings, extracurricular programs, facilities, health services, athletics, employment and its privileges and benefits. To obtain more information about the College’s equal access and equal opportunity policies, procedures and practices, please telephone Lonnie Thompson, Director of Equity & Inclusion, at (386) 506-3973, or write to him at: 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach, Fl. 32114

Sexual Harrassment Policy

Contact Info: 

Lonnie Thompson
Director of Equity & Inclusion
Wetherell Center, Bldg 100, Room 316
(386) 506-3973 

Robin Barr
Associate Vice President of Human Resources/Employment Equity
Wetherell Center, Building 100, Room 303L
(386) 506-4473

Keith Kennedy
Dean Student Development/Title IX Coordinator
Wetherell Center, Building 100, Room 210
(386) 506-3562

Alison Mohr
Athletic Coordinator,  School of Health & Wellness
Lemerand Center, Building 310, Room 242
(386) 506-3400

Additional Contacts' Information

Organizations/clubs/social networks: 

Faculty and Staff Resources

Career Employee Association

  • To improve working conditions for all career employees. To improve communication and working relations among career employees, professionals, faculty and the administration of Daytona State College. To encourage professional growth by offering new ideas, suggestions and sharing common concerns.

Association of Florida Colleges

  • AFC is the only organization in Florida that belongs to and supports us as community college employees. Its purpose is to help the Florida Legislature understand the community college role in higher education and to advocate for strong and viable community colleges in Florida.

Student Disability Services

Student Clubs and Organizations

Community: 
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