Daytona is an above-average for-profit college located in Ormond Beach, Florida. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 235 undergraduate students. The Daytona acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Medical Assistant, Medical Insurance Coding, and Massage Therapy and Bodywork. Graduating 70% of students, Daytona alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $13,600.
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- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.7 responses
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Daytona College Reviews
I'm learning a lot in my studies, and that will help me find a new job in a field I've never been in before. The only downside is the workload I think. I know it's only two classes per five week period, but it makes it hard for people who are adult students like me to return to learning after not being in that mindset for years. For example, one class can have two quizzes, two assignments, an instructor assignment, a mandatory discussion board, and three chapters worth of reading per week. Multiply that by two and it gets to be a little much for me personally. Not to mention every class has a rough draft and final for a project that is due on week three and five respectfully. Other than that I like the school, the teachers, my peers, and the knowledge that I've learned so far.
I love Daytona College, because it's very flexible and understands that I have a life outside of taking classes. I am able to take my classes online from home, so I can complete assignments at any time of day, and the work for each class is separated week by week so it's easy to keep track of all my assignments. Only down side I can think of is how some of my classes were scheduled. You have two classes in a five week period, and two of my classes were named so close together I got really confused as to which class was which. I took Medical Data Management and Medical Record Management in the same 5 week period, tell me that isn't the most confusing thing ever. Other than that I'm very happy I chose Daytona College.
Applying to the college is a breeze, they literally take care of everything for you, they talk to you one on one so that you have a good understanding of what programs they offer, and then walk you through each step needed to fill out paperwork and take care of what otherwise would have been the mess of applying for student loans. The teachers there are very nice, and try to keep in contact with all their students through out each course to make sure we have all our questions answered and if we are struggling they reach out to us to see if they can help. All in all it's an awesome school to be a part of.