Frequently Asked Questions
Thank you for visiting. We strive to make the scholarship process easy for all but are realistic to know that there will always be questions about the scholarship application and scholarship awarding process. If you do not find an answer to your question below, please e-mail your question to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your interest in our scholarship program.
Q: Where can I get scholarship applications?
A: Students can apply for Daytona State Foundation scholarships online. Click here to apply.
Q: Can high school seniors, who plan to attend Daytona State College, apply for scholarships?
A: Yes, if they meet the requirements of the scholarships.
Q: Do I have to be a full-time student to apply for scholarships?
A: No, unless specified by the scholarship requirements.
Q: How can I get information about Foundation scholarships?
A: Scholarship announcements are posted on the Daytona State web site and Facebook pages, on notice boards campus-wide and through student falconmail e-mail.
Q: How many scholarships can I receive?
A: If eligible and chosen, a student can receive one Daytona State College Foundation scholarship per semester.
Note: You may forfeit a scholarship if your eligibilty changes after the scholarship has been awarded.
Q: Who can apply for a scholarship?
A: Anyone who meets the requirements listed in the scholarship posting.
Q: If I start my application before the deadline, can I finish it and submit it after the deadline?
A: No. An application but be completed and submitted prior to the deadline date.
Q: If I do not write / send in a thank you note, will I still receive the scholarship I am awarded?
A: No. A thank you letter must be received prior to receiving the awarded scholarship.
Q: When will the scholarship be posted to a student's account?
A: Upon being chosen for a scholarship, a student's account is posted with the scholarship as a 'P' status, or pending. Following add/drop of the semester for which the scholarship is awarded, the 'P' status will be converted to an 'A' status, or awarded, as long as the student continues to meet the scholarship criteria.