Daytona Beach, Florida Campus
Our eastern campus in Daytona Beach, Florida — located adjacent to Daytona Beach International Airport and less than 15 minutes from the Atlantic Ocean — serves more than 5,200 students, and offers 23 undergraduate degrees, 11 graduate degrees, two doctoral degrees and seven programs that combine bachelor's and master's degrees in a five-year accelerated process.
The Daytona Beach Campus supports 150 student organizations and clubs; Army, Air Force and Navy ROTC; 17 intercollegiate men's and women's sports; and many intramural team and club sports.
CAMPUS ESTABLISHED: 1965
LOCATION: Daytona Beach, Florida is a coastal city on the Atlantic Ocean, and is the home of NASCAR’s Daytona 500 auto race. The campus is one hour from Orlando, Cape Canaveral and the historic city of St. Augustine.
STUDENTS: Approximately 5,200 total students, from 50 states and 98 countries; 14 percent international; 16 percent female.
STUDENT/FACULTY RATIO: 15:1
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE: 23
RESIDENCE OPTIONS: Co-ed living is available to meet every need, from traditional college suite to University-owned off-campus apartment living in eight unique residential centers (36 percent of students live on campus)
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS: 150 organizations, from academic and professional groups to sports and leisure clubs.
ROTC: Programs include Army, Navy and the award-winning Air Force ROTC Detachment 157. Based in the modern, two-story ROTC Center on campus, cadets in all corps study in state-of-the-art classrooms. A 24-hour computer lab is reserved exclusively for cadet use. ROTC offers attractive scholarships to qualified students.
ATHLETICS: NAIA, The Sun Conference. Seventeen intercollegiate men
and women’s teams.
Men's teams: baseball, basketball, cross-country, golf, soccer, tennis and track.
Women's teams: cross-country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and volleyball.
Third-place finish in the 2011-12 Learfield Sports Directors' Cup, which recognizes the best overall athletic program in the NAIA. Thirteen consecutive Sun Conference Commissioner's Cup titles. One team national championship, in men's basketball. Sixteen individual national titles.
CAMPUS SIZE: 185 acres adjacent to Daytona Beach International Airport, including academic, flight line, residential and recreational resources
FACILITIES: Newer Construction: Jim W. Henderson Administration and Welcome Center (37,000 square feet); James Hagedorn Aviation Complex (99,500 square feet), including Flight Operations Building, Samuel M. Goldman Fleet Maintenance Hangar and Emil Buehler Aviation Maintenance Science Building; College of Business (57,090 square feet); Apollo Hall student housing (62,540 square feet); Tine Davis Fitness Center (12,350 square feet)
Future Construction:Greek housing; College of Arts & Sciences building; Student Union
Also of note: College of Aviation building; Lehman Engineering and Technology Center
TUITION 2012-13: Undergraduate: $30,720; room and board approximately $9,340 depending on plan; Graduate tuition: $1,230 per credit hour. Flight costs and mandatory campus user fees not included. See all costs .
FINANCIAL AID: More than 98 percent of students receive some form of achievement-based and/or need-based state, federal or institutional assistance, including ROTC scholarships.
DEGREES OFFERED: Visit the Daytona Beach Campus site for a complete listing of degrees and programs.