Room : BSN 2104
Daniel Santos is an academic advisor with the University of South Florida Muma College of Business undergraduate program. He started in September 2022. In this role, his responsibilities include advising students regarding their academic plans and progress, academic schedule, choice of major, and other academic activities and career goals to assist students in deciding on personal, educational goals leading toward graduation. In addition, he advises students regarding academic program requirements, degree progression, academic policies and procedures, co-curricular activities, career planning, and campus resources.
Santos also works as an academic advisor and adjunct professor at Valencia College. Prior to joining higher education, he was an assistant principal in K-12 schools in Lake County, Florida. He has worked as a Spanish teacher, math coach, instructional dean, and college and career program specialist supporting high schools and middle schools.
Santos earned an Ed.D. from the University of Central Florida in the Educational Leadership Executive track, an Ed.S. from National Louis University in Educational Leadership/Administration and Supervision, and an M.Ed. from USF in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on teaching English as a second language.