North Florida Community College is dedicated to student success. For over 50 years, NFCC has provided the North Florida region, including the counties of Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee and Taylor, and beyond access to high quality educational, cultural and community building opportunities.
EXCEPTIONAL FACULTY AND STAFF: At NFCC students find a small campus atmosphere that is infused with quality instruction, exceptionally talented faculty and highly trained staff. Our exceptional faculty members bring a world of knowledge and experience into the classroom and help prepare NFCC graduates to enter the workforce or continue their education at four-year universities.
OUTSTANDING LEARNING ATMOSPHERE: NFCC is proud to have small classes, usually less than 25 students, where students are not just a number. At NFCC you learn in small, personal classes where instructors know you by name. NFCC offers excellent student and educational support services including counseling, tutoring and the latest educational technology in its classrooms and student learning areas.
NFCC’s Science Learning Center (Bldg. 34) is a well equipped, state-of-the-art center offering students access to the best scientific equipment around and the NFCC Allied Health Department (Bldg. 13) offers nursing students access to patient simulators and high quality training equipment, coupled with hand-on training, to best prepare them for careers in the medical field.
STUDENT SUPPORT AND SERVICES: At NFCC, you will find all the necessary tools to help you excel academically. NFCC has one of the best college libraries in the state and NFCC's Student Support Services department has upgraded classrooms, tutoring facilities, computer and learning labs, and student study areas, all geared toward student success.
The NFCC Enrollment Services Department and Student Support Services Department stand ready to assist with academic advising, career planning, course selection and other steps related to enrolling at NFCC, succeeding academically and graduating. NFCC also provides exceptional service to students with disabilities, ensuring all students (regardless of the existence of a disability) have equal educational opportunities.
AFFORDABLE EDUCATION: NFCC strives to keep its tuition costs low and competitive with other comparable educational institutions. Financial aid may be available to qualifying students through student loans, grants or scholarships.
ACCESSIBLE EDUCATION: NFCC not only offers classes on its Madison campus, but also offers online courses and reaches out to its six-county service area by offering high school dual enrollment courses and educational opportunities directly in area high schools and other outlying locations.
NFCC also partners with Saint Leo University to offer bachelor degree level courses on the NFCC campus; making a four-year degree more accessible for students not wanting to travel to another location.
OPPORTUNITIES OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM: Outside the classroom, NFCC offers its students a wealth of opportunities to get involved with student clubs and organizations, community projects and educational and cultural events. NFCC student clubs range from personal interest clubs such as the NFCC Art Club or the Save Our Animal Resources (SOAR) ecology club to academic and career based organizations such as Phi Theta Kappa, Student Government Association or the NFCC Business Club to name a few.
The Sentinel Service Corp provides opportunities for students to gain leadership and networking experience through service. Members participate in special campus and community events as well as recruitment functions throughout the year. NFCC's peer tutor program also gets students involved on campus. The NFCC Artist Series brings in culturally rich performances for students and the community and NFCC's Outdoor Environmental Center is a haven for nature enthusiasts.
The Colin P. Kelly Fitness Center (Bldg. 12) is NFCC’s new, state-of-the-art fitness facility. The fitness room is fully loaded with cutting edge cardio and resistance training equipment. From resistance training machines, to free weights, basketball or volleyball, the fitness center offers a variety of ways for students to get active and stay healthy.
MEETING COMMUNITY NEEDS: NFCC routinely partners with area business, industry, government and other institutions to promote economic development and provide retraining opportunities for the district’s workforce. NFCC's Continuing Workforce Education opportunities focus on employees who need training in specific skills to increase efficiency and productivity.
NFCC Community Education offers a variety of personal enrichment courses and programs such as the NFCC Artist Series and Community Theatre offer cultural enrichment opportunities for students and residents of the community.
A GREAT PLACE TO LEARN: NFCC is located in Madison, Florida at 325 NW Turner Davis Drive. Madison lies in the center of NFCC’s six county service area, off of I-10 near I-75, and is near such major Florida cities as Tallahassee and Jacksonville. NFCC is also just minutes away from the Georgia border and is a short distance from the Gulf of Mexico and cities bordering the Atlantic Ocean.
The City of Madison has a population of just over 3000; Madison County’s total population is close to 20,000; and NFCC’s six-county service area has a combined population of over 115,000 (figures based on data from the US Census Bureau website http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/index.html).
Madison's natural beauty, small town hospitality and proximity to larger cities make NFCC a wonderful place to learn.
MORE INFORMATION: If you want to know more about North Florida Community College, call (850) 973-2288, email email@example.com or continue to look around our website.
DRIVING DIRECTIONS: From I-10 West, Exit 258: Take SR 53 (north) to Madison, go left (west) on U.S. 90, take right into College entrance and follow signs.
From I-10 East, Exit 251: Take SR 14 (north) to Madison, go left (west) on U.S. 90 and follow signs.
North Florida Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate in arts degrees, associate in science degrees, and career and technical certificates. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of North Florida Community College.
North Florida Community College is dedicated to the concept of equal opportunity and access. In accordance with Federal and State laws, and College policy, NFCC does not discriminate in any of its policies, procedures or practices on the basis of age, color, sex, religion, national origin, race, creed, marital status, genetic information, or physical/mental disability. Inquiries regarding equity issues of any nature may be directed to Denise Bell, Equity Coordinator, 325 NW Turner Davis Drive, Madison, FL 32340, Telephone 850-973-9481 or email Equity@nfcc.edu.