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<May 2016>

Event : Final Exams
 Time: 24/04/2016 - 27/04/2016


Event : Open Registration Begins
 Time: 25/04/2016 - 25/04/2016

Event : Final Exams
 Time: 25/04/2016 - 27/04/2016


Event : April Exhibit Opens at the Hardee Center for the Arts
 Time: 26/04/2016 - 26/04/2016

Event : Final Exams
 Time: 26/04/2016 - 27/04/2016


Event : Final Exams
 Time: 27/04/2016 - 27/04/2016


Event : Manufacturing Job Fair 2016
 Time: 28/04/2016 - 28/04/2016






Event : Spring Commencement Ceremonies
 Time: 03/05/2016 - 03/05/2016




Event : National Nurses Week 2016
 Time: 06/05/2016 - 12/05/2016


Event : National Nurses Week 2016
 Time: 07/05/2016 - 12/05/2016


Event : National Nurses Week 2016
 Time: 08/05/2016 - 12/05/2016


Event : Summer Term 2016 Begins
 Time: 09/05/2016 - 09/05/2016

Event : National Nurses Week 2016
 Time: 09/05/2016 - 12/05/2016


Event : National Nurses Week 2016
 Time: 10/05/2016 - 12/05/2016


Event : National Nurses Week 2016
 Time: 11/05/2016 - 12/05/2016


Event : National Nurses Week 2016
 Time: 12/05/2016 - 12/05/2016


Event : Summer Hours Begin, Campus Closed Fridays
 Time: 13/05/2016 - 13/05/2016


















Event : Memorial Day Holiday
 Time: 30/05/2016 - 30/05/2016






Campus Security

Campus Security at North Florida Community College provides a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, staff, and guests. A truly safe campus can be achieved only through cooperation of all of its citizens. 

Clery Act Crime Statistics

Security Tips From NFCC Security Officers

Letter From Director of Campus Safety and Security

When one of our North Florida Community College Security Officers is on duty, he or she only has one pair of eyes and one set of ears. The officer can be in only one place at a given time and can only perceive what's happening in the immediate vicinity. Criminals usually make it a point to avoid law enforcement or security officers and while the officer is patrolling the area around, say, the Student Center, a burglar may be busily breaking into someone's car on the opposite end of the campus. How can the officers possibly know what's happening outside of his or her line of sight and range of hearing?

The answer is, YOU! Our North Florida Community College "family" can provide us with lots of extra eyes and ears, and when they're active our security officers can "see" and "hear" a very long distance! They can, in a sense, be in several places at once.

If you see or hear something that seems suspicious, you're probably right. Something is out of whack. Don't just brush it off as the figment of an over-active imagination or the pre-exam jitters. Go ahead and call security. And of course, if you actually do see or hear something that requires the immediate presence of a security officer, call for security or 911 right away! You can reach security by calling 850-973-0280.

When you report what it is that you saw or heard (or suspect), stay calm and provide as much detail as possible. When you are describing a person, pay attention to his/her race (White, Hispanic, African-American, or Asian) and the colors of the clothes he/she was wearing. The color of his/her hair and eyes isn't a big item here, but it's helpful if we know he/she was wearing a red jacket with jeans which had holes torn in the knees. It's also helpful if we know in what direction the individual was heading when you last saw him/her.

If the perpetrator gets into a vehicle, pay attention to the color of the vehicle and the direction it was heading when you last saw it. Providing the make and model of the vehicle is helpful, but the most valuable piece of information you can provide is the license plate number. Of course, getting a license number requires that you get fairly close to the vehicle and if a vehicle seems suspicious or if you know the driver has just committed a crime, stay clear of the vehicle! Don't try to sneak up so that you can clearly see the license plate or the person as this may very well compromise your personal safety.

So keep your eyes and ears open and if something seems suspicious don't be shy about calling for security. Stay calm and give accurate, detailed information to the security officer on duty.

Skip James
Director of Campus Safety and Security

Senate Bill 524 

Senate Bill 524 requires each Florida College System institution, state university and career center to inform students and employees at orientation of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement sexual predator and sexual offender registry website and toll-free telephone number.

  • FDLE Florida Sexual Offenders and Predators (University Search)

  • FDLE Florida Sexual Offenders and Predators registry website https://offender.fdle.state.fl.us/

  • Toll-free telephone number 1-888-357-7332   

Campus Escort

CAMPUS SECURITY, will provide escorts (by foot or vehicle), upon request, to and from campus buildings and parking lots for students and employees. Contact CAMPUS SECURITY at 850-973-0280. Some other tips:

  • Wherever you are walking on Campus- stay alert and tuned into your surroundings.
  • Walk with confidence and show that you are aware and in control.
  • Trust your instincts. If something or someone makes you uneasy, get away.
  • Walk with a friend whenever possible.
  • Stick to well lighted, well traveled areas. Don't take shortcuts through wooded areas, parking lots, or alleys.
  • Don't tempt fate by flashing large amounts of cash or other valuable objects.
  • Never hitch hike. It’s not worth the risk.
  • If you think someone is following you, abruptly switch directions or cross the street. If you're still being followed, go to a public place and ask for help.
  • If you want someone to walk with you or you need a ride around Campus call CAMPUS SECURITY at 850-973-0280.


Register with e2Campus

We now have the ability to send text messages to cell phones in order to notify NFCC students and employees in the event of a campus-wide emergency or closing due to inclement weather. Registering your phone takes only a few minutes, and you may register two devices as well as an alternate email address. This system will only be used for emergency messages at this time.


Our telephone system at NFCC has the ability to broadcast voice messages into every classroom and office simultaneously in the case of a campus emergency. Every classroom and office is equipped with a speaker telephone to allow for receipt of verbal messages.

Firearms and Weapons Prohibitions

Firearms Statement
For a complete statement, click on the above link.   Direct  inquiries to L.K. James, 850.973.9477.

325 NW Turner Davis Dr. Madison, FL 32340 850.973.2288 or 866.937.6322