Academic Success Center: Building 4
We are here to support your learning. Your free services include:
- Peer Tutor Lab: Drop-in tutoring in the Library (Bldg. 4) or by appointment
- Professional Tutoring Tutoring provided by NFCC faculty and staff
- Smarthinking Online professional tutoring
- Academic Coaching Intensive targeted academic counseling
- Workshops Check back frequently to see what we are offering!
- Web Resources Helpful online resources
Library: Building 4
The Marshall W. Hamilton Library (Bldg. 4) offers a wealth of resources necessary for support of student learning both on site and online. The Library features Wi-Fi access indoors and out. Online resources consist of the Library’s catalog, full-text periodical databases, electronic books, email reference, and electronic renewal of library materials.
Sentinel Cafe: Building 9
The Sentinel Cafe serves breakfast from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. and lunch from 10:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The cafe is located in the Student Center (Bldg. 9).
Student Counseling Services: Building 10, Room 14
The SCS is a confidential FREE service offered to current students at North Florida Community College (current NFCC identification badge required; must be 18 or have custodial consent). SCS provides assessment and short-term counseling, crisis intervention, and referrals through Resolutions Health Alliance (RHA) of Lake City, Florida.
Disability Resource Center: Building 6
NFCC delivers services to students with disabilities as established by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. The legal requirements set forth in those acts ensure equal access to educational opportunities through reasonable modifications in college policies, practices, and/or procedures. The following is a partial list of services that can be rendered to students with a documented disability.
The Student Ombudsman provides all NFCC students with a safe, confidential place to bring questions and concerns about College rules, policies, or procedures. The Ombudsman assists students in navigating College policies and procedures and understanding the student’s rights and responsibilities.
Student Support Services: Building 6
Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally funded program that focuses on first generation in college (both parents do not have bachelor’s degrees), low-income, and disabled students. SSS Advisors work closely with students to choose the right classes, solve problems, communicate with instructors, and plan for the future. SSS participants receive assistance in identifying financial aid options as well as financial literacy training.
Veterans Affairs: Building 4
NFCC is approved for training of veterans by the Florida Department of Veterans Affairs. Veterans and dependents of veterans eligible for educational benefits must be approved by the VA Regional Office. Upon approval, benefits may take up to 90 days to be received.
Virtual Bookstore: Building 2
Textbooks are now ordered through the NFCC Virtual Bookstore. The Virtual Bookstore is accessible from the NFCC website home page - www.nfcc.edu. For assistance with textbooks orders, visit the Advising Center in Building 2 or call (850) 973-9437.