Located within walking distance of downtown Madison, North Florida Community College is a small college with big possibilities. NFCC has established relationships with local educational entities, business and civic organizations over the years to offer expanded opportunities in education, culture and economic development. These partnerships have been as diverse as inviting area children on campus for Children's Theater, hosting seminars on starting a small business, offering free expertise in computer networking, to teaching senior citizens how to "compute." NFCC takes an active role in local chambers of commerce and development councils.
Established in 1958, NFCC offers two year A.A. and A.S. degrees, technical and career certificates, customized workforce training, online distance learning, community projects and cultural events. At NFCC you will find a small campus infused with quality instructors, the latest technology and endless opportunities. NFCC also has agreements with Florida A&M University and Saint Leo University to offer bachelor degree courses on campus. This makes obtaining a four-year degree more accessible for local students. Recently NFCC took a step closer to becoming a baccalaureate granting institution. The State Board of Education unanimously approved NFCC’s plans to begin a new bachelor’s degree in nursing, the College’s first baccalaureate level program. The program, expected to begin in August 2017, will be open to 30 students who have already completed an Associate’s Degree in Nursing and hold a current RN license.
In today’s world you need the best technology and training you can get to compete successfully. North Florida Community College partners with area business, government, industry and other institutions to promote economic development and provide retraining opportunities for the local workforce. Training is customized to meet the needs of the individual business or industry to increase efficiency and productivity. NFCC personnel will work closely with business or industry representatives to determine specific needs and desired outcomes and will then design a curriculum to achieve the desired goals. North Florida Community College can also assist individuals who are enhancing occupational skills necessary to maintain current employment, to cross train, or to upgrade employment.
For more information please visit www.nfcc.edu, or use the contact information below:
North Florida Community College
325 NW Turner Davis Drive
Madison, FL 32340
Toll Free: 866.937.6322