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South Florida Community College
South Florida Community College 600 W College Dr Avon Park, FL 33825 Phone: (863) 453-6661
  • General Information
    About South Florida Community College

    South Florida Community College is an open-access, higher education institution dedicated to providing a learning-centered environment through quality programs, training, and services. Working in partnerships with organizations and communities, the college provides leadership and a comprehensive range of opportunities for the educational, cultural, and economic development of the service district. The college assists the people of its service district (DeSoto, Hardee, and Highlands counties) regardless of economic, social, or educational background to achieve success in: Completing an associate degree in preparation for pursuing a baccalaureate or other professional degree or credential Completing career and technical training to enter the workforce or to improve career circumstances Completing college preparatory programs of study including those leading to the high school diploma Obtaining basic skills in literacy, numeracy, and citizenship to prosper as a contributing member of society Gaining personal, cultural, and global awareness; appreciation; and understanding needed in a complex contemporary society Pursuing advanced academic preparation and credentials available through partnerships with colleges and universities Participating in the social, cultural, environmental, and economic development of the communities served by the college We believe in the worth of each of our students and, through all of our educational programs and services, we seek to develop human potential and to create brighter futures. SFCC INSTITUTIONAL CORE VALUES The attributes that guide our behavior as we pursue our vision are: Integrity: We encourage the free exchange of ideas in an environment that embraces honesty, fairness, personal responsibility, and ethical leadership. Service: We actively seek opportunities to enhance achievement and success in our local and world communities. Community: We embrace cultural diversity, inclusiveness, collaboration, mutual respect, responsive and productive partnerships, and the sharing of resources. Learning: We are committed to providing opportunities for students and staff to succeed in a highly competitive environment so that they can become effective lifelong learners. Excellence: We seek to provide high-quality, innovative, and flexible teaching and learning opportunities in a learning-centered environment. Accountability: We value personal and institutional ownership through integrated planning and assessment of all programs. Responsibility: We honor our commitments in all initiatives and leadership endeavors as well as promote environmental stewardship.

    Institutional statistical data was gathered from the U.S. Department of Education - Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, 2009-2010.

    Institution Type
    • 2-year, Public
    Special Learning Opportunities
    • Teacher certification
    • Distance learning opportunities
    Student Services
    • General Education Courses
    • Career Services available upon completion
    Credit Accepted
    • Dual credit
    • Credit for life experiences
    • Advanced placement (AP) credits
    • The acceptance of credits for work experience or military experience are subject to review by the school and cannot be guaranteed.
    Religious Affiliation
    • Not applicable
    Federal Aid
    • Eligible students may receive Pell Grants and other federal aid (e.g. Direct Loans).
    Degrees/Certificates offered
    • Less than 1 year certificate
    • 1-2 years certificate
    • Associate's degree
    • 2-4 years certificate
    Campus Setting
    • Town: Distant
    Disability Services Student
    • 3% or Less
  • Admission
    Total Applicants
    Full Time Retention Rate 60%
  • Student Demographics
    Total Enrolled 4,154
    Native American 20.0
    Asian 49.0
    African American 352.0
    Hispanic 568.0
    Enrolled FullTime Undergraduates 1,075
    Enrolled FullTime Graduates

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