We know you want your student to succeed. We do too. For students to do their best in school, they need to be enthusiastic about learning. They need to be exposed to new experiences and participate in activities that promote curiosity and growth. As early as the sixth grade, the seeds of possibilities should be planted. To help those seeds grow from possibilities to goals, Florida State College provides pre-college programs that give future students their first college experience.
Through our pre-college programs, students from middle school through high school can learn first-hand what it takes to be a college student and the benefits of a college education. They’ll learn about scholarship opportunities and how to apply for financial aid. They may even be able to earn college credit while still in high school. Students will be given guidance on setting career goals and learn the things they can do right now to start preparing. They’ll learn how to study effectively, manage their time efficiently and improve their test scores. Field trips to cultural and educational events, and visits to other colleges, give students new experiences and help broaden their horizons.
High school juniors and seniors looking forward to college can prepare for the SAT, attend career workshops, take college tours, and learn about scholarship opportunities and more through this year-round program.
Nassau County students who are planning to attend college will get the chance to live on a college campus and participate in college academic and social activities.
Minority students in the 10th through 12th grades and their parents will receive the information and inspiration they need for successful college enrollment.
High school juniors and seniors can apply for dual enrollment and earn tuition-free college credit while completing certain high school courses.
Eligible high school seniors can become full-time college students their senior year, earn tuition free college credit and still graduate with their high school class.
Providing children from low-income families who excel academically with college scholarships and the support services they need for a promising future.