FSCJ's Baseball team finished an incredible 2022 season with a third-place finish at the NJCAA Division II World Series in Enid, Oklahoma. In the most successful season since 2000, the team's final record was 33-21.
The Workforce Education Team won the Contract Training Revolutionary Practice Award from the Learning Resources Network (LERN). The award recognizes a Contract Training Unit that has taken an innovative approach to navigating the rapidly changing environment, developed cutting-edge practices, and/or found impactful ways to support internal and external customers in 2021.
Professors Pamela Brauda and David Singletary participated in the WASTC Winter ICT Educator Conference. Sharing their knowledge and experiences from establishing the two-year data science degree framework at FSCJ, they presented a workshop called, “The Nuts and Bolts of a Two-Year Data Science Degree."
FSCJ's Culinary Management Associate in Science (A.S.) degree program was recently identified as “Exemplary” and accredited by the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation’s Accrediting Commission (ACFEFAC) through 2026.
Ronald Carr, Ph.D., Taryn Bellino and Golf Kanjanapongpaisal, Ph.D. of the Center for eLearning recently presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) International Conference. The presentation, Virtual-Focused Instructional Design Internships: Mentoring ID Students Where They Are, discussed the design, development, implementation and reiteration of an internship program for advanced graduate students studying in an instructional design field.
Twenty-five student-athletes from FSCJ's BlueWave Athletics program earned placement on the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-Academic Teams for the 2019-20 academic year. Student-athletes are eligible to earn this academic honor by achieving an overall GPA of 3.60 or higher, with 9 of FSCJ’s honorees earning a perfect 4.0 GPA for the academic year.
Collegewide President SeQoya Williams who was named the 2019-20 Florida College System Student Government Association (FCSSGA) President of the Year. This honor is given to one SGA president from the 28 Florida College System (FCS) institutions who has provided distinguished service to their respective college’s SGA.
Governor Ron DeSantis awarded $3.67 million through the Florida Job Growth Grant Fund to FSCJ and St. Johns River State College to create the Northeast Florida Fintech Initiative. This initiative represents a partnership between both colleges, regional schools, nonprofits and numerous financial services companies to provide new financial technology, or “FinTech” training and certification opportunities.
FSCJ is dedicated to the idea that anyone can thrive in a supportive environment that promotes lifelong learning.
We believe student success includes:
Success is likely at FSCJ when we:
|Mastering skills + gaining knowledge|
|Developing intellectually + emotionally|
|Engaging academically, socially + civically|
|Setting + achieving goals (achievable and aspirational)|
|Seeking help + accessing resources|
|Demonstrating responsibility, resiliency + adaptability|
|Appreciating diverse people + perspectives|
|Developing a sense of identity + purpose|
|Support students in all aspects of their development + education|
|Provide safe, effective and respectful student-focused environments and interactions|
|Promote and support excellence in teaching + learning|
|Recognize and respect the needs of diverse students|
|Make teaching + learning accessible to all|
|Facilitate identification of clear goals, learning pathways + opportunities for engagement|
FSCJ wants every student to make steady academic progress and graduate on time, but we recognize that success does not look the same for every student.
There are different pathways to success.
WE BELIEVE STUDENTS SUCCEED WHEN THEY:
FSCJ is committed to ensuring that all students have an equitable opportunity to achieve their educational potential and goal(s).