Records Management and Public Records at Florida State College at Jacksonville
Florida State College at Jacksonville is required by state law to make available, preserve and safeguard public records which document the College's operations, policies, procedures and decisions and those which protect the legal and financial rights of the College. Management of public records is one of the many administrative functions assigned to all College departments and staff. Click on the "Records Management Resources" link on the left of this page to learn more about the Florida Statutes, Rules, and FSCJ Policies and Procedures that govern records management at FSCJ.
The Office of Records Management is staffed by the FSCJ Records Management Program Coordinator, who is also designated as the Records Management Liaison Officer (RMLO) to the State. Under direction of the Vice President of the College and Provost, this position is responsible for developing College-wide records management policies and services, maintaining records retention schedules, and collecting and preserving selected College records and associated documents of the College. This position also serves as the College Archivist.
Records management is the systematic and administrative control of records throughout their life cycle to ensure efficiency and economy in their creation, use, handling, control, maintenance and disposition.
To learn more about how to establish a records management file plan at your campus, center or department, please review Records Management Plan for Your Office (PDF) or contact the Office of Records Management.
The Records Management Training Manual has been developed to provide answers to your records management questions.
Records Management Program Coordinator and Records Management Liaison Officer
Office of Records Management
Florida State College at Jacksonville
501 West State St.
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Phone: (904) 632-3196
FOR TRANSCRIPTS OR STUDENT RECORDS, PLEASE CONTACT STUDENT SERVICES OR CALL (904) 646-2300.