Local Base Support
The Jacksonville-area Navy base programs exist for the purpose of increasing availability of educational opportunities for military service personnel, their family members and federal government employees.
To accomplish this mission the College provides:
- College credit courses with an emphasis on the General Education Requirements offered at each base during FSCJ's regular terms and accelerated eight-week terms.
- Classes are offered on base in a sequential program, enabling enrollment throughout the year in the A.A. and selected A.S. programs.
- A full range of advising, registration, and orientation services, including entry placement testing.
- A liaison with the military educational service officers to assist students in the use of the military service financial aid programs.
- Non-credit College courses for students desiring to upgrade career and occupational skills or those seeking personal enrichment.
Note: For security purposes, all non-Department of Defense (DoD) students taking classes on base who do not already have access to the military bases must provide the following information prior to the beginning of each semester: driver’s license, proof of insurance, registration and a notarized letter if the car isn’t registered in his or her name. This information must be provided to the pass and decal office at the main gate. Otherwise, base access will be denied.
Are you a Florida State College at Jacksonville student interested in becoming an officer in the United States Army? See how we can help.
Florida State College at Jacksonville students interested in a commission as an officer in the United States Army may enroll in the basic Army ROTC College program at the University of North Florida. Students will be enrolled as Military Science Leadership students, college program students, or Army ROTC scholarship students based on the program in which they are accepted.
Students who successfully complete the basic course are eligible to enter the advanced program at any university that offers Army ROTC. Students in the basic course may also be eligible for selection to the Army ROTC scholarship program.
For information on the Army ROTC scholarship program contact the Army ROTC office at University of North Florida, (904) 620-3999.