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Central Florida Community College: Discover the Difference

Central Florida Junior College, founded in 1957, became what today is known as the Central Florida Community College in 1971. In order to get enrolled in any of their different locations, it is imperative that individuals submit the application form once completed and present the corresponding transcripts.  Financial aid is obtainable for those students who qualify.  For this matter, they must go through the particular process first.

The Ocala Campus is one of their main campuses. It is located in Ocala, Florida, in an attractive, wooded 60-acre tract that the Atlantic Realty and Investment Company and the City of Ocala donated. In this campus, individuals can find a wide variety of programs of study in the Health and Human Services Division.  Some of the different Associate Degree Program options offered are A.S. to B.S. Degree Program in Nursing (ADN), Associate of Science Degree in Emergency Medical Services, Practical Nurse to Associate Degree Nurse Bridge Program (LPN to AND Bridge Program), Physical Therapist Assistant and Radiation Therapy, given in conjunction with Hillsborough Community College.

Furthermore, Central Florida Community College Certificates are also given in Ocala in the following programs of study: Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Paramedic, Surgical Technology which is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Education Programs (CAAHEP), Practical Nursing which is approved by the Florida Board of Nursing and by the National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission and Dental Assisting which is recognized by the American Dental Association Commission on Accreditation. 

Finally, some of  the resources and services students have at their disposal are Campus Public Safety, Career Center, Child Care, Food Services, Health Care, Learning Support Center, TRiO programs (Federally-founded Academic Support Programs),Workforce Investment Act (WIA) and Equal Access (Disability) Services.


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