The dedication and hard work of Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) students will be honored at the 49th Commencement Ceremony on Thursday, May 5.
Becoming a florist can be quite rewarding, however, it requires a lot of planning, work and business savvy to be successful.
The LINCS Supply Chain Management Program at FSCJ administers the courses needed to earn the CSCMP certifications.
FSCJ’s Center for Economic and Financial Education Receives $5,000 Grant from State Farm for Financial Literacy Education
Venomous Florida snakes can be deadly, and learning more about snakes will indeed save lives… theirs, and possibly yours.
On April 6, from 10 am until 11 am, County Extension Director Becky Jordi will conduct a Landscape Matters Hummingbirds class.
One winner will be given some extra booty for college, and the other winner is chosen from students who enter the competition that plan to serve in our U.S. Armed Forces.
Students in this program should complete their degree in five terms and are encouraged to continue in the bachelor’s degree program for business administration.
These funds will directly impact FSCJ’s resources to be devoted to opportunities for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) is pleased to announce Dr. Cedrick Gibson as the new Kent Campus/Cecil Center president and executive chair of the School of Business and Professional Studies.
Florida State College at Jacksonville’s (FSCJ) Forensics team placed well in regional speech tournaments at Tallahassee Community College (TCC) and Florida State University (FSU).
Fernandina Police and the Nassau Alcohol, Drug and Crime Abatement Coalition sponsor presentations by Matt Bellace, Ph.D. on Thursday and Friday this week at FBHS.
Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) ranks eighth in the nation in associate degree production, according to Community College Week’s 2015 Top 100 charts.
Amelia Island Book Festival and Fernandina Little Theatre partner to bring First Annual Murder Mystery Dinner to support Authors in Schools literacy program.
To celebrate Manufacturing Day/Month in Florida, more than 600 students had an opportunity to participate in tours to manufacturing sites in local counties.