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Academic and Student Affairs (ASA)
AdmissionsOpen-door access and affordability are important to Florida’s Colleges.
Florida’s 28 colleges are open to everyone and offer GED training, adult basic education, as well as certificate, associate, and bachelor’s degree programs. Certificate and degree programs offered at the colleges range from auto mechanics to nursing to the Associate in Arts degree, which guarantees transfer to one of Florida’s 12 state universities. Many colleges are now offering bachelor’s degrees in high demand fields such as Nursing, Technology, and Education. If you plan to pursue an associate’s or bachelor’s degree, you will need to earn a standard high school diploma, GED or demonstrate success in college coursework. You do not have to have a minimum GPA or SAT/ACT score in order to be admitted, you just have to have a goal and the willingness to learn.
There are numerous resources available to assist students in decisions related to college admissions, including:
- 6A-10.0315 - College Prep Testing, Placement, and Instruction
- 6A-10.041 - Substitutions for Eligible Disabled Students