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The Florida College System Foundation
Mission: The purpose of The Florida College System Foundation is to support the comprehensive mission of the Florida College System and its students as defined in Section 1004.71 Florida Statute.
P.O. Box 10503
Tallahassee, Florida 32302
Fax: 850-245-9454 Established in 1994 as a 501(c)3 organization
Florida College System Foundation 2012 Directors:
Front Row, left to right: Violeta Salud, Catherine Kelly, Stacey Webb 2nd Row: John Belohlavek, Marjorie Turnbull, Randy Berridge, Larry Stewart, 3rd Row: George Platt, Tom Delaino, Judy Green 4th Row: Randy Hanna, Brian Buwalda, Joe Lang and Wendell Williams
New member orientationMonday, November 4, 2013 at noon
Florida College System Foundation Office
325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1548
About The Florida College System Foundation
The Florida College System Foundation will award $905,999 in scholarships for the 2013-2014 academic year. Scholarships include: Dream Makers, Blue Cross Blue Shield Nursing and Allied Health and Helios Education First Generation. Students can apply for these scholarships at their local college foundation offices. Find your school here!
The Florida College System Foundation was established in 1994. Its mission is to promote Florida’s Colleges to be the nation’s leading advocate for postsecondary educational opportunity, access, and student success while respecting and protecting the autonomy and local support of the individual colleges.
It is the policy of the board of Directors that we recruit gifts and donations from national and statewide groups. The Florida College System Foundation will coordinate and communicate closely with Florida’s 28 college foundations to eliminate any potential for conflict or competition.
Alumni Associations and Foundations
Want to connect with former classmates and old friends? Want to learn about developments at your alma mater? Choose below to join your college’s Alumni Association /Foundation.
Florida has 28 Colleges across the state and serves over 880,000 students.
Florida’s Colleges have become important providers for workers needing to develop, retool, refine, and broaden their skills. Because of their close connection to local labor markets, Florida colleges are well positioned to prepare workers for high demand occupations. Most of the nurses and first responders in Florida are community college graduates. And, the majority of our teachers get their start at community colleges.
- Florida leads the Southeast in associate’s degrees produced. Florida ranks 2nd nationally, behind only California.
- Colleges are the primary point of access to higher education in Florida.
- 66 percent of Florida’s high school graduates continuing on to postsecondary education begin in one of Florida’s Colleges.