Job Bank Company Profiles: Florida State College at Jacksonville

Title

Florida State College at Jacksonville 

Company Description

Success Starts with the Right Education

We are Florida State College at Jacksonville! FSCJ is growing its reputation as the largest, most dynamic and most influential higher education institution on the First Coast. The number of programs offered and the quality of our graduates produce significant economic impact on the Northeast Florida region. The economic impact of FSCJ was recently studied and findings were published in a report entitled The Economic Contribution of Florida State College at Jacksonville that was conducted by EMSI in March 2013.

  • FSCJ academic credits translate to higher earnings for students and increased output of businesses.
  • Added income attributable to the accumulation of FSCJ academic credits and skills amounts to $1.5 billion each year.
  • FSCJ served 44,083 credit students and 13,195 non-credit students in the 2012-2013 reporting year.

    Our Students

    FSCJ had an unduplicated headcount of 57,114 students served for the 2012-2013 academic year. The median age of students in college credit programs is 27.4 years old and the median age of students participating in continuing education programs is 39. The majority of FSCJ students are enrolled in associate degree or workforce certification programs. The balance of the student population is pursuing a bachelor degree or enrolled in high school completion or basic education programs.

    Our diverse student body closely mirrors the diversity found in Northeast Florida. Our programs attract students from 120 countries around the world and these students contribute to the rich diversity of the FSCJ collegiate experience. Among the nearly 7,500 students receiving their degrees and certificates for the 2013-2014 academic year are:

  • 364 students with the Bachelor of Applied Science degree
  • 279 with the Bachelor of Science degree
  • 4,087 with the Associate in Arts degree
  • 1,080 with the Associate in Science degree
  • 61 with the Associate in Applied Science degree
  • 1,249 with Technical and Advanced Technical certificates
  • 542 with a workforce certificate

    Early College High School (ECHS) students earn their Associate in Arts degrees concurrently with their high school diplomas. Most ECHS graduating students of the more than 50 based at Kent Campus come from Lee High School; 18 ECHS graduating students based at North Campus come from Ribault High School. South Campus celebrates its first cohort of more than 45 graduating ECHS students from Sandalwood High School. Many of the ECHS students are graduating with Honors and High Honors.

    Our Faculty and Staff

    FSCJ recruits and retains world-class faculty that transform the lives of the students they interact with on a daily basis. In the physical or virtual classroom, our faculty’s dedication to high quality learning, academic excellence, innovative teaching methodologies and passion for the disciplines they teach inspire our students to achieve as the highest level and prepare them for distinctive success in their academic, career and personal goals.

    In academic year 2013-2014, FSCJ employed more than 400 full-time faculty and approximately 800 adjunct (part-time) faculty. Of these faculty members, 20 percent hold a doctoral degree, 70 percent hold a master’s degree, and 22 percent hold a bachelor’s degree or other industry-related credential. Including faculty, FSCJ has more than 3,000 employees serving our students.

  • Address

    Administrative Offices
    501 W. State Street

    City

    Jacksonville 

    State/Province

    Florida 

    Zip/Postal Code

    32202 

    Country/Region

    United States 

    Primary Phone

     

    Fax Number

     

    Web URL

    College Website 

    Company Size

    1,001-5,000 employees 
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    Created at 6/30/2011 1:59 PM  by Sonja Cross 
    Last modified at 8/4/2014 1:48 PM  by Sonja Cross 
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