- 畢業生轉入 U of Florida，U of Georgia，U of North Carolina 等大學。
Central Florida Community College is located in Ocala, one hour away from Orlando. Florida is nicknamed the ‘Sunshine State’ because it receives an average of 300 days of sunshine a year. Falls and winters are warm and dry and summers and springs are hot and humid. Temperatures rarely rise above 32 degrees Celsius in the summer and seldom drop below 10 degrees Celsius in the winter. Florida’s economy is heavily based on tourism and the state sees over 60 million visitors a year who come to suntan on the hundreds of miles of beaches or who come to visit Walt Disney World or Universal Orlando. The Kennedy Space Centre is another popular tourist attraction and has also drawn aerospace and military industries to the state.
Central Florida Community College (CFCC) was established in 1957 and currently has 6000 students with 52 international students. Students from Central Florida Community College have transferred to universities such as the University of Florida, Florida State University, University of Georgia, the University of North Carolina and many more. In Florida, the state guarantees that all graduates of approved associate degree programs will be granted admission into a four-year program at any state institution, with additional requirements for high-demand programs. 55% of the students enrolled in undergraduate programs in Florida attend community colleges.