NFC prepares to welcome students back to campus this fall

Campus now open virtually and by appointment

MADISON, FL (July 20, 2020) – North Florida College, now registering for its fall term, plans to welcome students for in-person classes when the new term begins in August. NFC has developed a variety of course options and revised learning environments to ensure students returning in the Fall are safe and have the best options to continue or begin their college careers.

“The educational needs and the safety and health of NFC students, faculty and staff, and our college community continue to be our top priority,” said NFC President John Grosskopf. “We are looking forward to welcoming students this fall and will continue to offer our students the best options to earn a quality education with all the support they need to navigate successfully from their first class to graduation.”

This fall, over 50% of NFC’s fall classes will be delivered in the traditional in-person classroom method or a hybrid style with a portion of the class online and a portion in-person. The remaining 43% of courses will be available online. Fall Term 2020 begins Aug. 19 with a few courses and programs staring at earlier or later dates. A complete and current schedule of courses is available at

NFC is currently open during its summer business hours, Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., through virtual methods and by appointment. The campus returns to regular business hours, opening on Fridays beginning Aug. 15.

NFC Admissions, Advising and Financial Aid offices are open by appointment. Virtual meetings and correspondence are encouraged with physical distancing and safety guidelines in place for anyone who needs to schedule an in-person meeting or campus visit. Contact NFC Admissions at or 850-973-1622. Contact NFC Advising at or 850-973-1737. Contact Financial Aid at or 850-973-9468. More information is also available at

NFC’s Live Oak office is also open with staff available to assist with admissions, enrollment, advising and preparation for fall classes; appointments to meet with staff are encouraged. Contact or call 386-364-5093. More information is also available at  

The NFC Testing Center is open for testing by appointment. PERT testing and NFC Assessment for High School Dual Enrollment Students is available on the NFC campus and in Live Oak. Contact NFC Testing at or 850-973-9451. More information is available at

NFC Student Support Services and Disability Resources Center are also open by appointment for current and incoming students. The NFC Library and Academic Success Center is closed to the public, but available by appointment for students requesting access to physical resources such as books and computers. Information resources and tutoring continue to be available online.

The NFC Student Center and Colin P. Kelly Fitness Center remain closed to students and the public until further notice.

For more information, contact NFC Admissions at 850-973-1622 or More information is also available at