NFC Office of Dual Enrollment Recognizes Mallory McCray as November 2021 Student of the Month

Photo of NFC Student Mallory McCray and NFC Dual Enrollment Director Windy Gamble at NFC 2021MADISON, FL (November 22, 2021) - The North Florida College Office of Dual Enrollment is now featuring a Student of the Month to bring attention to the outstanding students in our district that dual enroll in college courses during their high school years. 

Lafayette High School student Mallory McCray is the NFC Office of Dual Enrollment's Student of the Month for November. She is currently working toward an Associate in Arts (AA) degree at NFC. After graduating high school and NFC next year, McCray plans to earn a bachelor’s degree in business administration and then hopes to work towards a doctorate degree in law school.

"NFC is helping me reach my goals by guiding me through my first years as a college student," said McCray. "The courses I am taking at NFC are giving me a head start for my future plans."

"I would recommend attending NFC because of the small class sizes and helpful professors. Taking college courses with high school classes and extracurriculars can be difficult, but my professors have all been understanding and helpful."

See the full Student of the Month feature and more reasons why McCray enjoys being an NFC Sentinel at https://www.nfc.edu/getting-started/admissions/dual-enrollment/student-of-the-month.

For more information on NFC's Dual Enrollment program, contact Dual Enrollment Director Windy Gamble at 850-973-9490 or gamblew@nfc.edu, or visit www.nfc.edu/getting-started/admissions/dual-enrollment. The deadline for new high school dual enrollment student applications for NFC's Spring Term 2022 is Dec. 1.


Photo of Mallory McCray NFC Dual Enrollment Student of the Month Nov 2021

Mallory McCray - NFC Dual Enrollment Student of the Month

Why did you choose to dual enroll at NFC? I chose to dual enroll at NFC so that I could take courses that count towards my high school requirements and A.A degree. I also enjoy the more challenging classes compared to high school courses.

Which class have you enjoyed the most at NFC? I have enjoyed the math classes at NFC the most. Intro to Statistics has probably been my favorite so far.

How is NFC helping you reach your goals? NFC is helping me reach my goals by guiding me through my first years as a college student. The courses I am taking at NFC are giving me a head start for my future plans.

What are your educational plans after high school? After high school, I plan to attend a university and get my bachelor’s degree in business administration. I then hope to work towards a doctorate degree in law school.

Who at NFC has inspired you? The library staff members at NFC have inspired me. They are all extremely helpful and kind. 

Why would you recommend attending NFC? I would recommend attending NFC because of the small class sizes and helpful professors. Taking college courses with high school classes and extracurriculars can be difficult, but my professors have all been understanding and helpful.

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