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Spring Term 2022 begins Jan. 6

Open registration for Spring classes begins Nov. 8. APPLY NOW!

  • 8-Week, Mini-MestersFlexible, affordable and accelerated online classes that fit education into your busy schedule. Same credits as full-semester course in half the time.
    • Mini-mester A: January 6-March 3, 2022
    • Mini-mester B: March 7-May 3, 2022 

  • NFC’s Live Oak Location is open at 210 Ohio Ave North in Live Oak with staff available to assist with admissions, enrollment, advising and preparation for spring classes.
    • Hours: M-TH, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. and Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 
    • Nine courses offered at the Live Oak Location Spring Term 2022!

  • Career and Workforce Education: From degrees to rapid credentialing opportunities for quick employment, NFC's Career and Workforce Education Center is ready to help you find a new career or update existing skills for job advancement.

  • NFC Public Safety Academy: Law Enforcement and Corrections training that helps you confidently and successfully plan for a rewarding career in criminal justice.

  • NEW CDL Class starts January 14; apply now. Free Class A CDL Permit Study Preparation Class at NFC Saturday, Nov. 4 or Nov. 13, 4-6 p.m. Contact Heather Smith, 850-973-9454 or smithh@nfc.edu.

Federal Relief Funds Available for Spring Term

Don't Miss This Opportunity: NFC's Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) grant can help NFC students afford college during Spring Term 2022. These emergency financial aid grants may be used to help cover components of your NFC attendance cost or for emergency costs that arise due to coronavirus, such as tuition, food, housing, healthcare (including mental health care) or childcare. APPLY TODAY! Details and application at www.nfc.edu/spring2022.


Great Stories Start Here 

  • Meet NFC students and alumni and find out how NFC Career and Workforce Education programs are helping them move forward with their education and careers. Great stories start here!

Questions: Email recruiting@nfc.edu or complete the online information request form. 


Admissions and Academic Advising are here to help you 


Online Registration: This step-by-step guide (PDF) includes instructions to easily navigate NFC online registration. Guide includes instructions on the following:

Transcripts: The College will work with students on a case by case basis when high school or college transcripts are unavailable or delayed. Please call Lori Pleasant at 850-973-9469 or email at pleasantl@nfc.edu.