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Take the first step toward earning a degree, training for a career, or preparing for transfer to a university. Let NFC help.

Explore the NFC Schedule of Classes

Request More Information  Email: recruiting@nfc.edu  


Fall Term 2021 begins Aug. 19

  • NOW: Apply for Admission, See an NFC Advisor
  • July 12: Open registration begins for Fall 2021 classes
  • July 20: NFC Foundation Scholarship Application Deadline
  • Aug. 19: Fall Term 2021 Classes begin

Special Deadlines and Opportunities

  • 8-Week, Online 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: Aug. 19-Oct. 14, 2021
    • Mini-mester B: Oct. 18-Dec. 13, 2021 
  • July 1 BSN Program Application Deadline: RNs - apply to NFC's online ADN-RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing bridge program now! Application deadline is July 1. Classes begin Aug. 19.
  • Live Oak Location: Five Fall 2021 courses offered at NFC's Live Oak location. Stop by to explore NFC programs, apply for admission, see an academic advisor or enroll in classes.  
  • NEW - NFC is offering EMT course in Perry and Live Oak this fall.
    • NFC EMT class held at RIVEROAK Technical College; begins Aug. 19
    • NFC EMT class held at Big Bend Technical College; begins Aug. 19
    • Contact Tina Parker at 850-973-9493 or parkercl@nfc.edu
  • Rapid Credentialing Scholarships: NFC has Rapid Credentialing Scholarships available that may cover up to 100% of tuition, books and associated fees for NFC's CDL course beginning July 30. Apply now. Program is limited capacity; a limited number of scholarships are available. Contact Heather Smith at 850-973-9454 or smithh@nfc.edu
    CDL Summer Rapid Credentialing 2021

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: 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.


NFC’s Live Oak office is open with staff available to assist with admissions, enrollment, advising and preparation for spring classes; appointments to meet with staff are encouraged. Contact tuckert@nfc.edu or call 386-364-5093. More information available at www.nfc.edu/live-oak-location


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.