NFCC welcomes new students to campus
MADISON, FL – With the end of summer comes an exciting time at North Florida Community College – the anticipation and start of fall term. Each August an influx of new and returning students flood the campus and it’s up to NFCC’s Campus Life department to help prepare the newcomers for their NFCC experience.
One way NFCC welcomes its new students is with orientation sessions, required for all new, dual enrollment and transfer students. Orientation is structured specifically to help familiarize new students and their families with the college campus and its multitude of resources and opportunities. It allows new students to explore the campus, get their official student ID, and find out about important campus resources before classes begin.
Two orientation sessions were held in July and two sessions are planned for August: Aug. 9, 5:30-8:30 p.m. and Aug. 20, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. For more information, contact NFCC Campus Life Director Kim Halfhill, (850) 973-1623 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.nfcc.edu/admissions–records/orientation. NFCC’s Fall Term 2012 begins Aug. 22.
Moe Cooks of Madison was among new students taking part in NFCC’s orientation session on July 26.
(l-r) Victoria Albritton and Ashley Anderson (Taylor County) at NFCC Fall Orientation on July 26.
Kevin Copland (Suwannee County) in the NFCC Student Center on July 26 during Fall Orientation.
Danielle Templin (Lafayette) takes part in Fall Orientation July 26 at NFCC.