CAMPUS OPEN HOUSE AND FREE APPLICATION DAYMar 1st, 2011 | By Submitted | Category: Education
NFCC hosts Super Saturday event March 5
Apply for Admission to NFCC – FREE | Get Help with Financial Aid Forms | Enjoy Activities & Entertainment | Enter to Win Scholarships
MADISON, FL – North Florida Community College is hosting its Super Saturday OPEN HOUSE and FREE APPLICATION DAY on March 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the NFCC campus in Madison, Fla. NFCC staff will be available to help prospective students apply for admission and financial aid. There will also be chances to win scholarships and prizes. Visitors will enjoy a variety of activities and entertainment.
All are invited – prospective students, community members, NFCC alumni, high school students and parents, everyone – to see firsthand why NFCC is ranked among the nation’s top community colleges (Washington Monthly Magazine, 2010).
As an incentive to enroll early for NFCC’s 2011 summer and fall terms, high school seniors and all first time college applicants who fill out an admissions application at SUPER SATURDAY pay no application fee – applying to NFCC is completely free on Saturday, March 5. NFCC staff will also be on hand to assist future students complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). See the NFCC Super Saturday web page for information you should bring to complete the FAFSA – www.nfcc.edu/super-saturday.
NFCC’s Super Saturday event is open to the public. Visitors will find information and creative presentations showcasing NFCC’s many popular academic and career programs. There will also be a variety of activities happening around campus such as rocket launches, planetarium shows, art exhibits, free blood pressure checks, poetry readings, living history presentations, pottery wheel demonstrations and much more. The NFCC Public Safety Academy will present defensive tactic and shooting simulator exercises; stop by to check out your driving skills with the DUI simulator. Try your hand at sidewalk math, explore NFCC’s state-of-the-art science center – use their microscopes to capture streaming video, view the sun through special telescopes and binoculars – and see current NFCC student projects from programs such as Digital Media., Drafting, and more. NFCC alumni are invited to stop by for a walk down memory lane with photos, yearbooks, and other memorabilia and to see what’s happening now. NFCC’s Early Childhood Education program will have free children’s activities. All are invited to attend.
Super Saturday on March 5 is the day to find out all that NFCC has to offer. For more information visit http://www.nfcc.edu/super-saturday, call (850) 973-9481 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.