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AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: Yes

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600 W College Dr Avon Park, FL 33825-9356
Phone: (863) 453-6661
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  • Tashida - Sebring, FL
  • I am a current student here

    I was a little hesitant about going to a state(community) college because everyone expects you to follow the hype and go to university as soon as you leave high school. I can honestly say I am glad that I went to South Florida State College(SFSC). The work load was tough at times but if you set time aside and study, or if you go to your professors for help they are willing to teach you. I mentioned earlier that it is not as hyped as universities but when I look at the pros and cons the pros definitely win! I saved thousands of dollars in comparison to my other peers who went to university(literally). I am close to home which really helps calm me when the going gets tough. They have classes that are convenient to most anybodies schedules. And one of the best things is you can get most (and in some cases all) of your Associate's degree online. I prefer the campus life because I have a great group of friends that I have met. We have a wonderful bond and we can hang out at school all day and enjoy life. Personally one of my favorite things about the school is the BEAUTIFUL scenery. We have beautiful flowers and perfectly manicured lawns. Like other schools we have a gym, a pool, a basketball court, and our own activity center . Another cool thing is o ur school is built around nature. We have an alligator habitat in the middle of our campus and all of us are very respectful to the animals as they are to us. We even block of certain parts of the school for some seasons for example, we had an incident with some nesting hawks that would try to swoop down at people to protect their young. Needless to say administrators blocked it off to help the hawks nest peacefully. Speaking of administration they always go the extra mile to ensure students pass their class. NO teacher wants you to fail because it reflects on them and their teachings. Overall even though I did not get the university experience SFSC really made my first two years in college an experience worth remembering and I really hope you consider coming here too!

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  • Amaia from Avon Park, FL
  • I am a current student here

    Get to know people in your classes and especially your professors. It is so helpful to know people that can help you in studying for upcoming exams and getting a group of students together and studying. Also, join clubs and be active in the community. It makes things so much more fun!

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  • Cody from Zolfo Springs, FL
  • I am a current student here

    South Florida State College is a very warm hearted place, where teachers will help the student and as long as the student is determined then there is no reason any student should fail.

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