North Florida College is committed to maintaining a healthy and safe environment for our students and employees. We are closely monitoring the current outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), and following recommendations and guidelines from the Florida Department of Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Gov. DeSantis. We have in place environmental, as well as health, safety, and security measures to protect our faculty, staff, and students in the event of local concerns.
Student & Employee Notices
NOTICE AS OF MARCH 13, 2020
PLEASE NOTE: The NFC administration is continuously monitoring the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and its impact to NFC. If any changes to already shared information occur over Spring Break, updates will be posted here.
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding March 23-April 5 NFC Hours of Operation
- Course instruction will be moved online March 23-April 5 (not canceled). The College is generally open for business and employees are here to assist students with their needs.
- Admissions Office, Registrar’s Office, Academic Advising and Financial Aid services WILL be available. Normal business hours.
- Student Support Services and the Disability Resource Center services WILL be available. Normal business hours.
- The NFC Library WILL be open to students who need access to computers and/or Wifi. Normal business hours.
- Peer tutoring in the Academic Success Center will NOT be available, however professional tutoring, Smarthinking and NFC online writing consultation services WILL be available. See LEARNING RESOURCES web page and LEARNING RESOURCES INFO.
- The Testing Center will be limited use. Call with questions.
- Closed – The Colin P. Kelly Fitness Center will be closed March 23-April 5.
- Closed – The Student Center and Crossroads Cafe will be closed March 23-April 5.
- Suspended/Postponed – No student activities or campus events will be held March 23-April 5.
- Students are welcome to visit campus to meet with instructors during office hours for individual needs; however, no group study sessions or workshops should be held on campus.
- In general, students may come to campus for any need other than meeting for classes. Our goal is to implement CDC-recommended social distancing on campus by limiting larger gatherings, not prohibit student access to support services. During this time, college employees are here to assist students with their needs. We encourage students to call or email when possible. Please see LETTER TO STUDENTS for more information.