|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Florida State College at Jacksonville Students||8%||36%||47%||21%||2%||5%||2%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to Florida State College at Jacksonville in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
Continuing my college career at Florida State College at Jacksonville is an experience I will never forget. The staff and counselors not only made me feel like one of their own but also showed me that there's nothing I can't do.
I would tell incoming and new students to be aware of Financial Aid Deadlines.
I enjoyed the very relaxed and slow-paced environment of the FSCJ campus in comparison to other campuses that I have seen and visited. I feel as though because it is a smaller institution the professors are more engaged and personable.
I did not like that the social life on campus is generally little to none unless you already know someone who is attending the school.
A lot of good professors.
A good place to knock out your associate's degree and then transfer to a four year.
Many campuses are spread out through Jacksonville creating more convenient travel arrangements. The courses I have taken so far had much to offer when considering the price of tuition at FSCJ.
FSCJ has a wide range of degree paths and certification programs for a competitive price.
I love how it is very easy to navigate through your courses and the advisors and instructors are amazing at helping you achieve your academic goals!
How far the campuses are from each other.
I like how available the professors are when you need assistance with assignments. They really make time for you when you need it. The academic advisors are always courteous and make sure I understand everything about my academic progress and if I need help with enrolling in classes.
I don’t like how narrow the selection of classes is. Since it is a small college class fills up quickly. Books are expensive and a lot of the classes that I’ve taken require a second external tool that you usually have to pay quite a bit to access. Without those tools, you wouldn’t be able to take the class.