December 19, 2014

Resources

Florida Virtual Campus

Ginger Broslat | 11/8/2012

Florida’s colleges and universities offer hundreds of online courses to meet your needs. Looking for a course to round out your schedule? Need help starting your full-time or part-time college career? Want to check your college transcripts?

Florida Virtual Campus puts a wide range of education services at your fingertips. Online, you can …

  • Apply to any school in the State University System of Florida and the Florida College System.
  • Access the course listings of these schools to fill out a scheduling need or a unique class not offered on your campus.
  • Organize your credits and graduation requirements checklist all in one place.
  • Utilize career planning tools to help guide your course/major selection.

No matter how you learn best, there is a distance learning option that can work for you. FVC classes are available via video, multimedia, print, Internet, two-way TV, etc.

Students currently enrolled in a Florida public college or university may use the website to register for distance learning courses offered by colleges and universities statewide.

For more information: www.flvc.org

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