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CFCC - Citrus County, Florida
--CFCC-300 1 SW College Road
Ocala, Florida 34474-4415
Phone: (352) 237-2111
www.gocfcc.com
The Promise for the Future Fund, a permanent endowment
exclusively for educational program development at CFCC,
will enable CFCC to develop new instructional programs
consistent with community needs while maintaining
standards of excellence for existing programs. The college
does not receive state funding to initiate new educational
programs or expand existing programs.
The Promise for the Future Fund is a permanent
endowment that will annually generate income
for developing new educational programs and
enhancing existing educational programs.
The fund is designed to support new and existing
programs of greatest need to the community including:
• New educational programs that will be needed to provide
a quality workforce.
• Existing instructional programs enhanced by state-of-the-art
technology and equipment.
• Recruitment and retention of quality faculty to staff new
and expanding academic programs.
In addition to providing individuals with access
to education and training, an investment in a
community college more than repays itself in
economic growth.
"Our promise for the future is to offer
hope to future generations through
high-quality education."
Ron and Phyllis Ewers co-chairs Promise for the Future Fund campaign.
What is the Promise for the Future Fund?
The Promise for the Future Fund is a permanent endowment that will annually generate income for
developing new educational programs and enhancing existing educational programs.
What will the Promise for the Future Fund support?
The fund is designed to support new and existing programs of greatest need to the
community including:
• New educational programs that will be needed to provide a quality workforce.
• Existing instructional programs enhanced by state-of-the-art technology and equipment.
• Recruitment and retention of quality faculty to staff new and expanding academic programs.
Doesn't the college receive public funds that pay for new programs or improvements?
• While grant money is at times available for such improvements, the state does not provide
community colleges with funds for educational program start-up or expansion. State resources will
usually begin to fund a new program after a three-year development period.
• The Promise for the Future Fund will ensure that community needs will be met even when public
funds are not available.
How is the Promise for the Future Fund set up?
• The fund is designed as a permanent endowment.
• Each year, interest earned from the endowment will be made available to educational programs
in need of support.
How will I know what the return is on my investment in the Promise for the Future Fund?
• Each year, CFCC will engage shareholders personally by providing an annual report of the progress
at an annual shareholders meeting, not only of the fund's growth, but also of its achievements in
terms of college educational programs.
• Shareholders will benefit from state match funds that will leverage their investment at a 60/40 ratio.
Can I name an endowment within the Promise for the Future Fund?
The CFCC Foundation will work with investors interested in the naming opportunities available at CFCC.
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(All amounts represent the amount of a current gift required for naming and not actual facility cost.)
Promise for the Future Fund
Name an endowment within the
Promise for the Future Fund
$600,000
Levy Center
Levy Campus of CFCC
Levy Center Facility
Program Endowment
Community Conference Center
Lobby/Gallery
Outdoor Amphitheater ·
Community Meeting Room
Courtxard Retreat/Plaza
Student Lounge
Classrooms/Instructional Labs
Offices
Benches
$2,500,000
$750,000
$600,000
$500,000
$250,000
$200,000
$100,000
$50,000
$50,000
$25,000
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Other CFCC Commemorative Opportunities
Gymnasium/Wellness Center
Science and Technology
Classroom Building
Fine Arts Auditorium
Main Theater
Lobby
Black Box Theater
Humanities and Social
Sciences Building
Child Care Center
Criminal Justice Complex
Bryant Student Union
Conference Room
Science Labs
Music Practice Rooms
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
$750,000
$300,000
$150,000
$750,000
$500,000
$500,000
$100,000
$50,000
$10,000
Ensuring CFCC's Ability to Respond to Community Needs
For CFCC to be able to respond to future community needs, a dedicated source of funding is necessary.
The Promise for the Future Fund, a permanent endowment designed exclusively for educational program
development at CFCC, will enable CFCC to develop new instructional programs consistent with community
needs while maintaining standards of excellence for existing programs.
The college does not receive state funding to initiate new educational programs or expand existing programs.
The Promise for the Future Fund offers the community an opportunity for partnership in providing superior
educational program development.
Why Invest in Your Community's College?
CFCC plays a significant role in preparing individuals to qualify for positions in the fastest growing fields
in our region. In addition to providing individuals with access to education and training, an investment in
community colleges more than repays itself in economic growth for the community - estimated at a 13 to 1
ratio by Florida Tax Watch.
Investments made in CFCC's Promise for the Future Fund will provide a successful return as high-caliber, highdemand educational programs are available to students who will stay and work in our region.
Your Opportunity to Invest in Students and the Community
The Promise for the Future Fund is an important partnership between CFCC and investors. The Promise for
the Future Fund is designed to function much like a mainstream investment. The dividends earned from the
principle will be applied to educational program growth and development.
Each year, CFCC will engage shareholders personally by providing an annual report of the progress at an annual
shareholders meeting, not only of the fund's growth, but also of its achievements in terms of college educational
programs.
State match funds will further enhance the return on investment for shareholders. The CFCC Foundation will
apply for eligible state match funds for each gift to the Promise for the Future Fund (currently a 60/40 match).
Campaign Goal
The goal is a community investment of $5 million with $3.33 million in state match funds, which will generate
an initial principle of $8.33 million. Annual earnings from this permanent endowment will generate a recurring
stream of income for educational program development.
The Promise for the Future Fund confers an investment benefit beyond this campaign. As support for
this promising fund grows, so will the impact of our shareholders on the lives of students and the Central
Florida region.
Or. Vernon L Lawter
Citrus Campus
Provo~;Wice President
www.CF.edu
Citrus Campus-Building L 1
3800 S. Lecanto Highway
Lecanto, FL 34461-9026
[email protected]
Direct 352-249-1209
Main: 352-746-6721
Ext. 6109
Fax: 352-249-1217
hop Descriptions
Developing Focused Life Goals
Thursday, Oct. 1, 6-8:30 p.m.
Dr. Vernon Lawter
ProvosWice President
CFCC Citrus Campus
It's been said that failing to plan is
equivalent to planning to fail. No one
wants to fail in life, yet many of us never
take the time to determine exactly what
it is we hope to accomplish with our
lives. This workshop will help you start formulating goals
and begin developing a realistic plan to attain these goals.
Improving Communication Skills
Thursday, Oct. 8, 6-8:30 p.m.
Rebecca Martin
Professional Communications
Consultant, Corporate Trainer and
Mediator
Ever wonder why some people can say
anything and get away with it? Or why
one person can say something and get
one reaction , while another person can
say the same thing and get a
completely different reaction? Take some of the mystery
and chance out of communication by learning the secrets
of successful communicators .
Youth Activism and Grassroots Advocacy
Thursday, Oct. 15, 6-8:30 p.m.
Anne Black
Health Educator Consultant
Florida Department of Health
This class is for individuals who want to
make a difference and create positive
change in their community. Participants
will learn how to raise awareness about
issues important to them , how the
political process works , and how to
enhance their communication with decision-makers to
reach their goals and objectives.
Solving the Personality Puzzle
Appreciating Cultural Diversity
Thursday, Oct. 22, 6-8:30 p.m.
Linda Bruno
Corporate Trainer and Consultant
Thursday, Nov. 12, 6-8:30 p.m.
Dr. Sharon Richie-Melvan
President and CEO Crossroads
Testing and Coaching, a Division
of Sl R Consulting Services,
Colonel, U.S. Army, Retired
Do you ever wonder why many of your
friends are so different than you? In this
workshop you will find out your own
personality style as well as the traits of
the other three styles. As you learn
about yourself, you'll probably experience
some "aha! " moments regarding your
friends and family! If you've ever asked yourself "why did
they do that?" attend this fun workshop and find out!
Exploring Leadership Styles
Thursday, Oct. 29, 6-8:30 p.m.
Dr. Henri Benlolo
CFCC Director, Office of Testing
and Career Development
Chances are , at some point in your life,
you will find yourself in a leadership
position. Perhaps you already have
leadership responsibilities . Equipping
yourself now with an understanding of
the many different approaches to leading will surely help
you in your role as a leader.
Team Building
Thursday, Nov. 5, 6-8:30 p.m.
Glen Lomax
President of Lomax Enterprise of
Central Florida, Inc.
Leading in a global society requires a
genuine commitment to understanding
and appreciating cultures unlike our own. This
workshop gives participants a glimpse into multiple
aspects of diversity awareness and highlights the
transformational power of one simple human value respect for others.
Exploring Volunteer Opportunities
Thursday, Nov. 19, 6-8:30 p.m.
Heidi Blanchette
Supervisor of Nature Coast
Volunteer Center and Director of
the Retired and Senior Volunteer
Program of Citrus County
Not-for-profit organizations in Citrus
County rely on help from volunteers .
Learn about these organizations and
specific opportunities for community service . The odds
are good that your unique talents and interests can be
matched with a public service opportunity in our area.
You may find that volunteering can be just as rewarding
and meaningful to you as it is to those you serve.
LEAPS is sponsored by the
CFCC Citrus Institute for
Community Advancement.
To learn more about the
Institute for Community
Advancement, call Dr.
Lawter at 352-249-1209.
Effective organizations are the result
of quality teams-people working
together to achieve a common goal.
Team Building is designed to encourage
esprit de corps within an organization
along with creative methods of
professional development to help individuals and groups
understand the importance of working together.
Call 352-249-1207
to register!
LEAPS 2009 is
co-sponsored by the
Citrus County School
District.
Through an ongoing series of focused
educational workshops, the LEAPS
program promotes an increased
awareness of principle-centered
leadership skills and public service
opportunities among high school and
college students aspiring to be
socially responsible leaders.
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and high school students in Citrus , Levy
and Marion counties. Select one or two
workshops , or attend them all. The choice
is yours. Participants completing five or
more workshops receive a CFCC LEAPS
Leadership Award.
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Although there is no cost, registration is
required for each session. Seating is
limited. Ca/1352-249-1207 to register.
All sessions are held in Room L2-202,
CFCC Citrus Campus
3800 S. Lecanto Highway
Lecanto, FL 34461-9026
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tion begins Monday, Aug 3.
Call 352-249-1207
CFCC Citrus Institute for Community Advancement
Purpose
Established in 2008 and inspired by CFCC's
commitment to the shared values of integrity,
service, responsibility, and dignity, the Institute
for Community Advancement at the CFCC
Citrus Campus advances educational
enrichment opportunities and community
development in Citrus County by promoting
cultural arts, sustainability and environmental
education, civic and leadership development,
community partnerships, and other public
events and forums related to topics of local
interest.
LEAPS leadership award recipients
Civic and Leadership
Development
The Institute for Community Advancement
offers the Leadership, Ethics, and Public
Service Program (LEAPS) each fall semester.
The program is open to all area high school
and current CFCC students at no cost and
consists of a series of three-hour workshops
leading to the CFCC LEAPS Leadership
A ward. Topics include goal setting, diversity
appreciation, time management, team building,
and more. Seating is limited and registrations
are taken on a first-come first-serve basis.
Cultural Arts
Cultural education through engagement in the
arts is a critical component in community
development. By sponsoring art exhibits and
musical events such as Af:oustic Cqft at the
Pavilion, the CFCC Institute for Community
Advancement strives to increase opportunities
for local students and the entire Citrus County
community to actively engage in the enjoyment
Jeff Eekhoff performs at Acoustic Cafe at the Pavilion
Sustainability and
Environmental Education
Each spring semester, the Institute for Community
Advancement partners with other environmentally
aware organizations to offer Green Week activities
featuring speakers, workshops, and other learning
opportunities. Green Week activities are open to
the entire Citrus County community at no cost.
Additional environmental education activities, open
to the public, are scheduled throughout the year.
Community Partnerships
Central Florida Community College has long
welcomed and fostered partnerships with
other community entities that share common
elements of our values, vision and mission. In
that tradition, dozens of valuable partnerships
have developed between the Citrus Campus
and other key organizations in Citrus County.
A recent example of such a partnership would
be the commitment by the college to be a
leading partner of Citrus 20/20 and provide
facilities and facilitation services for ongoing
community visioning activities. The Institute
for Community Advancement will seek to
define, strengthen, and increase community
partnerships which clearly yield positive results
for the citizens of Citrus County.
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CENTRAL FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
The Institute for Community Advancement
is funded in part by the CFCC Foundation
and the Dorothea Jerome Endowed Grant.
CENTRAL FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
For more information contact:
Institute for Community Advancement
Central Florida Community College - Citrus Campus
3800 S. Lecanto Highway
Lecanto, FL 34461 -9026
Telephone: 352-746-6721
Fax: 352-249-121 7
www.CF.edu
Ben Medrano performs at the Spring Artists Series
Public Events and Forums
T h e Institute for Community Advancement
periodically hosts and facilitates events or
forums on topics of local interest, including
p olitical forums or debates, information
sharing sessions on topics of public concern
or interest, and community visioning events.
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To register for Citrus Campus courses visit 3800
S. Lecanto Highway, Lecanto, call 352-746-6721,
or visit www.CFCCtraining.com.
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Leaders learn how to introduce change and lead
discussions with employees to explore how best to
implement the changes.
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1-5 pm
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R. Martin
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F
1-5 pm
$129
Instructor
R. Martin
Senior Computers Ill
Coaching for Success
This course will introduce students to MS Word and MS
Publisher. Students will learn to format documents, create
labels, letters, greeting cards, business cards and fliers.
Leaders learn a proven coaching process- a continuous
cycle that ensures they identify coaching opportunities,
provide coaching and support, and more.
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11/6-12120
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P. Dukeman
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10/30
F
1-5 pm
$129
Instructor
R. Martin
Senior Computers IV
Service Plus
Learn the basics of creating slide shows with PowerPoint
and everyday functions of Excel.
The program gives service providers more than a list of dos
and don'ts by providing a toolbox of skills for effectively and
efficiently handling all types of customer interactions.
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F
1-5 pm
$129
Instructor
R. Martin
Theory of IV Therapy
Learn to care for and initiate peripheral intravenous lines
and to care for central lines. The course includes a selfstudy packet. Call 352-854-2322, ext.1204.
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$200
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5
12/11
F
1-5 pm
Customer Service
DFS #37614, Provider #1 055, Course Offering #873372
(Sept.), #873373 (Dec.). Course authority CE9902-Generic
Life/General Lines/Title, 5 hours intermediate.
Couru
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DOl Resolving Conflict
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F
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SCORE Beginning QuickBooks
This course teaches leaders how to recognize that a
conflict is escalating and minimize damage by using the
most appropriate resolution.
Couru
AVC0518
Couru
ADM1328
Health Professional
Learn to cut and paste, organize and customize your
desktop, search the Internet more efficiently and perform
downloads. Learn how to use help features.
Basic Digital Photography
Couru
AVG0651
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Senior Computers II
Couru
AVC0520
This class will cover digital camera basics as well as how to
crop pictures, depth of field and focus , problem solving, and
using post-processing software programs.
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Couru Sec
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AVC0519 12
Couru
AVC0131
SCORE Web Marketing Techniques
Microsoft Office Basics
Antiques and Collectibles
Couru
AVG9010
Introduction to Computers
$235
R. Martin
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10
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H
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8:30am-1:30pm
8:30am-1:30pm
$69
$69
S.Woolfe
S. Woolfe
Ethics and the Producer
DFS #60227, Provider #1 055, Course Offering #87337 4.
This course reviews the concepts of ethics and applications
to an insurance professional. Course authority CE-9908Ethics (Agents), 3 hours intermediate.
Couru
ADI0943
Sec
17
Datil
10/9
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9am-12pm
$45
S. Woolfe
Ethics for the Insurance Professional
DFS #62774 (Agents) and #62775 (Adjusters), Provider
#1055, Course Offering #872808 (Agents), (pending
Adjusters). Course authority CE 9908 Ethics (Agents) and
CE 324b (Adjusters), 3 hours intermediate.
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Hurricane Loss Mitigation II
DFS #66611 (Agents) and #66612 (Adjusters)
Provider #1 055, Course Offering #872809 (Agents) and
#872811 (Adjusters). Course authorities CE 9910 Premium
Discounts and Mitigation Options, 1 hour intermediate; CE
9908 Ethics (Agents), 3 hours intermediate; CE 3-24b
Ethics (Adjusters), 2 hours intermediate and CE 3-24c
Adjuster Optional, 2 hours intermediate.
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NAIC Ongoing LTC Training: Florida Long-Term
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DFS #64312, Provider #1 055, Course Offering #872812.
Course authority CE 2-40 Health, 4 hours intermediate.
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-an equal opportunity college
Name _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Telephone _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Address _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____
City
State--.- Zip _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Is wheelchair accessible seating required? 0 Yes
0 No
E-mail _____________________________~-----------------Limited half-price tickets for full-time students for Lecanto performances only.
PERFORMING ARTS SERIES 2009-2010
'
'
Season
Membership
High Honors
Gold Honors
Gold Honors
Lecanto
3:00p.m.
$70
$80
Ocala
7:30p.m.
No. Row/Seat
Total
$ __
unreserved
reserved
reserved $90
Total
Current season ticket holders may reserve the same seats by paying for them before
Monday, April 13, 2009. After this date, all seats will be available for open sale.
Individual Performances
Date
Lecanto 3 p.m.
Date
Unreserved/Reserved
Ocala 7:30p.m ..
Reserved Only
Mystical Arts of Tibet
Oct. 18
$20/$22
Oct.19
$25 _ _
Ed Asner/FDR
Nov. 22
$25/$27
Nov. 23
$30
Forbidden Broadway
Jan. 10
$22/$24
Jan. 11
$27
Flameitco Vivo
Feb. 28
$20/$22
Sat. Feb. 27
$25
Credit Card
Exp.
Date
Lecanto matinee group discounts available in all categories.
10 tickets= 10% discount, 15 tickets= 15% discount and 20 tickets= 20% discount
Group tickets must be purchased at one time with one payment and are nonrefundable.
Make checks payable to CFCC, c/o B. Griffin, PO Box 1388, Ocala, FL 34478-1388.
For information, call Ocala 352-854-2322, ext. 1416, or
Lecanto 352-746-6721, ext. 1416, or e-mail [email protected]
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DINNER THEATER AT THE WEBBER
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For 2010, the CFCC Foundation presents a comedy, Move Over, Mrs. Markham.
Second performance date choice_ __
First performance date choice_ __
Names at your table and table name _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
1. - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
5. - - - - - - - - - - - - -
2. -----------------------
6. - - - - - - - - - - - - -
3. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
7.
4. - - - - - - - - - - - - - Evening individual seats
$50
$400
Evening reserved table for 8
Corporate night table for 8
$1 ,250
8.
E- Evening 5:45p.m. M- Matinee 12:15 p.m.
January&February
D E- Tues.
Feb.2
DE-Wed.
Jan.27
DE- Wed.
Feb.3
DE- Fri.
Jan. 29
DE- Fri.
Feb.5
D M- Sat.
Jan. 30
D M- Sat.
Feb.6
D E- Sat.
Jan. 30
D E- Sat.
Feb.6
D M- Sun.
Jan. 31
Corporate Night
D M- Sun.
Feb. 7
Corporate Night
D E -Thurs.
D E- Thurs.
Jan 28
$50
$400
Matinee individual seats
Matinee reserved table for 8
Feb.4
Price
No.
Total$
$1,250
TOTAL AMOUNTS AND PAY.MENIT
DINNER THEATER SUBTOTAL: $._ _ _ _ _ __
I wish to make a tax-deductible contribution to:
0 Performing Arts Endowment 0 Will and Estate Planning Contribution: $_ _ _ _ _ __
0 Promise for the Future 0 General College Endowment
Other
o
TOTAL: $_ _ _ _ _ __
Name_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___
Exp. Date
Card Type/No. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___
Card Statement Address _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ZIP_ _ _ __
Signature--------------------------For information, call Ocala 352-854-2322, ext. 1416 or
Lecanto 352-746-6721, ext.l416. Please make checks payable to:
CFCC Foundation, Inc., c/o B. Griffin, PO Box 1388, Ocala, FL 34478-1388
Thank you for your support! www.CFCCfoundation.org
GETTING STARTED at CFCC CITRUS CAMPUS
Step 1: Application
You'll need to submit a one-time, $20 nonrefundable fee with each application. Submit paper
applications to the Enrollment Services Center at the campus nearest you or mail to CFCC
Admissions and Records, P.O. Box 1388, Ocala, FL 34478-1388. Online applications can be
completed at CFCC's web site, www.CF.edu, by clicking on "Apply." All sections of the online
application must be filled out completely and payment can be submitted online as well.
Step 2: Transcripts
You must request a transcript from every high schooi/GED and every college/vocational school you
have attended. The OFFICIAL transcript must arrive in a sealed, unopened envelope showing
date of graduation to CFCC Admissions and Records, P.O. Box 1388, Ocala, FL 34478-1388 via
regular mail. After your first semester, missing transcripts will block future registration. To request
an official copy of a GED from the Department of Education, use the GED request form available in
the Enrollment Services Center.
Step 3: Financial Aid
Be sure to select appropriate academic year, include CFCC's federal school code - 001471 - and
sign your application electronically utilizing your PIN (www.pin.ed.gov).
I
•
•
•
•
Apply
Process may take 4-6 weeks (sometimes longer), and you may be asked to submit additional
documents.
No aid can be processed until all high school and college transcripts are received and
evaluated.
Vocational students, only programs with 30 credits or more may be approved for financial
aid.
For assistance filing the FAFSA, call the Citrus Educational Opportunity Center at 352-7466721, ext. 6147.
online at www.fafsa.ed.gov
Step 4: Placement Testing
Placement scores are needed in CFCC's system prior to orientation and class registration. ACT. SAT
or CPT scores earned within the past two years are acceptable.
•
•
•
•
Request your SAT scores from www.collegeboard.com or your ACT scores from www.act.org.
To register for the CPT (for $10), call 352-854-2322, ext. 1564 or 1395 Ocala Campus, 352249-1213 Citrus Campus, 352-493-9533 Levy Center or 352-873-5881 Hampton Campus.
Vocational students, who do not have a high school diploma or GED, must meet minimum
CPT score requirements in order to be eligible for financial aid.
Students are now required to take the College Level Math test to place into college-level math
above MAT 1033 (intermediate algebra). Transfer students who have successfully
completed and transferred in college level English and college level math/algebra
may be exempt from testing.
Step 5: Orientation
New students seeking an associate degree must attend an in-person orientation. Vocational and
certificate students should contact their department advisor directly. Transfer and returning students
must complete online orientation at
.
http://www .cf.edu/departments/sa/enroll/online_orientation. pdf.
Vocational or certificate seeking students DO NOT h.ave to complete orientation.
m.monroe 11-6-08
Step 6: Fees
Fees are subject to change each academic year for in-state and out-of-state students.
•
•
•
Tuition and fees are due in full by the due date shown on your fee statement.
Nonpayment may result in all classes being dropped (unless you have been awarded financial
aid), and re-registration is on a space available basis before the semester begins or during
the "add" period only.
Fees are paid in Ocala at the Cashier in the Bryant Student Union, in Enrollment Services at
the Citrus Campus in Building Ll, at the Levy Center, or online via the MyCFCC portal
from the student schedule, click on fee statement.
State employees - Students using the State Employee Tuition Waiver may register during the add
period ONLY. Check the college catalog or our academic calendar online for this date. The waiver
covers six (6) credit hours of tuition each semester. The Request for State Employee Fee Waiver
MUST be completed each semester.
International students should call 352-854-2322, ext. 1386, for registration or information.
Transfer students - To register, students must request that official transcripts be sent from their
high school and ALL colleges attended to CFCC's Office of Admissions and Records. If students have
not taken college level English or math, they may need to satisfy CFCC's placement testing
requirements (ACT, SAT, or CPT scores that are less than two years old). Transcripts must be
received and evaluated by CFCC before a transfer student may register.
Transfer students should complete online orientation. They may then select courses and register on
the Web on or after their priority registration date (posted on the MyCFCC Web Portal). Those
needing additional academic advising and/or assistance with the online registration process, please
call 352-873-5802 Ocala Campus, 352-249-1202 Citrus Campus or 352-493-9533 Levy Center.
Transient students - Students must present a transient letter from their home college. Transient
letters may be requested through an online service by going to www.FACTS.org. If the home or
transient school does not participate in the online service, a hard copy letter must be obtained from
the home school. The letter must specify the courses that the home college has approved for you to
take at CFCC. If you decide to change your enrollment status to transfer at CFCC, you must
complete a Change of Status Form to change your program of study- see "Transfer Students"
directions above. Transient students may onlyregister in-person in the Enrollment Services
Center on the Ocala Campus, the Counseling Office at the Citrus Campus or at the Levy Center
beginning on the 0+ priority registration date.
Students with disabilities - If you have a disability and require accommodations (e.g. sign
language interpreter) for testing or an orientation/ registration session, please contact Access
Services at 352-854-2322, ext. 1580, or e-mail Kimberley Smith at [email protected]
Citrus Campus Contact Information
Assessment/Testing Center
352-249-1213
Bookstore /Barnes & Noble-Citrus Campus
352-249-1238
Counseling/ Advising
352-249-1202
Educational Opportunity Center
352-746-6721 ext. 6147
Enrollment Services
352-249-1203
Faculty Office
352-249-1206
Your Enrollment Services representative today was:
_:_an equal opportunity college-
GETTING STARTED at CFCC CITRUS CAMPUS
Step 1: Application
You'll need to submit a one-time, $20 nonrefundable fee with each application. Submit paper
applications to the Enrollment Services Center at the campus nearest you or mail to CFCC
Admissions and Records, P.O. Box 1388, Ocala, FL 34478-1388. Online applications can be
completed at CFCC's web site, www.CF.edu, by clicking on "Apply." All sections of the online
application must be filled out completely and payment can be submitted online as well.
Step 2: Transcripts
You must request a transcript from every high schooi/GED and every college/vocational school you
have attended. The OFFICIAL transcript must arrive in a sealed, unopened envelope showing
date of graduation to CFCC Admissions and Records, P.O. Box 1388, Ocala, FL 34478-1388 via
regular mail. After your first semester, missing transcripts will block future registration. To request
an official copy of a GED from the Department of Education, use the GED request form available in
the Enrollment Services Center.
Step 3: Financial Aid
Be sure to select appropriate academic year, include CFCC's federal school code - 001471 - and
sign your application electronically utilizing your PIN (www.pin.ed.gov).
•
•
•
•
Apply
Process may take 4-6 weeks (sometimes longer), and you may be asked to submit additional
documents.
No aid can be processed until all high school and college transcripts are received and
evaluated.
Vocational students, only programs with 30 credits or more may be approved for financial
aid.
For assistance filing the FAFSA, call the Citrus Educational Opportunity Center at 352-7466721, ext. 6147.
online at www.fafsa.ed.gov
Step 4: Placement Testing
Placement scores are needed in CFCC's system prior to orientation and class registration. ACT, SAT
or CPT scores earned within the past two years are acceptable.
•
•
•
•
Request your SAT scores from www.collegeboard.com or your ACT scores from www.act.org.
To register for the CPT (for $10), call 352-854-2322, ext. 1564 or 1395 Ocala Campus, 352249-1213 Citrus Campus, 352-493-9533 Levy Center or 352-873-5881 Hampton Campus.
Vocational students, who do not have a high school diploma or GED, must meet minimum
CPT score requirements in order to be eligible for financial aid.
Students are now required to take the College Level Math test to place into college-level math
above MAT 1033 (intermediate algebra). Transfer students who have successfully
completed and transferred in college level English and college level math/algebra
may be exempt from testing.
Step 5: Orientation
New students seeking an associate degree must attend an in-person orientation. Vocational and
certificate students should contact their department advisor directly. Transfer and returning students
must complete online orientation at
http://www .cf.edu/departments/sa/enroll/online_orientation. pdf.
Vocational or certificate seeking students DO NOT have to complete orientation.
m.monroe 11-6-08
Step 6: Fees
Fees are subject to change each academic year for in-state and out-of-state students.
•
•
•
Tuition and fees are due in full by the due date shown on your fee statement.
Nonpayment may result in all classes being dropped (unless you have been awarded financial
aid), and re-registration is on a space available basis before the semester begins or during
the "add" period only.
Fees are paid in Ocala at the Cashier in the Bryant Student Union, in Enrollment Services at
the Citrus Campus in Building Ll, at the Levy Center, or online via the MyCFCC portal
from the student schedule, click on fee statement.
State employees - Students using the State Employee Tuition Waiver may register during the add
period ONLY. Check the college catalog or our academic calendar online for this date. The waiver ·
covers six (6) credit hours of tuition each semester. The Request for State Employee Fee Waiver
MUST be completed each semester.
International students should call 352-854-2322, ext. 1386, for registration or information.
Transfer students - To register, students must request that official transcripts be sent from their
high school and ALL colleges attended to CFCC's Office of Admissions and Records. If students have
not taken college level English or math, they may need to satisfy CFCC's placement testing
requirements (ACT, SAT, or CPT scores that are less than two years old). Transcripts must be
received and evaluated by CFCC before a transfer student may register.
Transfer students should complete online orientation. They may then select courses and register on
the Web on or after their priority registration date (posted on the MyCFCC Web Portal). Those
needing additional academic advising and/or assistance with the online registration process, please
call 352-873-5802 Ocala Campus, 352-249-1202 Citrus Campus or 352-493-9533 Levy Center.
Transient students - Students must present a transient letter from their home college. Transient
letters may be requested through an online service by going to www.FACTS.org. If the home or
transient school does not participate in the online service, a hard copy letter must be obtained from
the home school. The letter must specify the courses that the home college has approved for you to
take at CFCC. If you decide to change your enrollment status to transfer at CFCC, you must
complete a Change of Status Form to change your program of study- see "Transfer Students"
directions above. Transient students may only register in-person in the Enrollment Services
Center on the Ocala Campus, the Counseling Office at the Citrus Campus or at the Levy Center
beginning on the 0+ priority registration date.
Students with disabilities - If you have a disability and require accommodations (e.g. sign
language interpreter) for testing or an orientation/ registration session, please contact Access
Services at 352-854-2322, ext. 1580, or e-mail Kimberley Smith at [email protected]
Citrus Campus Contact Information
Assessment/Testing Center
352-249-1213
Bookstore /Barnes & Noble-Citrus Campus
352-249-1238
Counseling/Advising
352-249-1202
Educational Opportunity Center
352-746-6721 ext. 6147
Enrollment Services
352-249-1203
Faculty Office
352-249-1206
Your Enrollment Services representative today was:
-an equal opportunity college-
GETTING STARTED at CFCC CITRUS CAMPUS
Step 1: Application
You'll need to submit a one-time, $20 nonrefundable fee with each application. Submit paper
applications to the Enrollment Services Center at the campus nearest you or mail to CFCC
Admissions and Records, P.O. Box 1388, Ocala, FL 34478-1388. Online applications can be
completed at CFCC's web site, www.CF.edu, by clicking on "Apply." All sections of the online
application must be filled out completely and payment can be submitted online as well.
Step 2: Transcripts
You must request a transcript from every high schooi/GED and every college/vocational school you
have attended. The OFFICIAL transcript must arrive in a sealed, unopened envelope showing
·
date of graduation to CFCC Admissions and Records, P.O. Box 1388, Ocala, FL 34478-1388 via
regular mail. After your first semester, missing transcripts will block future registration. To request
an official copy of a GED from the Department of Education, use the GED request form available in
the Enrollment Services Center.
Step 3: Financial Aid
Be sure to select appropriate academic year, include CFCC's federal school code- 001471 - and
sign your application electronically utilizing your PIN (www.pin.ed.gov).
•
•
•
•
Apply
Process may take 4-6 weeks (sometimes longer), and you may be asked to submit additional
documents.
No aid can be processed until all high school and college transcripts are received and
evaluated.
Vocational students, only programs with 30 credits or more may be approved for financial
aid.
For assistance filing the FAFSA, call the Citrus Educational Opportunity Center at 352-7466721, ext. 6147.
online at www.fafsa.ed.gov
Step 4: Placement Testing
Placement scores are needed in CFCC's system prior to orientation and class registration. ACT, SAT
or CPT scores earned within the past two years are acceptable.
•
•
•
•
Request your SAT scores from www.collegeboard.com or your ACT scores from www.act.org.
To register for the CPT (for $10), call 352-854-2322, ext. 1564 or 1395 Ocala Campus, 352249-1213 Citrus Campus, 352-493-9533 Levy Center or 352-873-5881 Hampton Campus.
Vocational students, who do not have a high school diploma or GED, must meet minimum
CPT score requirements in order to be eligible for financial aid.
Students are now required to take the College Level Math test to place into college-level math
above MAT 1033 (intermediate algebra). Transfer students who have successfully
completed and transferred in college level English and college level math/algebra
may be exempt from testing.
Step 5: Orientation
New students seeking an associate degree must attend an in-person orientation. Vocational and
certificate students should contact their department advisor directly. Transfer and returning students
must complete online orientation at
http://www .cf.edu/departments/sa/enroll/online_orientation. pdf.
Vocational or certificate seeking students DO NOT have to complete orientation.
m.monroe 11-6-08
Step 6: Fees
Fees are subject to change each academic year for in-state and out-of-state students.
•
•
•
Tuition and fees are due in full by the due date shown on your fee statement.
Nonpayment may result in all classes being dropped (unless you have been awarded financial
aid), and re-registration is on a space available basis before the semester begins or during
the "add" period only.
Fees are paid in Ocala at the Cashier in the Bryant Student Union, in Enrollment Services at
the Citrus Campus in Building Ll, at the Levy Center, or online via the MyCFCC portal
from the student schedule, click on fee statement.
State employees - Students using the State Employee Tuition Waiver may register during the add
period ONLY. Check the college catalog or our academic calendar online for this date. The waiver
covers six (6) credit hours of tuition each semester. The Request for State Employee Fee Waiver
MUST be completed each semester.
International students should call 352-854-2322, ext. 1386, for registration or information.
Transfer students.- To register, students must request that official transcripts be sent from their
high school and ALL colleges attended to CFCC's Office of Admissions and Records. If students have
not taken college level English or math, they may need to satisfy CFCC's placement testing
requirements (ACT, SAT, or CPT scores that are less than two years old). Transcripts must be
received and evaluated by CFCC before a transfer student may register.
Transfer students should complete online orientation. They may then select courses and register on
the Web on or after their priority registration date (posted on the MyCFCC Web Portal). Those
needing additional academic advising and/or assistance with the online registration process, please
call 352-873-5802 Ocala Campus, 352-249-1202 Citrus Campus or 352-493-9533 Levy Center.
Transient students- Students must present a transient letter from their home college. Transient
letters may be requested through an online service by going to www.FACTS.org. If the home or
transient school does not participate in the online service, a hard copy letter must be obtained from
the home school. The letter must specify the courses that the home college has approved for you to
take at CFCC. If you decide to change your enrollment status to transfer at CFCC, you must
complete a Change of Status Form to change your program of study - see "Transfer Students"
directions above. Transient students may only register in-person in the Enrollment Services
Center on the Ocala Campus, the Counseling Office at the Citrus Campus or at the Levy Center
beginning on the 0+ priority registration date.
Students with disabilities- If you have a disability and require accommodations (e.g. sign
language interpreter) for testing or an orientation/ registration session, please contact Access
Services at 352-854-2322, ext. 1580, or e-mail Kimberley Smith at [email protected]
Citrus Campus Contact Information
Assessment/Testing Center
352-249-1213
Bookstore /Barnes & Noble-Citrus Campus
352-249-1238
Counseling/ Advising
352-249-1202
Educational Opportunity Center
352-746-6721 ext. 6147
Enrollment Services
352-249-1203
Faculty Office
352-249-1206
Your Enrollment Services representative today was:
-an equal opportunity college-
CFCC Citrus Institute
for Community
Advancement
The Institute for Community Adva ncement at the C itrus
Ca m pus, sponsored in part by the CFCC Foundation, offers
a number of educa tional and cultural events on the C itrus
Ca mpus each yea r whil e prov id ing in creased oppo rtunities
fo r community pa rtnerships and public forums rel ated to
topics of loca l interest. Key foc us areas fo r the in stitute
include environmental sustainability, leadership development
and professional development fo r nonprofi t age ncies.
For more inform ation, pl ease contact Dr. Lawter at
352-249-1 209.
Central Florida Community College
Citrus Campus, Lecanto, Florida
Dea r Students,
Ca reer planning is an important step in your dec ision making
process and your decision to continue your educa tion is one of
the most exciti ng adventures you will have.
As you begin your higher education journey, I hope you will
consider Central Florid a Community College. At CF CC,
yo u will find an a ffordable, high -quality coll ege educa tion
that ca n help you achieve your life goals.
Ou r Citrus Campus is committed to providing the best
learning opportu nities possible. Course schedules are in place
that make it possi ble to complete your Associate in Arts
deg ree in Citrus Cou nty and the re are othe r educa ti ona l
opportun ities, as well.
Our un iversity pa rtnerships also make it possible to complete
you r bachelor's degree q uickly and conveniently. Whether
you plan to con tinue your education at a fou r-yea r coll ege
or university, gain skills fo r immed iate employment, o r
expand your knowledge of new subjects, we are glad you
a re conside ring CFCC and the C itrus Cam pus.
Best wishes,
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Charles R. D assance, Ph.D .
CFCC President
O n behalf of the faculty and staff of the
C itrus Campus, I would like to extend an
in vitation for you to join the thousands of
Citrus County citizens who have positive
lea rning experiences with us each year.
Whether you are seeking a college degree
or an enjoyable afternoon learning a new
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Vernon Lawter Jr., Ed.D.
CFCC Citrus Campus Provost/Vice President
Proposed CFCC Citrus Campus
Instructional and Conference Center
Programs of Study
Citrus LEAPS
CFCC at the Citrus Campus is a great place to begin your
journey toward a university degree. Citrus Campus offers
all the requirements for the Associate in Arts degree. The
A.A. degree is designed primarily to meet the requirements
for students to transfer to coll eges and universities. Successful
completion of the A.A. degree guarantees admission into
a state university in Florida. Citrus Campus offers the core
courses for more than 30 Associate in Science degree programs.
Coll ege certificate options are also avai lable to prepare you
for entry-level employment in many areas of business and
industry. Call 352-746-672 1 o r visit www.CF.edu to learn
more about the exciting programs we offer.
Leadership, Ethics & Public Service
Through an ongoing series of focused educational workshops,
the LEAPS program promotes an increased awareness
of principle-ce ntered leadership skills and public service
opportunities among high school and college students aspiring
to be socially responsible leaders. LEAPS is open to all CFCC
and high school students in Citrus, Levy and Marion counties.
Select one or two workshops, or attend them all. Participants
completing five or more workshops receive a leadership
awa rd. There is no cost to participants. For more information
and to register ca ll 352-249-12 I0.
Ocala Campus
3001 S.W. College Road
Ocala, FL 34474-4415
352-873-5800
Citrus Campus
3800 S. Lecanto Highway
, Lecanto, FL 34461-9026
352-746-6721
Hampton Center
1501 W. Silver Springs Blvd.
Ocala, FL 344 75-6456
352-873-5881
Levy Center
114 Rodgers Blvd.
Chiefland, FL 32626-1420
352-493-9533
Appleton Museum of Al1
of Central Florida Community College
4333 E. Silver Springs Blvd.
Ocala, FL 344 70-5H01
352-291-4455
Connect to CFCC at
www.CF.edu
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1 Founders Hall
2 Science
3 Clifford B. Stearns Le< rning
Resources Center (Litrary)
4 Fine Arts Auditorium
5 C. Farris Bryant Student Union
(Cafeteria, Student Affairs, Patriot Press)
6 Gymnasium
7 Mathematics
8 Humanities and Social Sciences
9 E-One University
10 Plant Operations
11 Equine Studies and Cllinary Arts
12 Aquatic Center., Pool
13 Air Conditioning Technology
14 Horticulture and Welding
Auto Tech and Auto Bc•dy
17 Vocational Education
18 Childhood Development
Center and Lab
19 Margie N. Slaughter
Health and Human Services
31 Criminal Justice Institute
33 Health and Human Services
Classrooms
34 Staff Services, U.S. Post Office~
35 Health and Human Services
Offices
36 Bookstore
40 Ewers Century Center
(Information Center,
Klein Conference Center)
41 CFCC University Center
42 Enterprise Center
(Foundation Office,
Alumni Association Office)
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(entered from outside)
Webber Center (Exhibits and
Conferences)
Public Safety
Emergency Call Boxes
Campus Directories
Patriot Plaza
Mel Carpenter Plaza
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Direct: 352-249-1209
Main: 352-746-6721
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Fax: 352~249-1217
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College Square
Apartments
3810 W. Educational Path, Lecanto, FL 34461
Located off CR 491 on Educational Path
wrthin the Roger Weaver Educational
Complex, two miles south of Route 44
and 8/10 mile north of the CFCC Crtrus
Campus entrance. Watch for signage.
Ocala Shows
Ocala Campus
3001 S.W. College Road
The Fine Arts Audrtorium
and Webber Center are located
at the CFCC Ocala Campus,
east of 1-75 on State Road 200.
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Music, theatre and dance are culture's
common ground and this seasons' artists offer a
magical journey through our own back yard and beyond our borders.
Be inspired by America's artistic heritage. Take a walk down Broadway, our country's hub of
the dramatic arts, and experience the hysterical and smart comedy Forbidden Broadway. Follow the
creation of a legacy as famed television star Ed Asner's topical portrayal of the life and times of
Franklin Delano Roosevelt helps give new meaning to current economic times.
Discover culture &om around the globe. The world comes to you through the arts and sacred
ceremonies of the Drepung Loseling monks in Richard Gere's production The Mystical Arts of
Tibet. Your imagination will travel through the cities and countryside of Spain while enjoying the
passionate rhythms, songs and dance of Flamenco Vivo. Pack your bags and grab your tickets today!
Ocala Campus 352-854-2322, ext. 1416 • Citrus Campus 352-7 46-6721 , ext. 1416
Levy Center 352-493-9533, ext. 1416
www.CF.edu • e-mail : [email protected]
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Forbidden Broadway was first seen at Palsson's Supper Club
on New York's Upper West Side in January 1982. An
unemployed actor, Gerard Alessandrini, wanted a showcase
for his talents. He decided to assemble some of the musical
parodies of Broadway shows he had written since childhood
into a nightclub act. Critics and audiences were wowed and it
has since become New York's longest-running musical
comedy revue. Forbidden Broadway has won Drama Desk,
Obie and Outer Critics Circle awards. Most of its victims (stars
and casts) make a point of stopping by to see what Gerard
Alessandrini has done to them .
Updated regularly, Forbidden Broadway has had several editions, countless revisions, three New York City
performance spaces, several national and international tours, and thousands of special performances.
As long as Broadway and Hollywood exist, there will be a Forbidden, poking, prodding , teasing , pleasing,
jeering and cheering , but always with love.
Lecanto- Sunday, Jan. 10
Ocala - Monday, Jan. 11
"The audience . . . is spellbound . . . they sit
stunned . . . then burst into standing ovation. "
Admission is free at the CFCC Ocala Campus but with a membership to the series you are invited to
an additional film and reception. Regular admission fees apply at the Appleton Museum of Art.
2 p.m.
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Fresh and hilarious! The equivalent ofa
weeklong stay at a spa for theater lovers!"
-Frank Scheck, The New York Post
Flamenco vtvo
- Dance Magazine
Fall 2009
Date
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Sep. 29 Tuesday
Oct. 13 Tuesday
Oct. 27 Tuesday
Nov. 3 Tuesday
Nov. 17 Tuesday
en Broadway
Pride. Sorrow. Love. Passion. Universal themes that touch
and transcend the boundaries of the many cultures in
America. Through its purity of form, rhythms and intensity,
flamenco strikes primal chords in the emotions of audiences
of all ages, all cultures and all degrees of exposure to the
arts. Originally from Andalusia, the southern region of
Spain, flamenco developed from the interaction of the many
cultures that inhabited this region for centuries.
Flamenco Vivo is one of the nation's premier flamenco and
Spanish dance companies . The group's performances
uphold the purity and traditions of flamenco and classical
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Ocala- Saturday, Feb. 27
Lecanto - Sunday, Feb. 28
in new directions. The company's dramatic works are
accompanied by a full band of onstage musicians, which
highlights the very rhythmic nature of the flamenco art form.
Rapid costume changes marked by vibrant colors,
hauntingly beautiful music, frenzied guitar rhythms and a
constant interplay between female and male dancers will
keep the audience members at the edge of their seats.
The Webber Center
2010 ANNUAL DINNER THEATER
Move Ovet; Mrs. Markham
A comedy by Ray Cooney and John Chapman
Children 's book publisher Philip Markham is
asked by business partner Henry Lodge to
borrow his flat for an evening of romance with
his latest girlfriend. Markham reluctantly
agrees since he will be out with his wife , who
has granted permission to a friend to use the
flat for a date of her own. Neither is aware that
the interior designer who has been working at
the apartment also has plans for the space.
The stage becomes a flurry of activity when
the three couples, along with the Markhams,
who have had a change of plans, converge at
the apartment.
Ed Asner as FDR
This fearless and timely portrayal of Franklin Delano Roosevelt brings to life
issues faced by this country not only during the Great Depression and
World War II , but also by contemporary American society. Ed Asner stars in
this solo performance drama based upon Dare Schary's Broadway hit
"Sunrise at Campobello." The play chronicles FOR 's White House years,
including the well-known "fireside chats ," his encounters with the Supreme
Court and Congress, his personal life and his legacy as a president scorned
by some and admired by others.
Asner, who has enjoyed a successful TV, film and voice acting career, is the
recipient of seven Emmy Awards ("Mary Tyler Moore Show," "Lou Grant")
and 16 Em my nominations, five Golden Globe Awards , and member of the
TV Academy Hall of Fame.
Lecanto - Sunday, Nov. 22
Ocala - Monday, Nov. 23
TICKET INFORMATION
WEEK ONE
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Proceeds will support the CFCC Promise for
the Future Fund which provides the college with
resources to start new programs or expand
existing programs as community and student
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Tickets are $50 each or reserve a table for eight people for $400.
E-Wednesday, Jan. 27
E-Friday, Jan. 29
M-Saturday, Jan. 30
E-Saturday, Jan. 30
E-Tuesday, Feb. 2
E-Wednesday, Feb. 3
E-Friday, Feb. 5
M-Saturday, Feb. 6
M-Sunday, Jan. 31
E-Saturday, Feb. 6
M-Sunday, Feb. 7
Corporate Nights
E-Thursday, Jan. 28 Atable with a full page ad is $1,250.
E-Thursday, Feb. 4
M= matinee performance at 12:15 p.m.
E= evening performance at 5:45p.m.
Central Florida Community College Performing Arts Series
2009-2010 Schedule: Eight Great Performances
Lecanto 3 p.m.
Curtis Peterson Auditorium
CFCC Ocala Campus 7:30 p.m.
Fine Arts Auditorium
Mystical Arts of Tibet
Sunday, Oct. 18
Monday, Oct. 19
Ed Asner as FOR
Sunday, Nov. 22
Monday, Nov. 23
Forbidden Broadway
Sunday, Jan. 10
Monday, Jan. 11
Flamenco Vivo
Sunday, Feb. 28
Saturday, Feb. 27
CFCC Theatre
Nov. 6-8 and Nov. 13-15, 2009
March 26-28 and April 2-3, 2010
CFCC Variations
Nov. 20-22, 2009
April16-18, 201 ID
Mystical Arts ofTibet
Join us for a transformative experience as Tibetan lamas, dressed in
magnificent costumes, take the stage and play horns, trumpets,
drums and bells to promote world healing and introduce Tibetan
culture . The famed singers of Tibet's greatest monastery have
performed their sacred music and dance to full houses in many
American preeminent theaters and performance venues , including
Carnegie Hall and the Ravinia Festival. The Drepung Losel ing monks
are featured performing these traditional Tibetan chants on the
Golden Globe-nominated soundtrack of the motion picture "Seven
Years in Tibet," starring Brad Pitt. They have shared the stage with
Paul Simon, Philip Glass, Sheryl Crow, Michael Stipe, the Beastie
Boys, and many others.
The group will also spend the week on campus creating a mandala
sand painting , in which millions of grains of colored sand are
painstakingly laid into place to form a painting symbolizing the earth
and its inhabitants. You can visit the Webber Center to view the
mandala creation from Oct. 20 to 22. Call the Webber Center Gallery
at 352-873-5809 for information.
"absolutely
overwhelming"
-Los Angeles Times
Individual
Season
Gold Honors Season
Unreserved
Reserved
Unreserved
Reserved
Lecanto, $20-$25
Lecanto, $22-$27
Lecanto, $70
Lecanto, $80
Ocala, $25-$30
Ocala, $90
Lecanto matinee group discounts available in all categories. 10 tickets: 10% discount,
15 tickets: 15% discount, 20 tickets: 20% discount • Group tickets must be purchased at one time. All tickets are nonrefundable.
Lecanto- Sunday, Oct. 18
Ocala- Monday, Oct. 19
A Richard Gere and
Drepung Loseling
production
OCALA CAMPUS GUIDE
Founders Hall (Administration)
Science
Clifford B. Stearns Learning Resources Center
4 Fine Arts Auditorium
C. Farris Bryant Student Union
(Cafeteria, Student Affairs, Patriot Press)
Gymnasium
Mathematics
Humanities and Social Sciences
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Plant Operations
Equine Studies
Aquatic Center/Pool
Air Conditioning Technology
Horticulture and Welding
Auto Tech and Auto Body
Personal Services Institute (Cosmetology)
17 Vocational Education
18 Childhood Development Center
and Lab
19 Margie N. Slaughter Health and
Human Services
31 Criminal Justice Institute
33 Health and Human Services
Classrooms
34 Staff Services
35 Health and Human Services,
U.S. Post Office i1:
36 Bookstore
37 Offices
40 Ewers Century Center (Information
Center, Klein Conference Center)
41 CFCC University Center
42 Enterprise Center (Foundation
Office, Alumni Association Office)
Classrooms 101, 102, 103
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Patriot Plaza
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DEAR STUDENTS,
This is a very special time in your life-planning process, and your educational experience
is one of the most exciting adventures you will have.
As you begin your higher education journey, you will find the support, guidance and
resources you need at Central F lorida Community College. We've created this guide
to help you get started at CFCC and to provide you with the knowledge you need for
continuing success.
Our Ocala and Citrus campuses and Levy and Hampton centers are committed to
providing the best learning opportunities possible. Course schedules are in place that
make it possible to complete your Associate in Arts degree and many other educational
oppor tunities as well.
Our university partnerships also make it possible to complete your bachelor's degree
quickly and conveniently. Whether you plan to continue your education at a four-year
college or university, gain skills for immediate employment or expand your knowledge
of new subjects, we are glad you are considering CFCC.
Best wishes,
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Charles R. Dassance, Ph.D.
CFCC President
TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS
Appl y for admissi on
Ocala Campus
3001 S.W. College Road
Ocala, FL 34474-4415
352-873-5800
Levy Center
114 Rodgers Blvd.
Chiefland, FL 32626-1420
352-493-9533
Hampton Center
1501 W. Silver Springs Blvd.
Ocala, FL 34475-6456
352-873-5881
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January- May
September- October
January- March
Apply as soon as possible after January 1
Priority for appl ications submitted by May 1
Submit transcripts and other required documents
to Admi ssions and/or Financ ial Aid
January- May
September- October
January- March
Take the CPT (Coll ege Placement Test ) orTABE
May -June
October- November
February- April
Comp lete or ientat ion
June- August
October- January
March- June
Meet with an academ ic advisor
May- July
September- November
January- April
Register for classes
June- August
October - December
March -April
Within 10 business days of first registration
Pay fees
Purchase books, obtain ID card and parking decal
Appleton Museum of Art
of Central Florida
Community College
4333 E. Silver Springs Blvd.
Ocala, FL 34470-5001
352-291-4455
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3800 S. Lecanto Highway
Lecanto, FL 34461-9026
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Early Alert
The college provides personal assistance to help students cope with
stress, adjustment difficulties, anxiety, depression, substance abuse
and school, home or work relationships. Call 800-878- 5470.
The Early Alert referral program assists students not making
satisfactory progress and/or exhibiting behaviors that may lead to
academic or behavioral difficulties. Once a student is identified by
faculty, the staff fi·om the Offtce of Testing and Career Development
will contact and work with the student in an effort to increase their
chances of becoming academically successful at CFCC.
College Success Institute
CS I students are assigned co llege developmental classes as indicated
by placement scores. The three areas of CS I concentration are
mathematics, English (writing) and reading. For more information,
call 352- 854- 2322, ext. 1895.
Career Counseling
CFCC counselors and faculty are here to help you reach your academic
o1· vocational goals. Staff can help you determine what courses to take,
your best choice of universities to complete your career path or how
you can achieve your goals with a two-year or vocational certificate.
Dual Enrollment
Dual Enrollment is a cooperative effort among Central Florida
Community College and the school boards of Citru , Levy and
Marion counties to provide enhanced learning opportunities for
qualified high school students. Student may accelerate their college
education through courses offered at the high school site or a CFCC
location at no cost! For more information, call 352-854-2322, ext. 1379.
Outreach Programs
Educational Opportunity Center and Student Support Services are
Trio programs that provide support to students through tutoring,
mentoring and workshops. To learn more, visit Student Affairs at
www.CEed u/ departments/ sa/.
University Partnerships
CFCC has partnership agreements with eight institutions of higher
learning to offer baccalaureate, graduate and doctoral level programs.
They are Barry University, Capella University, Florida Southern College,
Florida State University, Saint Leo University, University of Central
Florida, University of Florida and Webster University. Each college or
university has its own admission criteria and graduation requirements.
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BECOMING A SUCCESSFUL STUDENT I BOOI<S & SUCCESS STRATEGIES
To determine what degree or program is right for you, consider your goals
for the future. Do you want to earn a bachelor's degree? Or are you more
interested in training that will prepare you to immediately enter the workforce?
Here are some examples of the programs CFCC offers and the paths you can
follow with each degree/certification.
may be purchased at the bookstore. Students can get first choice on used
books by ordering early online at www.CFCC.bncollege.com. If you have
a financial aid award and a credit balance on your account, you may be able
to charge your books to your CFCC account. You are responsible for
making sure those charges are paid.
Purcha e all of your Patriot apparel at the
CFCC Bookstore.
START AT CFCC, TRANSFER TO A UNIVERSITY
Associate in Arts Degree
An Associate in Arts degree permits students to
transfer into the junior year of a college or university.
A.A.
Assoc1ate
A.S. to B.S. Programs
Associate in Science to Bachelor of Science programs are
a limited number of programs that allow students with
A.S. degrees to transfer into a designated B.S. degree at a
specific university.
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Associate in Science Degree
An Associate in Science degree prepares students to
enter the labor market with technical skills in specific
program areas.
. Applied Technology
D1ploma
Applied Technology Dtploma
An ATD program provides entry-level courses
in a specific area that can be applied toward an
Associate in Science degree.
Postsecondary Adult Vocational
(Workforce) Certificate
A PSAV certificate program provides training
for job-entry technical skills.
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Associate in Science to Bachelor of Applied Science
programs allow students with A.S. degrees to transfer
into the correlated BAS degree programs at state
universities or colleges.
College Credit Certificate
A College Credit Certificate provides a set of
technical skills in a specific area of study.
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WHERE CAN I GO FOR HELP?
Your Instructor can be a great source of assistance.
Visit your in structor during office hours or after cla s
to ask for help with difficult academic material.
The Math Lab at the Ocala Campus provides tutorial and
homework assistance and has computers available for math
assignments. Drop in or make an appointment. Located in the
Mathematics Building, Room 105, open Monday-Thursday, 8
a.m.-6 p.m.; and Friday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Summer hours may vary.
The Writing Center at the Ocala Campus provides
tutorial assistance by appointment for all elements of
writing: identifying writing assignment topics, making
outlines, doing research, writing mechanics, and grammar
and punctuation. The center also provides a proofreading
service for student writing assignments and offers workshops.
Located in the Learning Resources Center, Room 10 IJ,
open Monday and Wednesday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday and
Thursday, 8 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30p.m.; and
Saturday, I 0 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Summer hours may vary.
The Learning Support Center at the Ocala Campus offers
free computer access, assistance using computer software
programs, in-person individual and small-group tutoring
assistance, and Smart Thinking individual online tutorials.
Located in the Learning Resources Center, Room 101, open
Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday, 7:30a.m.4·:30 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; closed on Sundays.
Summer hours may vary.
The Foreign Language Lab uses computer software to assist
students who are enrolled in Spanish and French, and also
assists students in English for Speakers of Other Languages.
Learning Resources Centers, or libraries, are available at the
Ocala and Citrus campuses. Receive ass istance using databases,
doing research, and creating APA and MLA citations; check
out books, CDs and other materials; use inter-library Joan;
reserve a quiet study room for individual or group study; and
access the online Ask a Librarian service. The Ocala Campus
LRC is open Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday,
7:30 a.m.-4:30p.m.; and Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The Citrus
Campus LRC is open Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-8:30p.m.;
Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; and selected Saturdays. Summer
hours vary.
www.CF.edu
CENTRAL FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 13
BECOMING A SUCCESSFUL STUDENT /THE APPLICATION PROCESS
BECOMING A SUCCESSFUL STU DENT I ORIENTATION & REGISTRATION
Frequently Asked Questions
Who attends orientation?
• All new, first-time college students seeking an associate
degree are required to attend an in-person orientation .
• Vocational and certificate students should contact their
department advisor directly to determine if they need
to attend orientation.
• Transfer and returning students are required to
complete an online orientation located on the CFCC
Web site at www.CF.edu.
When do I attend orientation?
• New, first-time college students seeking an associate degree
will receive a postcard inviting them to their assigned
orientation one to two weeks prior to the orientation date.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TO APPLY
Application fee :
• CFCC charges a one-time, nonrefundable application fee that
can be paid by debit or credit card online or by cash, check
or money order to the Cashier at the Citrus, Levy, or Ocala
campuses (select the cash on delivery, COD, option).
• Returning dual-enrollment students do not need to pay
this application fee when exiting from the program;
these students should call 352-854-2322, ext. 1379, for
instructions once their online application is complete.
Residency:
• In order to be considered a Florida resident for tuition
purposes, a person must have been residing in the state for
the past 12 months and meet the criteria outlined in Florida
statute. Being classified a Florida resident means that a
student is charged a lower rate of tuition than an out-of-state
resident. Therefore, it is important to provide the required
and requested documents for residency classification quickly.
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• Vocational and certificate students should contact their
department advisor for this information.
• Transfer, transient and returning students should complete
the online orientation as soon as possible.
Why must I attend orientation?
In-person orientation is essential for new degree-seeking
students. Students learn about the different types of degrees
and the corresponding course requirements, the college's
policies and procedures, campus resources and tools for
success, how to utilize the college's portal for registration
and the importance of meeting critical deadlines, among
other things.
• An independent student, generally over the age
of 24, needs a Florida driver's license and voter
registration card or vehicle registration to complete
their application.
• A dependent student, generally under the age of
24·, needs to have the parent's or legal guardian's
Florida driver's license and voter registration card or
vehicle registration information to complete the application.
Providing official transcripts :
• Official transcripts (provided electronically or in a sealed,
unopened envelope) from your high school and every
vocational school, college, or university you have attended
must be provided to CFCC after you have completed the
online application. Copies of original GED diplomas or
international transcript evaluation service transcripts may
also be required.
What do I need to do before I can register for classes?
Log in to your portal at www.CF.edu and click on the blue MyCFCC button on the top left. Then, on the next page on the far
left, ther~ is a place to log in. The user ID is your CFCC ID number and the original password is the month and day of your
b1rthday m MM/DD format. If you do not know your student ID, you can find it by clicking on the second tab on the portal
login page, which says ID and Password Info.
• Check for holds on your record that need to be resolved. In the portal you will see an area on the homepage entitled
Enrollment. Check for missing documents under Academics. The Education link will give you the status of all of
your transcripts.
• Keep your address, telephone number, and e-mail information current with the college.
• Meet with an academic advisor each semester to develop and monitor your college plan.
• Before registering for an online class, be sure you have an adequate home computer and appropriate Internet access, you are
self-motivated, and you know the difference between an online class and a hybrid class. Seek the guidance of an advisor or
instructor before registering for an online course.
To register, log in to your portal and click on the Enrollment tab. Click Register for Classes and make sure your options are
set for the correct term and year. Enter the course number and section for the course you wish to add.
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BECOMING A SUCCESSFUL STUDENT I FINANCIAL AID
Students who are interested in receiving
financial assistance to attend CFCC must
complete three steps.
1
Apply for a PIN, or personal identification number,
at www.pin.ed.gov.
The PIN serves as your electronic signature and allows you
to electronically apply for federal student aid and to access your Federal
Student Aid records online. If you are a dependent, you and a parent or
guardian must acquire a PIN. Your PIN will be mailed ore-mailed soon
after you apply. A correct e-mail address will expedite processing.
£} Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
~at www.FAFSA.ed.gov.
Be sure to include CFCC's school code, 001471 . The FAFSA must
be completed in order to qualify for aid . The comprehensive "Funding
Education Beyond High School: The Guide to Federal Student Aid" is
available online at http: / /studentaid.ed.gov/students/publications/
student_guide/index.htmi. Students can also request a copy by calling
800-4-FED-AID (800-4·33-3243) or by writing to the Federal Student Aid
Information Center, P.O. Box 84, Washington, D.C. 20044.
For best results, apply early. If all information is
submitted by the best results date, financial aid
should be processed by the start of classes for
the semester.
• For fall registration,
complete by June l.
• For spring registration,
complete by Oct. l.
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Submit a CFCC scholarship application.
Go to the CFCC Web site at www.CF.edu. On the left side
menu, click on Current Student, then Financial Aid, then CFCC
Scholarship Application under the Scholarship heading. You will find
general information about the process as well as links to the online
application for new and returning users.
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Tuition and fees will be deferred automatically at the time of registration
for students who have a financial aid award listed for that semester. In some
situations, students who don't have a listed award may have tuition deferred
pending verification or Standards of Academic Progress appeal review.
• For summer registration,
complete by Feb. l.
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TYPES OF FINANCIAL AID
Financial aid includes gift aid that does not have to be repaid,
federal work study that you earn by working, and loans
that must be repaid. Complete information and eligibility
requirements for all programs can be found at www.CF.edu.
Go to Current Student, then Financial Aid.
• Gift aid includes Florida Bright Futures, Federal Pell
Grants, Academic Competitiveness Grant, Federal
Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, Florida
Student Assistance Grants, Florida Student Assistance
Grants for Career Education, CFCC scholarships, and
outside cholarships and grants.
• Federal Work-Study is based on financial need and
enrollment in a degree or eligible certificate program. Jobs
are located on campus and the work schedule is arranged
around the student's clas schedule. For information, contact
the Financial Aid Office.
• Loans include the subsidized Federal Direct Stafford Loan,
the unsubsidized Federal Direct Stafford Loan and the
Federal Direct Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students.
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VERIFICATION
Verification is the process of determining the accuracy
of information you entered on your FAFSA. The federal
government may require institutions to collect documentation
to support the income and household information you report
in your FAFSA. If your file is selected for verification, you
will be notified in writing. You will not be awarded financial
aid until your original application has been compared to
your documents for accuracy. Corrections will be made if
required and your application will be revised accordingly.
The verification process takes 6-8 weeks to complete once
you ·ubmit all required documentation.
STANDARDS OF PROGRESS
Federal, state and college regulations require that students
maintain satisfactory academic progress toward the completion
of a specific educational program in order to be eligible to
receive financial aid. The minimum standards at CFCC are
applied uniformly to all financial aid recipients.
Student must:
• maintain a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA in all
cour es attempted
• successfully complete 67 percent of all courses attempted
• complete the degree or certificate within 150 percent
of program length, measured in credit hours.
GETTING YOUR BOOKS
If you have a financial aid award you may be able to charge
your books to your CFCC account. Check with the bookstore
for specific dates and times. If you are able to charge your
books, you are responsible for making sure those charges
are paid.
FOR FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION:
Ocala Campus
Citrus Campus
Levy Campus
www.CF.edu
352-873-5801
352-746-6721, ext. 6104
352-493-9533, ext. 2101
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BECOMING A SUCCESSFUL STUDENT I PLACEMENTTESTING
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PLACEMENT TEST SCORES
What is the Computerized Placement Test?
The CPT is used to determine if a student
needs to take preparatory classes prior to
taking college credit courses. The CPT measures
competency levels in reading, English, arithmetic
and algebra.
Students may place into preparatory or coll ege credit courses. The
following chart shows which courses students test into based on their
scores on th e CPT Students with exceptional SAT and ACT scores may
sub titute those scores for entry into college-level courses. Any student
testing into MAT 1033 who wishes to test in to a higher-level math cou rse,
will be req uired to take the CLM (College Level Math) exam.
What is the TABE?
The Test of Adult Ba ic Education measures
reading, English, mathematics and spelling.
READING 1
Which test do I take - CPT orTABE?
The CPT is used for all Associate in Arts and
Associate in Science programs. The TAB£ is
used for vocational and/ or certificate programs.
Why do I have to take tests?
Florida statutes req uire placement testing
and in many cases ex it testing for commw1ity
coll ege students to help ensure success.
Courses
CP T
REA 0001C
0-59
REA 0002C
60-82
Appointments are required to take the tests
at CFCC.
What study material is available?
For the CPT, go to www.CF.edu. In the search
panel type in CPT Practice, click on the first link
and it will take you to the study guide with
answers. For the TABE, go to www.CF.edu and
type TAB£ Study Guid e in th e search panel.
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83 or higher
"No p1·eparatory English courses
are requi1·ed with:
• ACT English scores rif 17 or higher
• SAT/ Verbal scores rif 440 or higher
• CPT scom rif 8S or higher·
Courses
CPT
CLM
MAT 0012c
0-69 (arithmetic score)
n/a
MAT 0024C
0-71 (algebra score)
n/a
MAT 1033
72-94 (algebra score)
0-39*
MAC 1105, MGF 1106,
MGF 1107, MTB 1321,
STA 2023, STA 2023H
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MAC 1147, MAE 2801
95 or higher• and
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MAC 2233, MAC 1140,
MAC 2311
95 or higher• and
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courses are 1·equi1·ed with·
must also take the CLM and score a +O o1· higher.
• ACT Mathematics scor·es
rif I 9 or higher
• SAT/ 111athematics scores
PLACEMENT TESTING CENTERS:
rif 440 or higher
• CPT A lgebm scores
Ocala Campus 352-854-2322, ext. 1564
rif 72 01· higher
Citrus Campus
Levy Center
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'No preparatory 1·eading courses
are requi1·ed with:
• ACT Reading scores rif 18 or higher
• SAT! Reading scores rif 440 or highe1·
• CPT scores rif 8S or higher
MATHEMATICS 3
How and when do I take the test?
The CPT and TABE may be taken at any of
the CFCC campuses. The CPT may also be taken
at all of the district high schoo ls. Official CPT
and TAB£ scores from other state comm unity
colleges and schools may be accepted.
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352-746-6721
352-493-9533
CFCC identification number:
• Upon acceptance CFCC provides each student with a
unique ID number. A CFCC ID number is needed to
access your personalized MyCFCC account, as well
as for services provided in person and over the telephone.
M emorizing your CFCC ID makes it eas ier to access
student ser vices.
• Students will receive their CFCC ID number in their
official acceptance letter from the college. Students may
also u e the ID and password feature on MyCFCC to
find their CFCC ID number u ing their Social Security
number after their application has been processed.
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• Keep this card! It i how you will receive your finan cial aid
and refund s from CFCC.
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Thi s is NOT a cred it card!
Read the information with the ca rd to choose how yo u
will receive your finan cial aid and refunds.
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BECOM I NG A SUCCESSFU L ST UDENT I FEES, PARKING & ID
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AT CENTRAL FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE
ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE
(Placement test required, ACT/SA T /CPT)
(Placement test required, ACT/ SAT/ CPT)
The Associate in Arts degree program permits students to transfer into
CFCC prepares students to enter the labor market with technical skills
the junior year of a college or university. A student must select one area
of interest from those listed below for advising purposes.
Classes should be paid at the time of registration or within I 0
busin ess days of the date of the student's first registration
each semester. Students who do not pay by the deadline may
be purged (removed from their courses).
METHODS OF PAYMENT
• Self- Pay. Completed online using a debit or credit card,
or in person at the Ocala, Citrus or Levy Cashier by cash,
check or credit/ debit card.
• Florida Pre-Paid. Account holders must present their
Florida Pre-Paid Card to the Cashier's Office each semester.
• Third-Party Payments. Students who have third-party
payers (employers or governmental programs) must present
the voucher of proof to the Cashier's Office each semester.
• Financial Aid. Once the drop / add period has passed and
attendance ha been verified, the Financial Aid office will
begin posting aid to student accounts. This is done on the
last business day of each week. Refunds are placed on the
student's Higher One debit card three business days after
aid is credited to student accounts.
HOW DO I GET MY REFUND?
Refunds are posted to your Higher One debit card (also
known as the CFCC OneCard). You will receive a card in
the mail within two weeks after registering for the first time.
Retain the card and all information mailed with it; you will be
charged a fee for a replacement. It is advised that you go to
www.CFCCOneCard.com and activate the card immediately.
You must select a preference for receiving any financial aid
disbursements or refunds from the college.
• Debit card disbursement. Funds are available within hours.
• Direct deposit to student's account. Requires submission of
a completed Automated Clearing House form to
Higher One before any disbursements will be processed.
Funds are available within two to three business days.
• Paper check. Funds are available within five or more
business days.
Students who are not receiving financial assistance and are
unable to pay tuition must offtcially drop their courses
or they will be responsible for payment.
1051 ...... Advertising
1013 ...... Agriculture
1000 ...... Allied Health (i .e.
Respiratory Therapy,
Radiologic Sciences)
1011 ...... Animal Science
1021 ...... Architecture
1101 ...... Art
1041 ..... Biology
1022 ...... Building Construction
1052 ...... Business Administration
1191 ..... . Chemistry
1071... . Computer Science
1132 ... .. . Consumer and Family Science
1222 ..... Criminal Justice
1122 ... .. . Dentistry
1102 ...... Drama
1053 ..... . Economics
1082 ...... Education- Elementary
1083 ... .. . Education- Music
1086 .. . ... Education - Physical
1087 ...... Education - Secondary
1088 ...... Education- Special
1091 ..... Engineering
1151 ...... English
1009 ...... Environmental Studies
1111 ...... Foreign Language
1012 ...... Forestry
1223 ... .. . History
1290 ..... Human Services
1103 ... ...
1104 ......
1491 .....
1161 ......
1061 ... ...
1171 ......
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Humanities
Interior Design
Liberal Arts
Library Science
Mass Communications
Mathematics
Medical Technology
Medicine
Music
Nursing B.S.
Pharmacy
Philosophy
Physical Therapy
Physics
Political Science
Pre- LPN to ADN Bridge
Pre-Nursing A.S. to B.S.
Pre-Physical Therapist
Assistant
Pre-Radiography
Psychology
Public Relations
Religious Studies
Social Studies
Social Welfare
Sociology
Speech
Statistics
Veterinary Science
POSTSECONDARY ADULT VOCATIONAL
(WORKFORCE} PROGRAMS
(Placement testing required.)
Workforce certificate credit programs provide training for job-entry
technical skills in the following areas:
7262 ..... Air Conditioning,
Refrigeration and Heating
Technology
7281 ...... Applied Welding
Technologies
7263 ..... Automotive Collision
Repair and Refinishing
7264 ..... Automotive Service
Technology
7268
Barbering
7270 .. . ... Commercial Vehicle
Driving
7244 ...... Correctional Officer*
7267 ..... Cosmetology
7276 ..... Customer Assistance
Technology
7253 ..
Law Enforcement
Officer*
7230 ...... Practical Nursing*+
7224 ..... Surgical Technology*+
• Standard high school diploma or GED mpured.
+ Sprdal admissions programs. A separate applicatwn must befilnl with the nspectivt dl'partmenl
for these programs. Admission to the coUege deus not gutlmntee admrwon to these programs.
APPLIED TECHNOLOGY DIPLOMA
(High school diploma or GED required. Placement test 1·equired, TABE.)
These programs provide entry-level courses in a specific area that can
be applied toward an Associate in Science degree.
• Students must bring a copy of their student schedu le to the Public Safety Offtce to obtain a parking decal
and student ID card.
• Parking decals are requ ired for currently enrolled students parking at CFCC's Ocala and Citrus location s.
Students should park in spaces with white curbs or no markings, but not in reserved or visitor spaces.
• Student 10 cards are only available to currently registered cred it students and are required for computer use and
checlwut of materials at the Learning Resources Center; at the Bookstore to return books during book buy-back
or to purchase books with financial aid; for admittance to some exams; for access to campus events; for clinicals in
A.S. health programs; and for discounts at Patriot Pal businesses.
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5510 ... ... Dental Assisting
5500 ... ... Family Health Support
NONDEGREE COLLEGE CREDIT
9250 .....
9300 ......
9260 .....
9270 ......
Adult Enrichment
Educator Preparation Institute
Teacher Certification
Transient (must have letter from home institution stating student is
in good academic standing and listing courses student is allowed
to take)
in specific program areas.
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2232 . ....
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Accounting Technology
Agribusiness Management- Horticulture/Equine Specialization
Agribusiness Management-Golf Specialization
Automotive Service Management Technology
Business Administration-Career Ladder Model A.S. to B.S.
Business Management, Marketing and Administration
Computer Information Technology- Hardware Track
Computer Information Technology-Software Track
Criminal Justice Technology
Dental Assisting- Dental Practice Management+
Dental Assisting- Education+
Dental Assisting- Marketing+
Drafting and Design Technology - Architectural
Drafting and Design Technology-Mechanical
Early Childhood Education
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Engineering Technology-Quality Specialization
Equine Studies-Business Management Specialization
Equine Studies- Equine Exercise Physiology
Equine Studies- Therapeutic Riding Management Specialization
Fire Science Technology
Fire Science Technology - FES HE CompliantTrack
Health Information Technology
Human Services
Instructional Services Technology
Landscape and Horticulture Technology - Horticulture Specialization
Landscape and Horticulture Technology-Landscape Design Option
Nursing, A.S. Degree in LPN to ADN Nursing Bridge+
Nursing, A.S . to B.S. (after acceptance into program)+
Office Administration - Legal Office Specialization
Office Administration - Medical Office Administration
Office Administration - Office Management
Office Administration - Office Software Applications
Paralegal
Physical Therapist Assistant+
Radiography <Joint program with CTAE)
+Special admissions progmms. A separate applicaliott must bt ftkd with the respective departmmt
for these programs. AdmiSsion to tlu: coilege does not guarantee admtsston to these progmms.
COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE
(High school diploma or GED required.)
These programs provide a set of technical skills in a specific area of
study. Each certificate applies toward an Associate in Science degree.
6245 .. . ...
6301.. ....
6241.. ... .
6269 ......
6270 ......
6282 ..... .
6246 ......
6271 .. . ...
6201 ......
6205 ......
6286 ......
6237 .. . ...
6287 ......
6285 ......
6278 ..... .
6248 ......
6288 ... ...
6272 ......
6273 ......
6264 ... ...
6242 ......
6240 ... ...
6263 .. . ...
6232 ......
Accounting Applications
Agribusiness-Golf Course Technician
Business Administration-Business Management
Business Administration- Finance Management
Business Administration- Small Business/Entrepreneurship
Business Management- Event Planning
Business Management- Marketing Specialization
Business Operations
Child Care Center Management
Childhood Development: Early Intervention
Drafting
Emergency Medical Technician - Basic+**
Engineering Technology Support Specialist
Engineering Technology Quality Specialist
Equine Assistant Manager
Food and Beverage Management
Information Technology Support Specialist
Landscape and Horticulture Technician - Horticulture Specialization
Landscape and Horticulture Technician- Landscape Specialization
Legal Office Management
Medical Information Coder/Biller
Office Management
Office Software Applications Management
Paramedic+
•• Prerequisite for Paramedic program.
+Special admissiorLf programs. A separate appliralion must befilt•d with the respedtve department
for these programs. AdmiSsion to the colltge does not guamnfte admission to these progmms.
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BECOMING A SUCCESSFUL STUDENT I STUDENT LIFE
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The overall cost of a CFCC education isn't necessarily the price you have to pay. Financial aid comes in many forms and can
help you cover the cost of tuition, books and supplies. Be sure to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
to see what types of aid you qualify for to offset your costs. This page features examples of aid packages based on varied
personal situation . These examples are fo r illustration on ly and do not imply any guarantee of financial assistance.
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DEPENDENT STUDENT
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$ 1,427 .07
College cost for spring 2009
Estimated Family Contribution of $21,016
I REPAYMENT REQUIRED I AMOUNT
TYPE OF FI NANC IAL ASSISTANCE
Athletic teams include Men's and Women's Basketball,
Softball, Baseball and Women's Tennis. Athletics are open
to all students; however, members are selected through
recruitment, visits and tryouts. Opportunities are available
for managers and student-trainers. Contact th e Department
of Intercollegiate Athletics for information, 352- 854- 2322,
ext. 1322 or 1325.
Intramural sports enhance the overall academ ic experience.
A variety of sports are offered, including soccer, basketball,
flag football and volleyba ll. Programs are open to all
CFCC students.
Student clubs are establi shed by students and include social
experi ences, educational workshops and service projects.
FULL-TIME 23-YEAR-OLD
DEPENDENT STUDENT
Visua l and Perform ing Arts programs includ e CFCC Choir,
Concert and Jaz z Band, CFCC Th eatre, Variations show choir
and more. Students may participate or enjoy as a spectator.
For information, contact the Visual and Performing Arts
Department at 352- 854-2322, ext. 14 19.
Well ness activities include fitness classes, jogging trail,
Spinning room, sw imming pool and weight room. Check with
the Department of Athletics and Wellness Education in the
Gymnasium for a schedule or contact the Department of
Intercoll egiate Ath letics, 352- 854- 2322, ext. 1322 or 1325 .
No
$ 2,365.00
Florida Student Assistance Grant
No
$
900 .00
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
No
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Clubs ran ge from the African-American Student Union to
Federated College Republicans to the Horseman's Society.
Clubs are open to current CFCC students.
Stud ent Leadership organizations include the Student
Activities Board and Student Ambassadors. All students are
invited to interv iew. Selection is based on establi shed criteria.
No
Federal Pell Grant
$ 1,033.08
Total financial assistance package
CFCC student clubs and organizations give individuals a chance to pursue interests
while developing new relationships and leadership skills. To find out how you can get
involved, stop by the Office of Student Life in the Bryant Student Union, Room 106,
or call 352-854-2322, ext. 1578.
Academic-supported organizations are generally tied to an
academic course. They include the bands, Brain Bowl, CFCC
Th eatre and 'The Patriot Press." All students are invited to
try out, audition or interview. Selection is limited.
Florida Bright Futures Medallion Scholars scholarship
TYPE OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
$ 1,033.08
Books and supplies
$
College cost for spring 2009
$ 1,592.66
Pell Grant
No
$
420.00
Florida Student Assistance Grant
No
$
450.00
Scholarship
No
$
250.00
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Tuition and fees for 6 hours
Books and supplies
Estimated Family Contribution of $3,022
College cost for spring 2009
$ 1,120.00
I$
I$
$
477.96
315.15
793.11
I REPAYMENT REQUIRED I AMOUNT
TYPE OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
Pell Grant
No
$ 2,365.00
Florida Student Assistance Grant
No
$
900.00
Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
No
$
500.00
Total financial assistance package
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8 YEAR-OLD
FULL-liME 3N~ STUDENT
IN DEPEND~ contribution of $0
Tuition and fees for l3 hours
.f.~vU:0
to- )t.<.(en.t fer
a.p-=w $2,172.34
559.58
I REPAYMENT REQUIRED I AMOUNT
Total financial assistance package
PART-TIME 43-YEAR-OLD
INDEPENDENT STUDENT
$ 4,798.08
$ 3,765.00
Tuition and fees for l3 hours
$ 1,033.08
Books and supplies
$
College cost for spring 2009
$ 1,592.66
559.58
WHY
CHOOSE
CFCC?
CFCC offers a
high-quality,
affordable
education, close
to home. In addition
to academics,
CFCC offers
extracurricular
activities and clubs.
College Square
Apartments offers
the best features
of apartment
living in close
proximity
to the Ocala
Campus.
Estimated Famt y
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