The sign is wrong. It used to be known as Central Florida Community College, but was recently upgraded to full collegiate status with a new name and in 2010, the College of Central Florida began offering a limited number of bachelor (4-year) degrees, whereas previously, under it's old name, it could offer only associate degrees.
This is a huge boon for the Ocala area as well as surrounding communities, for it means that students can obtain a regular 4-year degree without traveling to Gainesville or Orlando or cities even further away.
Do the college also offer classes for members of the community not interested in a degree or credits?
I like the nice, bright greens in this one and they make the blue sign really stand out.
Colorful photo - nice! I have relatives who live in Orlando.
lovely ambiance for education
Pretty and bright colors!
Bright and pretty colors!
Wow it is really green there. Nice photo.
Jacob, is this a different school from the University of Central Florida? It seems odd to have both a college and a university with the same "Central Florida" tag.
Cool shot, all that green!
Nice shot, lots of interesting detail and assorted colors.
No matter what it is called, I went to a JC for my first two years of university, and it helped me decide what I wanted to do before I transferred to a four-year one.
I hope many students are able to take advantage of this new opportunity.
I love to hear about the progress of education anywhere in our country! I hope lots of students take advantage.
Signs are expensive .. and I am not sure that staying in a one or even many horse town for college with the same kids you went to pre school with is a good thing ... get out, try those wings .. experience life and donate a sign to the local college!
I hope it is a good school. It is nice to have a college within driving distance.
I've noticed several of the community colleges in Florida have done this. I think it is a wonderful idea!
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