College Stats and Facts 2008-2009

'08 - '09 Unduplicated Headcount (Annual): 16,931

Annual Credit:
Annual  Non Credit:

Fall 2008 Headcount:
    Fall Credit:
    Fall Non-Credit:
FTE Enrollment (Annual):

12,906
3,959

10,317
8,565
1,657
5,573

76% (full time: 33.6%, part-time 66.4%)
24%


(83%)
(17%)
full-time equivalent

'08 - '09 Degrees & Awards Granted: 1,882

Bachelor of Applied Science: 67
(202 bachelor's graduates since 2004)
Associate of Arts: 998
Assoc. of Science: 358
Certificate: 381
Educator Preparation Institute: 78

Students:

First time in college: 11.4%
Average Class Size: 22 students
Average age: 29
Age Range:

4% under age 18
51% age 18 to 24
16% age 25 to 29
15% age 30 to39
10% age 40 to 49
3.6% age 50 & over

Graduates
  • Approx. 37% of the local high school graduates from Okaloosa and Walton County enroll at NWFSC within one year of high school completion.
  • 83% of NWFSC graduates at FL universities achieve a 2.5 university GPA or higher & NWFSC students who transfer to FL universities perform better than native university students in upper division coursework.
  • 100% Registered Nursing (RN) licensure passage rate for the past 3 years
  • 96% job placement rate for career programs
Faculty: 294 ( Full Time: 92; Part Time: 202)

Full-Time Faculty Qualifications: Doctorate: 41%; Masters Plus: 17%; Masters: 38%; Bachelors/Other: 4%

NWFSC has the highest percentage of full-time faculty with doctoral degrees among the 28 public state and community colleges in the Florida college system.

 

Budget

Tuition:
NWFSC tuition and fees of $75.73 per credit hour in-state lower division and $ 89.39 per credit hour upper division are the lowest in Florida of any community, state college or university. Alabama residents qualify for in-state fees at NWFSC with a $1 per credit hour additional border state fee ($76.73 and $90.39).

ROTC Professor Samantha Dawson with Students Cheerleaders Student in Graphics Lab Girls in Student Activities shirts

 

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