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- Emerald Coast Autism Center finds new home at Northwest Florida State College
- Spring 2017 night welding orientation to be held
- New members of NWF State College Pacesetters selected
- Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Welcomes New Members
- NWF State College Chooses Stephenson as New President
- Group Advising Sessions Prepare New Students for Spring
- NWF State College Honors Students Earning Teacher Education Bachelor's Degrees
- NWF Welding Students Gain Industry Experience With Visiting Companies
- NWF State College Event Connects Students to Local Employers
- Northwest Florida State College Radiography Program Will Host Info Session
- NWF State College Foundation Provides Scholarship Opportunities to Students
- Northwest Florida State College seeks noteworthy alumni
NWF State College Spring Registration: Enroll Now by Web, Enroll In-Person January 5 & 6
Registration for the Northwest Florida State College Spring 2009 term is now in progress via the college's web site for returning students and new students who have completed the admissions process. All campus locations are closed for in-person services December 20 to January 4, but registration, payment of fees, purchase of textbooks and new student orientation are all available through the college website over the holiday break.
In-person registration will be held January 5 and 6 at all six college locations from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. Hundreds of day, evening, weekend and online classes at NWF State College begin January 7 and March 2. Late registration continues through January 14. A complete course listing is available on the college website at www.nwfstatecollege.edu.
For information, call 729-6922, in Crestview call 689-7911 or 892-8100 in Walton County starting January 5 or see the college website.
NWF State College has an open door admissions policy and there is no fee to apply for admission to the college. The college offers the lowest college tuition in Florida, financial aid, and an installment fee-payment plan. The college also offers free courses for adults who do not have a high school diploma, including adult basic education, preparation for the GED high school equivalency test, and English-As-A-Second Language. A separate schedule of non-credit personal enrichment classes through the college's Prime Time program is listed on the college website. Prime Time course registration begins January 14.