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Continuing Education

At Northwest Florida State College, we believe in supporting a healthy, engaged community by providing a variety of programs for self-improvement, public safety, and education.

Questions about our programs? Please contact Laura Schultze, Coordinator, Continuing Education at (850) 729-6085 or [email protected].

Continuing Education Fall 2019 Schedule of Classes

Continuing Education Enrollment Form

 Personal Enrichment

Personal Enrichment

Continue your education, in a fun and creative environment, learning and doing things you’ve always wanted to, with no tests or grades.  With over 50 classes to choose from, we provide flexible times and locations, to better fit your needs and schedule.  Classes are open to adults of all ages, and are offered at our Niceville, Ft. Walton Beach, Crestview, DeFuniak Springs, and South Walton campuses and centers. Classes include: Creative Arts, History & Politics, Hobbies, Finance, Computers, Food & Wine, Language & Personal Development, Workshops, Lunch & Learns and more.

Contact Laura Schultze, Continuing Education Coordinator at (850) 729-6085 or [email protected].

Personal Enrichment Art Classes’ Supply List

Fitness and Wellness

Fitness and Wellness

Get in shape with fitness classes at Niceville, Ft. Walton Beach, Crestview, DeFuniak Springs, South Walton campuses and centers – Yoga, Meditation, Pilates, Zumba, Tai Chi, Fitness Boot Camp, Ballroom Dancing, Tap Dancing and more. Classes run through the year and are offered from early morning until early evening.

Contact Laura Schultze, Continuing Education Coordinator at (850) 729-6085 or [email protected].

 Motorcycle Safety

Motorcycle Safety (Basic Rider Course)

NWF State College administers the Basic Rider course, which is mandatory for motorcycle license endorsement, on the behalf of the State of Florida.  Other motorcycle education courses being offered include the Advanced Rider Course and private lessons.

Contact Mike Hulion, Coordinator, Motorcycle Safety at (850) 259-6977 or [email protected].

Motorcycle Safety Fall 2019 Classes

Motorcycle Safety Enrollment Form

Course Requirements for Basic Rider Course

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Junior Raiders

NWF State College offers several camps and programs for children, ranging from 1st grade to high school seniors.

Kids on Campus

Kids on Campus is a unique opportunity for summer enrichment and fun learning in a college environment. Students choose from a variety of classes such as: athletics, hands-on science, fine & performing arts, academics, and visual arts.  Students create their own schedule and can choose morning, afternoon or all day classes.  Extended care is available in the mornings and/or afternoons.  Kids on Campus is open to students entering 3rd – 8th grades.  Campus are offered every June and July, with each camp running Monday – Thursday for two weeks.

KOC 2019 Handbook

KOC 2019 Brochure

KOC 2019 Supply List

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities are available for high school students entering 10th – 12th grades. Students can volunteer their time during the camp to earn community service hours towards their Bright Future and other scholarships.

Download Volunteer Packet

2019 Dates

Session 1: June 10-20

Session 2: July 8-18

Registration opens April 22, 2019. Contact Kids on Campus at (850) 729-6086 or [email protected].

Sports Camps

NWF State College Raiders Athletics boasts award-winning teams in softball, baseball, men’s and women’s basketball – all Conference, State and National Winners! Camps are offered throughout the year for each of these sports. Each camp is specifically designed for different ages, and includes team and group camps, as well as individual coaching.

For more information, please contact the Athletics department at (850) 729-5379.

Symphony Youth Orchestra

For more information about the Northwest Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra, please contact Lynne Fehrenbach, at (850) 687-6262 or [email protected].