CCF opens new Levy County campus in Chiefland

The College of Central Florida (CCF) has opened a new campus in Levy County, the CCF Jack Wilkinson Levy Campus, an $18 million facility which is located 5 miles north of Chiefland at 15390 NW U.S. Hwy. 19 (on the west side of US 19). A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at the campus on August 11.

The last day to apply for fall admission of Aug. 9, and classes start on August 21. Students who apply to CF Levy Campus for fall 2017 will be considered for one of one-hundred $500 scholarships to those who will attend the college’s first classes. The $30 college application fee will also be waived for students to plan to attend the new campus. Additional information will be sent via mail, and scholarship awards will be made upon completed registration. For additional information regarding enrollment and the scholarship, please contact the CCF Jack Wilkinson Levy Campus at 352-493-9533.

The campus will feature a comprehensive student center with enrollment services, counseling and advising, financial aid, testing, computer stations, a campus bookstore, student lounge and student life office, a health and wellness area, five fully equipped multi-purpose classrooms, a large multi-discipline science lab, three state-of-the-art computer labs for college credit and corporate education courses, as well as faculty offices and adjunct space.

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