Get Smart Guide

Florida’s public and private colleges and universities, state colleges and career/technical schools offer a range of degrees, certificates and experiences. Whichever path you choose, you can find the right place to pursue your goals in the Sunshine State.

State universities

The State University System of Florida includes 12 universities with a total enrollment of more than 341,000 students.

DATA KEY: Enrollment: Undergraduates, Fall 2016. Tuition/Fees: For new undergraduate Florida resident at main campus per credit hour, Fall 2017. Room/Board: Double occupancy dorm room and meal plan for one academic year, 2016-17. Accepted: Percentage of first-time-in-college applicants admitted, Fall 2016. Deadline: Application deadline for Fall 2017 term; special financial aid and housing deadlines are listed first.
Sources: State University System of Florida;

Florida A&M University
(850) 599-3796
Enrollment: 7,364 | Tuition/Fees: $194
Room/Board: $11,684
Accepted: 38% | Deadline: 5/1

Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton
(561) 297-3040
Enrollment: 24,224 | Tuition/Fees: $206
Room/Board: $9,991
Accepted: 60% | Deadlines: 2/15, 5/1

Florida Gulf Coast University
Fort Myers
(888) 889-1095
Enrollment: 13,544 | Tuition/Fees: $204
Room/Board: $10,160
Accepted: 56% | Deadlines: 11/15, 2/15, 5/1

Florida International University
(305) 348-2363
Enrollment: 41,111 | Tuition/Fees: $218
Room/Board: $10,852
Accepted: 47% | Deadline: 11/1

Florida Polytechnic University
(800) 583-9050
Enrollment: 1,282 | Tuition/Fees: $165
Room/Board: $11,800
Accepted: 69% | Deadlines: 11/1, 5/1

Florida State University
(850) 644-6200
Enrollment: 32,628 | Tuition/Fees: $217
Room/Board: $10,548
Accepted: 53% | Deadlines: 11/1, 2/7

New College of Florida
(941) 487-5000
Enrollment: 861 | Tuition/Fees: $192
Room/Board: $9,010
Accepted: 60% | Deadlines: 11/1, 4/15

University of Central Florida
(407) 823-2000
Enrollment: 55,252 | Tuition/Fees: $212
Room/Board: $9,554
Accepted: 44% | Deadlines: 12/1, 5/1

The University of Central Florida, founded in 1963, is one of the largest universities in the nation. UCF is an academic, partnership and research leader in optics and lasers, modeling and simulation, engineering and computer science, business administration, education, hospitality management, health care and video game design. UCF’s Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy is ranked as the nation’s best video game school by The Princeton Review. Multiple programs extend learning beyond the classroom with cooperative education, internships and paid research positions that help graduates earn high-paying positions.

University of Florida
(352) 392-1365
Enrollment: 35,518 | Tuition/Fees: $213
Room/Board: $9,750
Accepted: 47% | Deadline: 11/1

University of North Florida
(904) 620-1000
Enrollment: 13,597 | Tuition/Fees: $213
Room/Board: $8,696
Accepted: 44% | Deadlines: 10/31, 5/1

University of South Florida System

(813) 974-3350
Enrollment: 30,550 | Tuition/Fees: $214
Room/Board: $10,184
Accepted: 50% | Deadlines: 11/1, 1/15, 3/1

St. Petersburg
(727) 873-4142
Enrollment: 4,028 | Tuition/Fees: $194
Room/Board: $11,560
Accepted: 41% | Deadlines: 1/15, 5/1

(941) 359-4330
Enrollment: 1,794 | Tuition/Fees: $186
No on-campus housing
Accepted: 53% | Deadline: 1/5, 5/1

University of West Florida
(850) 263-1074
Enrollment: 9,640 | Tuition/Fees: $212
Room/Board: $9,580
Accepted: 61% | Deadlines: 12/1, 5/1

State Colleges

Florida’s State Colleges are the primary point of access to higher education in Florida, with 65% of the state’s high school graduates pursuing postsecondary education beginning at a Florida college, and 82% of freshman and sophomore minority students in public higher education attending one of these 28 colleges.

DATA KEY: Enrollment: Total undergraduates, Fall 2016. Tuition/Fees: Lower Division, per credit hour for Florida residents, Fall 2017. FCS schools are open access institutions that generally do not have strict application deadlines. However, specific deadlines do apply to certain academic programs. Contact colleges to learn which deadlines apply to you.
Sources: Florida College System;
Broward College
Fort Lauderdale, Coconut Creek, Coral Springs, Davie, Miramar, Pembroke Pines, Weston
(954) 201-7350
Enrollment: 43,700 | Tuition/Fees: $118
Broward Seahawks

Broward College is recognized as one of the top three community colleges in the nation by the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program and ranked #1 in the state for the number of industry certifications awarded to students. Graduates become community and business leaders, educators, health care experts, technical professionals, law enforcement officers or many other successful professions.

Chipola College
(850) 526-2761
Enrollment: 2,231 | Tuition/Fees: $102

College of Central Florida
Ocala, Chiefland, Lecanto
(352) 873-5800
Enrollment: 7,375 | Tuition/Fees: $107

College of Central Florida has more than 60 programs of study at two campuses, two centers and the Appleton Museum of Art. CF is among the most affordable colleges in the United States and consistently ranks in the top 20% of military friendly schools in the nation. Low-cost tuition combined with personal attention in the classroom makes CF a top choice for higher education. CF has a robust campus life, from the student newspaper to honor societies and preprofessional organizations.

Daytona State College
Daytona Beach, DeLand, Deltona, New Smyrna Beach, Palm Coast
(386) 506-3059
Enrollment: 12,706 | Tuition/Fees: $102

Daytona State features small class sizes, personal attention from expert faculty, six campus locations and convenient, flexible class schedules. In addition to the Associate of Arts/University Transfer degree, Daytona State also offers more than 100 associate of science degrees and certificates, as well as bachelor degrees.

Eastern Florida State College
Cocoa, Melbourne, Palm Bay, Titusville
(321) 632-1111
Enrollment: 15,825 | Tuition/Fees: $104

Florida Gateway College
Lake City, Bell, Cross City, Olustee
(386) 752-1822
Enrollment: 3,197 | Tuition/Fees: $103

Florida Keys Community College
Key West, Marathon, Tavernier
(305) 296-9081
Enrollment: 1,013 | Tuition/Fees: $109

Florida SouthWestern State College
Fort Myers, LaBelle, Naples, Punta Gorda
(800) 749-2322
Enrollment: 16,627 | Tuition/Fees: $113

FSW offers bachelor and associate degrees and college credit certificates in 45 academic programs. Graduates of the Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene program have had 100% pass rates on the national examination for the past 17 years; graduates of the Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology program have had 100% pass rates on the certification examination for the past eight years.

Florida State College at Jacksonville
Jacksonville, Yulee
(904) 646-2300
Enrollment: 24,078 | Tuition/Fees: $105

Florida State College at Jacksonville offers more than 150 degree and certificate programs. Flexible class scheduling, online, hybrid and traditional classes are offered. The college’s world-class faculty and wide range of career-oriented programs attract a diverse student body from more than 100 countries around the world.

Gulf Coast State College
Panama City, Port St. Joe, Southport, Tyndall Air Force Base
(850) 769-1551
Enrollment: 5,483 | Tuition/Fees: $99

Hillsborough Community College
Tampa, Brandon, MacDill Air Force Base, Plant City, Ruskin
(813) 253-7000
Enrollment: 27,061 | Tuition/Fees: $104

Indian River State College
Fort Pierce, Okeechobee, Port St. Lucie, Stuart, Vero Beach
(772) 462-4722
Enrollment: 18,244 | Tuition/Fees: $104

Lake-Sumter State College
Leesburg, Clermont, Sumterville
(352) 787-3747
Enrollment: 4,613 | Tuition/Fees: $106

Miami Dade College
Miami, Doral, Hialeah, Homestead
(305) 237-8888
Enrollment: 55,206 | Tuition/Fees: $118

MDC offers more than 300 academic pathways, including aviation, computer animation, data analytics, education, entrepreneurship, fashion design & merchandising, film, TV & digital production and information technology. From student government to intercollegiate athletics, student-edited newspapers and literary magazines, internships and study abroad programs, MDC offers a full “college experience.” Its Idea Center is a hub for innovation and creativity that hosts classes, workshops and talks by tech gurus, disrupters and CEOs from cutting-edge companies.

New World School of the Arts
(Joint Degree Program with Miami Dade College and the University of Florida)
(305) 237-7408

A joint degree program with Miami Dade College and the University of Florida, NWSA is a public magnet high school and college in downtown Miami. Its dual enrollment programs are organized into four strands: visual arts, dance, theater and music.

North Florida Community College
(850) 973-2288
Enrollment: 1,324 | Tuition/Fees: $102

Northwest Florida State College
Niceville, Crestview, DeFuniak Springs, Fort Walton Beach, Hurlburt Field, Santa Rosa Beach
(850) 678-5111
Enrollment: 5,761 | Tuition/Fees: $123

Palm Beach State College
Lake Worth, Belle Glade, Boca Raton, Loxahatchee Groves, Palm Beach Gardens
(561) 967-7222
Enrollment: 30,520 | Tuition/Fees: $101

PBSC offers bachelor’s and associate degrees, professional certificates, career training and lifelong learning in more than 130 affordable, quality programs. Career program options span fields such as health care, computer science, business, biotechnology, creative arts and communications, child care, human services, teacher education, environmental science, landscape management, a wide variety of skilled trades, engineering, industrial technology and public safety.

Pasco-Hernando State College
New Port Richey, Brooksville, Dade City, Spring Hill, Wesley Chapel
(727) 847-2727
Enrollment: 11,822 | Tuition/Fees: $105

Pensacola State College
Pensacola, Century, Gulf Breeze, Milton
(850) 484-1000
Enrollment: 9,643 | Tuition/Fees: $105

Polk State College
Winter Haven, Bartow, Lake Wales, Lakeland
(863) 297-1000
Enrollment: 11,364 | Tuition/Fees: $112

PSC has campuses and centers in every corner of Polk County offering degrees in Bachelor of Applied Science, Bachelor of Science, Associate in Arts and Associate in Science and a wide range of certificate and workforce training options. PSC offers small class sizes, flexible class schedules and online options, affordable tuition, excellent financial aid, vibrant student life opportunities and intercollegiate athletics.

Santa Fe College
Gainesville, Alachua, Archer, Keystone Heights, Starke
(352) 395-7322
Enrollment: 15,404 | Tuition/Fees: $107

Seminole State College of Florida
Sanford, Altamonte Springs, Heathrow, Oviedo
(407) 708-4722
Enrollment: 17,706 | Tuition/Fees: $104

South Florida State College
Avon Park, Arcadia, Bowling Green,Lake Placid
(863) 453-6661
Enrollment: 2,722 | Tuition/Fees: $105

St. Johns River State College
Palatka, Orange Park, St. Augustine
(386) 312-4030
Enrollment: 7,114 | Tuition/Fees: $108

St. Petersburg College
St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Largo, Pinellas Park, Seminole, Tarpon Springs
(727) 341-4772
Enrollment: 30,028 | Tuition/Fees: $112

State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota
Bradenton, Lakewood Ranch, Venice
(941) 752-5000
Enrollment: 10,480 | Tuition/Fees: $102

SCF is a dynamic college dedicated to meeting the educational and workforce training needs of citizens and businesses in the region. SCF has expanded its mission to include workforce baccalaureate degrees while continuing to focus on highly respected associate degrees that prepare graduates for university transfer and professional careers. SCF is a recognized military-friendly school.

Tallahassee Community College
Tallahassee, Havana
(850) 201-8555
Enrollment: 12,200 | Tuition/Fees: $101

At TCC, students are preparing for transfer to a university (77% of AA graduates transfer to a four-year institution). Others are learning the skills they need to move directly into rewarding careers in health care, law enforcement, computer programming and other growing fields. TCC offers many transfer options across the state for those whose academic plans include a bachelor’s degree or higher, including our Golden Guarantee Programs and University Partners.

Valencia College
Orlando, Kissimmee, Winter Park
(407) 582-1507
Enrollment: 44,515 | Tuition/Fees: $103

Independent colleges& universities of Florida

Florida’s 30 not-for-profit, private schools serve more than 150,000 degree-seeking students. Programs are offered on main campuses, at more than 100 satellite sites and through more than 425 online degree programs. All are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools.

DATA KEY: Enrollment: Full-time undergraduates, Fall 2016. Tuition/Fees: One academic year, Fall 2016-17. Room/Board: Double occupancy dorm room and meal plan for one year, 2016-17. Accepted: Percentage of first-time-in-college applicants admitted, Fall 2016. Deadline: Fall term.
Data provided by ICUF.

Adventist University of Health Sciences
(407) 303-7742
Enrollment: 565 | Tuition/Fees: $13,480
Room/Board: $6,126
Accepted: 76% | Deadline: Varies by program

Ave Maria University
Ave Maria
(239) 280-2556
Enrollment: 1,032 | Tuition/Fees: $19,128
Room/Board: $10,492
Accepted: 40% | Deadline: Rolling

Barry University
Miami Shores
(800) 899-3100
Enrollment: 2,924 | Tuition/Fees: $28,880
Room/Board: $10,800
Accepted: 62% | Deadline: Rolling

Beacon College
(855) 220-5376
Enrollment: 307 | Tuition/Fees: $36,172
Room/Board: $10,690
Accepted: 48% | Deadline: Rolling
(Students with language-based learning disabilities or AD/HD.)

Bethune-Cookman University
Daytona Beach
(800) 481-2000
Enrollment: 3,584 | Tuition/Fees: $14,410
Room/Board: $8,560
Accepted: NA | Deadline: Rolling

Eckerd College
St. Petersburg
(800) 456-9009
Enrollment: 1,901 | Tuition/Fees: $41,538
Room/Board: $11,336
Accepted: 72% | Deadline: Rolling

Edward Waters College
(888) 898-3191
Enrollment: 903 | Tuition/Fees: $13,525
Room/Board: $7,282
Accepted: 58% | Deadline: Rolling

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Daytona Beach
(800) 862-2416
Enrollment: 5,017 | Tuition/Fees: $33,886
Room/Board: $10,826
Accepted: 71% | Deadline: Rolling

Everglades University
Boca Raton
(561) 912-1211
Enrollment: 2,089 | Tuition/Fees: $17,000
No on-campus housing
Accepted: 74% | Deadline: Rolling

Everglades University is a regionally accredited not-for-profit, private university that offers Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs that prepare students to advance in their current or future fields of study.  Everglades University combines small class sizes, innovative degree programs, and convenient scheduling to accommodate working students and adult learners.  Undergraduate students take one class at a time and complete each class in just one month. Graduate students can complete just two classes within an eight week time period. This concentrated approach permits students to focus on each subject and enhance their overall learning experience.  Additionally, Everglades University offers flexible class schedules. Small class sizes allow for individualized attention and greater interaction between the students and faculty. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. .

Flagler College
St. Augustine
(800) 304-4208
Enrollment: 2,935 | Tuition/Fees: $17,500
Room/Board: $10,120
Accepted: 55% | Deadline:  11/1, 3/1

Florida College
Temple Terrace
(813) 988-5131
Enrollment: 521 | Tuition/Fees: $16,550
Room/Board: $8,230
Accepted: 79% | Deadline: 8/1

Florida Institute of Technology
(321) 674-8000
Enrollment: 3,286 | Tuition/Fees: $40,446
Room/Board: $13,610
Accepted: 61% | Deadline: Rolling

Founded in 1958 to provide advanced education for professionals working in the space program, FIT’s main campus in Melbourne is located close to the Indian River, the Atlantic Ocean and less than an hour from Kennedy Space Center. Seventy percent of students come from the U.S., representing 47 states; 30% of students come from 101 other countries. Fields of study include science, engineering, aeronautics, business, humanities, mathematics, cybersecurity,
psychology, communication and education.

Florida Memorial University
Miami Gardens
(305) 626-3600
Enrollment: 1,231 | Tuition/Fees: $15,536
Room/Board: $6,734
Accepted: 25% | Deadline: Rolling

Florida Southern College
(863) 680-4111
Enrollment: 2,323 | Tuition/Fees: $33,150
Room/Board: $10,680
Accepted: 46% | Deadline: 11/1, 3/1

Hodges University
(800) 466-8017
Enrollment: 893 | Tuition/Fees: $13,700
Room/Board: No housing
Accepted: 60% | Deadline: Rolling

Jacksonville University
(904) 256-8000
Enrollment: 2,113 | Tuition/Fees: $33,930
Room/Board: $13,550
Accepted: 49% | Deadline: Rolling

Keiser University
Fort Lauderdale
(888) 534-7379
Enrollment: 11,524 | Tuition/Fees: $18,368
Room/Board: $11,240
Accepted: NA| Deadline: Rolling

Keiser University serves nearly 18,000 students on 18 Florida campuses, online and internationally. The 100-acre flagship campus in West Palm Beach extends Keiser’s educational offerings to more than 100 degrees in Florida. A comprehensive college experience is available for traditional students seeking dormitories, a culturally rich campus life comprised of students from a variety of international locations, athletics teams and a safe environment to live, learn, work and play. Committed to a “students first” philosophy, Keiser prepares graduates for careers in business, criminal justice, sports management, health care, technology, hospitality, education and career-focused general studies.

Lynn University
Boca Raton
(800) 994-5966
Enrollment: 1,950 | Tuition/Fees: $36,650
Room/Board: $11,640
Accepted: 82% | Deadline: 11/15, 3/1

Nova Southeastern University
Fort Lauderdale
(800) 541-6682
Enrollment: 3,051 | Tuition/Fees: $28,736
Room/Board: $11,540
Accepted: 53% | Deadline:11/1, 2/1

Palm Beach Atlantic University
West Palm Beach
(888) 468-6722
Enrollment: 2,300 | Tuition/Fees: $28,520
Room/Board: $9,300
Accepted: 93% | Deadline: Rolling

Ringling College of Art and Design
(800) 255-7695
Enrollment: 1,270 | Tuition/Fees: $43,040
Room/Board: $14,306
Accepted: 78% | Deadline: Rolling

Rollins College
Winter Park
(407) 646-2161
Enrollment: 2,450 | Tuition/Fees: $46,520
Room/Board: $14,450
Accepted: 61% | Deadline: 11/1, 2/15

Saint Leo University
Saint Leo
(800) 334-5532
Enrollment: 2,370 | Tuition/Fees: $21,440
Room/Board: $11,680
Accepted: 70% | Deadline: Rolling

Southeastern University
(800) 500-8760
Enrollment: 3,888 | Tuition/Fees: $24,160
Room/Board: $9,724
Accepted: 46% | Deadline: Rolling

St. Thomas University
Miami Gardens
(800) 367-9010
Enrollment: 811 | Tuition/Fees: $28,800
Room/Board: $11,700
Accepted: 54% | Deadline: Rolling

Stetson University
(386) 822-7100
Enrollment: 3,048 | Tuition/Fees: $43,240
Room/Board: $12,326
Accepted: 66% | Deadline: Rolling

University of Miami
Coral Gables
(305) 284-4323
Enrollment: 10,164 | Tuition/Fees: $47,004
Room/Board: $13,310
Accepted: 38% | Deadline: 11/1, 1/1

University of Tampa
(888) 646-2738
Enrollment: 7,124 | Tuition/Fees: $27,740
Room/Board: $10,196
Accepted: 48% | Deadline: Rolling

Warner University
Lake Wales
(800) 309-9563
Enrollment: 835 | Tuition/Fees: $20,712
Room/Board: $8,104
Accepted: 44% | Deadline: Rolling

Webber International University
Babson Park
(800) 741-1844
Enrollment: 628 | Tuition/Fees: $25,358
Room/Board: $8,942
Accepted: 50% | Deadline: 8/1

private colleges and universities

These nonpublic educational institutions hold a license from the Florida Commission for Independent Education. Schools with enrollment less than 200 are not included. Go to for a complete list.

Ana G. Mendez University System*
Orlando, South Florida, Tampa

The Art Institutes
Jacksonville, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Tampa

Baptist College of Florida*
Graceville, Jacksonville, Orlando, Panama City

Carlos Albizu University*

Chamberlain University & College of Nursing
Jacksonville, Miramar

City College*
Fort Lauderdale, Altamonte Springs, Gainesville, Hollywood, Miami

Columbia College*
Jacksonville, Orlando, Patrick Air Force Base

DeVry University
Jacksonville, Miramar, Orlando

Florida Career College
Boynton Beach, Hialeah, Jacksonville, Lauderdale Lakes, Margate, Miami, Orlando, Pembroke Pines, Tampa,
West Palm Beach

Florida National University
Hialeah, Miami

Florida Technical College
Orlando, Cutler Bay, DeLand, Kissimmee, Lakeland, Pembroke Pines

Full Sail University
Winter Park
(800) 226-7625

Full Sail offers associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees designed for the world of entertainment, media, arts and technology. Full Sail’s creative approach to education provides an immersive fastpaced, and relevant learning experience that mirrors the workflow and collaboration found throughout today’s rapidly evolving industries. 110+ studios and labs; 78 degree programs; 15,000 students.

Herzing University*
North Miami

Johnson & Wales University*
North Miami

Johnson University Florida*

Rasmussen College
Tampa/Brandon, Fort Myers, Land O’ Lakes, New Port Richey, Ocala

South University
Orlando, Tampa, West Palm Beach

Southern Technical College
Auburndale, Bonita Springs, Brandon, Fort Myers, Mount Dora, Orlando, Port Charlotte, Sanford, Tampa

Springfield College*

Strayer University
Tampa, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Maitland, Miami, Miramar, Orlando, Palm Beach Gardens

Trinity Baptist College*

University of Phoenix
Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville,  Miramar, Orlando, Temple Terrace

Webster University*
Jacksonville, Lakeland, Melbourne, Merritt Island, Ocala, Orlando, St. Petersburg

private career and technical schools

The following is a sampling of nonpublic, postsecondary, educational institutions licensed by the Florida Commission for Independent Education. Schools with the highest enrollment in each category are listed alphabetically. The main campus is listed first. A complete list is available at

American Institute of Beauty
Largo, St. Petersburg

Aveda Institute
Orlando, Clearwater, Davie, Jacksonville, Tallahassee

Beauty Schools of America
Miami, Hialeah, Homestead, North Miami Beach, Palm Beach, South Beach

Bene’s Career Academy
New Port Richey, Brooksville, Spring Hill

Boca Beauty Academy
Boca Raton, Parkland

Empire Beauty Schools
Lauderhill, Lakeland, Tampa, West Palm Beach

Florida Barber Academy

Florida College of Natural Health
Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Pinellas Park

Hollywood Institute of Beauty Careers
Hollywood, Miami Beach, Orlando, West Palm Beach

La Belle Beauty Academy
Hialeah, Miami

Loraine’s Academy
St. Petersburg

Paul Mitchell The School
Orlando, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa

Praxis Institute
Miami, Hialeah

Sunstate Academy
Clearwater, Fort Myers

Academy for Nursing and Health Occupations*
West Palm Beach

American College for Medical Careers

American Medical Academy

Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology
Orlando, Palm Beach

Concorde Career Institute
Jacksonville, Miramar, Orlando, Tampa

Galen College of Nursing
St. Petersburg

Southeastern College
Miami Lakes, West Palm Beach

Ultimate Medical Academy*
Tampa, Clearwater


College of Business & Technology
Miami, Cutler Bay, Hialeah

Florida Career College
Boynton Beach, Hialeah, Jacksonville, Lauderdale Lakes, Margate, Miami, Orlando, Pembroke Pines, Tampa, West Palm Beach

Florida National University
Hialeah, Miami

Florida Technical College
Orlando, Cutler Bay, DeLand, Kissimmee, Lakeland, Pembroke Pines

Fortis College and Institute
Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Largo, Orange Park, Palm Springs, Pensacola, Port St. Lucie

Saber College*

South Florida Institute of Technology
Hialeah, Miami

Southern Technical College
Orlando, Auburndale, Bonita Springs, Brandon, Fort Myers, Mount Dora, Port Charlotte, Sanford, Tampa

Sullivan & Cogliano Training Centers
Miami, Miami Gardens

Virginia College
Jacksonville, Fort Pierce, Pensacola

Aviation Institute of Maintenance

CDA Technical Institute

Golf Academy of America

Mech-Tech Institute

National Aviation Academy

National Training Inc.
Orange Park

Tulsa Welding School

Universal Technical Institute

Ormond Beach

public career and technical schools

Public career and technical schools are administered by county school boards and are accredited by the Council on Occupational Education. Information provided by the Florida Department of Education, Division of Career and Adult Education.

Haney Technical Center
Panama City
(850) 747-5500

Bradford-Union Technical Center
(904) 966-6764

Atlantic Technical College
Coconut Creek
(754) 321-5100

McFatter Technical College
(754) 321-5700

Sheridan Technical College
(754) 321-5400

Charlotte Technical College
Port Charlotte
(941) 255-7500

Withlacoochee Technical College
(352) 726-2430

Immokalee Technical College
(239) 377-9900

Lorenzo Walker Technical College
(239) 377-0900

Career and Technical Education
(904) 390-2662

George Stone Technical Center
(850) 941-6200

Flagler Technical Institute
Palm Coast
(386) 447-4345

Gadsden Technical Institute
(850) 875-8324

Suncoast Technical Education Center
(352) 797-7018

Aparicio-Levy Technical College
(813) 740-4884

Brewster Technical College
(813) 276-5464

Erwin Technical College
(813) 769-5180

Learey Technical College
(813) 769-2123

Technical Center for Career & Adult Education
Vero Beach
(772) 564-4970

Lake Technical College
(352) 589-2250

Cape Coral Technical College
Cape Coral
(239) 574-4440

Fort Myers Technical College
Fort Myers
(239) 334-4544

Lively Technical Center
(850) 487-7555

Manatee Technical College
(941) 751-7900

Marion Technical Institute
(352) 671-4765

D.A. Dorsey Technical College
(305) 693-2490

The English Center
(305) 445-7731

George T. Baker Aviation Technical College
(305) 871-3143

Lindsey Hopkins Technical College
(305) 324-6070

Miami Lakes Educational Center & Technical College
Miami Lakes
(305) 557-1100

Robert Morgan Educational Center & Technical College
(305) 253-9920

South Dade Technical College
(305) 248-5723

Choice High School & Technology Center
Fort Walton Beach
(850) 833-3500

Orange Technical College

Avalon – Winter Park
(407) 281-5155

MidFlorida – Orlando
(407) 251-6047

(407) 246-7060
Westside – Winter Garden

(407) 905-2018
Winter Park

(407) 622-2900

Technical Education Center Osceola
(407) 344-5080

Marchman Technical College
New Port Richey
(727) 774-1700

Pinellas Technical College

(727) 538-7167

St. Petersburg
(727) 893-2500

Ridge Career College
Winter Haven
(863) 419-3060

Traviss Career College
(863) 499-2700

Locklin Tech
(850) 983-5700

Suncoast Technical College
(941) 924-1365

First Coast Technical College
St. Augustine
(904) 547-3282

Riveroak Technical College
Live Oak
(386) 647-4200

Taylor Technical Institute
(850) 838-2545

Emerald Coast Technical College
DeFuniak Springs
(850) 892-1240

Florida Panhandle Technical College
(850) 638-1180