PADI Dive Instructors

Four FKCC diving students have advanced from the role of student to instructor.  Each successfully passed the Professional Association of Dive Instructors (PADI) Instructor Examination (IE) on December 13, certifying them as open water scuba instructors.... Read More

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Coral Disease Talk

Florida Keys Community College invites the community to learn about a major coral disease outbreak threatening the Florida Reef and the collaborative response to fight it.  The urgent topic headlines a special, early event in the College’s annual VIP S... Read More

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Constitution Day at FKCC

Celebrate the birthday of the United States Government at Florida Keys Community College’s Constitution Day event on Monday, September 17, 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., in the library on the Key West Campus.  Constitution Day commemorates the formation and... Read More

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New Nursing Accreditation

FKCC started the Fall 2018 academic year with its first national designation for its Associate in Science (A.S.) in Nursing.  The Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN) granted the College’s nursing program official accreditatio... Read More

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Upper Keys Ctr on Horizon

With the acquisition of a 2.12-acre Key Largo property, Florida Keys Community College made an historic step in its goal to expand services to the residents and industries in northern Monroe County.  The College closed on the purchase of the property on ... Read More

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Finding Nemo (Eggs)

The Aquaculture Laboratory at Florida Keys Community College made an exciting discovery.  For the first time since Hurricane Irma, one breeding pair of clownfish laid a clutch of eggs.  The breeders, a standard wild-type “Nemo” female crossed with a... Read More

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1st Bachelor Degree

FKCC awarded its first baccalaureate degree, a Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management (BAS-SM), to Neetu Jagasia at the College’s fifty-sixth Commencement Exercises held on December 13 in the College’s Tennessee Williams Theatre. Fo... Read More

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Help from Iowa

Half a country away, college students in Iowa have taken the initiative to help fellow college students in the Florida Keys who are heading back to class this week following Hurricane Irma.  Destruction from the Category Four storm has rendered many Flor... Read More

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NEW Culinary Arts Lab

With the chop of a cleaver, FKCC President Dr. Jonathan Gueverra cut the ribbon on the College’s Culinary Arts Lab on Wednesday morning.  The new facility, located on the Key West Campus, will provide hands-on learning opportunities for students enroll... Read More

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Bachelor’s Degree

FKCC started 2017 with an historic moment: the launch of its first bachelor’s degree program.  The much-anticipated new degree, a , is the first and only public, on-campus baccalaureate degree option in the Keys. “Until now, individuals seeking a... Read More

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