LAKE CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE


Lake City Community College is located in Lake City, Florida and is a public college. Lake City Community College is a two year college and offers Associate's Degrees, and a number of different programs and courses.

Lake City Community College is in a relatively rural area (in the country away from any large cities), which may be something you prefer if you like the country lifestyle as a student.

Lake City Community College has a rolling admissions policy, which means that you can apply throughout the year for the upcoming semester.

Lake City Community College is relatively smaller in size with an enrollment of only 3,307 students.

Lake City Community College accepts about 100% of its applicants on average, and 70% of the students receive some sort of financial aid for college at Lake City Community College.

If you are looking for more information on financial aid at Lake City Community College, you can may want to contact Debbie Tunsil, who is the Director of Financial Aid at Lake City Community College. You may also qualify for scholarships for college in Florida to attend Lake City Community College or grants for college in Florida to attend Lake City Community College.

Lake City Community College offers military credit for military courses that have been completed successfully by students.

If you have taken some advanced placement courses with an applicable test, or obtained credit from an other college, you may be eligible to transfer that credit to Lake City Community College.

Lake City Community College offers the following co-op opportunities and programs to its students:

Lake City Community College offers the following extracurricular activities to its students:

You may want to brush up on your ACT preparation as well, because the average ACT score for students that are entering Lake City Community College is 21.

Don't forget to study for the SAT, because the average SAT score for students that are entering Lake City Community College is 980.

Do a lot of students come from out of state to attend Lake City Community College? Well, about 5% of the student body at Lake City Community College comes from outside the state of Florida.

Do a lot of the students at Lake City Community College live on campus? Well, about 1% live on campus, while 99% live off campus and commute to school every day.

QUICK FACTS ABOUT LAKE CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Lake City Community College Address:


149 SE College Place
Lake City, Florida 32025-8703
Phone: 386-752-1822
Fax: 386-754-4594
Web Site: http://www.lakecitycc.edu

Lake City Community College admission closing date:


Rolling

Does Lake City Community College offer Associate's degrees?


Yes

Does Lake City Community College offer Bachelor's degrees?


No

Does Lake City Community College offer Master's degrees?


No

Does Lake City Community College offer Doctoral degrees?


No

Lake City Community College graduation rate:


49.7%

Lake City Community College retention rate:


90.1%

Lake City Community College average ACT score:


21

Lake City Community College average SAT score:


980

Lake City Community College tuition cost (estimate):


$2,333



Financial Aid is available only to those who qualify.

Lake City Community College room & board cost (estimate):


$4,400

Is Lake City Community College a private college?


No

Is Lake City Community College a coed college?


Yes

Lake City Community College school calendar:


Semester

Is Lake City Community College a 2 year or 4 year college?


2 Years
Please Note: Length of programs pertain to finishing programs in normal time.

Lake City Community College enrollment:


3,307 Students

Percentage of applicants accepted to Lake City Community College


100%

Percentage of students at Lake City Community College receiving financial aid:


70%

Percentage of African American students:


10.5%

Percentage of Native American students:


0.5%

Percentage of Asian students:


0.8%

Percentage of Hispanic students:


2.5%

Percentage of Caucasian students:


84.3%

Percentage of students living on campus:


1%

Percentage of students living off campus:


99%