Florida Community College at Jacksonville is now known as Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ). Founded in 1965 as Florida Junior College, the school was known as Florida Community College at Jacksonville from 1986 to 2009. In 2009, it was renamed Florida State College at Jacksonville to reflect its present ‘state college’ status. The college is located in Jacksonville, Florida, United States.
Florida State College operates through its several campuses and centers situated around the First Coast region. The campuses include Downtown Campus, Kent Campus, North Campus, Open Campus, and South Campus. FSCJ also operates many educational centers such as Advanced Technology Center, Betty P. Cook Nassau Center, Cecil Center North, Cecil Center South – Aviation Center of Excellence, Deerwood Center, and Urban Resource Center.