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3-28-13

NFCC’s Super Saturday is a super success


Above: Gina Rutherford, Director of the NFCC Foundation, shares information about scholarships with Sarah and Amber Durden of TaylorCounty during NFCC’s Super Saturday open house and free application day on March 2 at the Colin P. Kelly Fitness Center.


Submitted by Desiree James

NFCC’s Super Saturday open house and free application day on March 2 in the Colin P. Kelly Fitness Center. Halfhill and Wheeler organized the event that brought in hundreds of visitors to the NFCC campus and 107 applications for admission for NFCC’s upcoming summer and fall terms. Super Saturday is an annual event held on the first Saturday in March. Highlights of Super Saturday include, free application for admission, scholarship drawings, campus tours, financial aid application assistance, and opportunities to explore NFCC degree and certificate programs.

NFCC student Huston Smith of Madison staffs the SOAR (Save Our Animal Resources) information table during NFCC’s Super Saturday open house and free application day on March 2 at the NFCC Colin P. Kelly Fitness Center.


Clyde Alexander, Director of the NFCC Colin P. Kelly Fitness Center and Minority Leadership Program at NFCC, shares information about the college’s Minority Leadership Program during NFCC’s Super Saturday open house and free application day on March 2 at the Colin P. Kelly Fitness Center.


L-R: North Florida Community College’s Kim Halfhill, Director of Campus Life, and Mary Anne Wheeler, Dean of Student Life.


NFCC Student Government Association members, left to right, Thuy Tran of Live Oak, Alana Ellison of Madison, Bea Sadler of Perry, and Robert Moral of Madison share information about SGA during NFCC’s Super Saturday open house and free application day on March 2 at the Colin P. Kelly Fitness Center.