Northwest Florida State College
Northwest Florida State College is a state college in Niceville, Florida and part of the Florida College System.
Northwest Florida State College is a state college in Niceville, Florida and part of the Florida College System. NWFSC was founded in 1963 as Okaloosa-Walton Junior College, with its campus in Valparaiso, Florida; students started class the next year. A permanent campus in Niceville was built and started serving students with the 1969ï¿½70 academic year. The school voted to change its name to Okaloosa-Walton Community College in 1988, and gained four-year status in 2003, thus changing its name to Okaloosa-Walton College. In June 2008, Florida Governor Charlie Crist signed a bill that allowed several community colleges, including OWC, to offer four-year degrees and be considered part of Florida's upper education under the newly formed Florida College Pilot Project making OWC one of the state colleges in Florida. Due to the change, school officials elected to once again change the name this time to Northwest Florida State College. NWFSC also has a charter high school called the Collegiate High School at Northwest Florida State College, which opened in 2000
Northwest Florida State College improves lives. We deliver outstanding educational programs that are relevant, accessible, and engaging for students of all ages and provide exceptional cultural, athletic, and economic development activities for the communities served. We commit to excellence, creativity, integrity, and service.
Robert Coello Current Major League Baseball pitcher Ray Sansom Former Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives Kedrick Brown Former professional basketball player for the National Basketball Association Jason Michaels Current Major League Baseball outfielder Donell Taylor Former professional basketball player for the National Basketball Association Keith Ramsey Former basketball player for the University of Missouri
264 acres (1.07 km2)