"Balancing work and school is stressful when you're helping out your family, but my advice is to keep moving forward. Don't let anything hold you back from the goals you have in life and this college will help you reach those goals you have and make you a better person. I am still new to this college and the people here are very friendly and the environment here is like you’re part of a big family that cares about the people.”
- Frislene S.
Business Office Administration
“My experience here at FCC Boynton Beach is a lot different than what I've experienced at other colleges, including online and state schools. At this campus you have camaraderie, the administration treats you as family and not just a number in the book. Whenever I've needed help with something it was made very clear that I could go to anybody on campus and ask for help. I would not even think about attending another school, because here you’re not just a student, you’re family. I call the people that work at the Boynton Beach campus my family, I call them my friends, and I'm glad to be a part of that campus.”
- Jennifer P.
Medical Assistant Technician
“If my life were a movie, it would be called Standing Tall. Everyday is a new challenge and we are faced with new opportunities or possibly even obstacles that may be difficult. It is the way someone deals with them that counts. Taking a deep breath, thinking, and saying positive things about yourself will assist in your self-confidence, self-worth and self-love. I often ask myself' "Am I going to boss up or cry about it?" Most times the answer is both.”
- Kimberly McCoy
Medical Front Office and Billing
“My experience at FCC has shown me that it is never too late to change and go forward in your education. My adult sons are proud and have expressed this to me. They have told me that I am an example to them and THAT means more to me than I can express! I am more organized and focused. It has given me a sense of drive and purpose. If I am an example to my sons or anyone, that is a bonus. My advice is to continue to pursue your own sense of purpose because knowledge is never wasted and can never be taken from you.”