Valencia College Facts

2017-2018

 

Notable Highlights

  • Valencia College was named the best community college in the nation as the inaugural winner of the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence.
  • Valencia College's economic impact on the region is more than $1 billion a year.
  • Almost a quarter of UCF graduates started at Valencia College.

 

FACTS & STATISTICS

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Unless otherwise noted, all information below is from the 2017 - 2018 academic year.

 

Lake Nona

 

ACADEMICS: TUITION, FINANCIAL AID, DEGREES, GRADS

 

Tuition Per Credit Hour (2017-2018)

Valencia's tuition is half that of a state university and is the lowest public college tuition in Central Florida.

Tuition Type Associate Baccalaureate
In-State Tuition:
$103.06
$112.19
Out-of-State Tuition:
$390.96
$427.59

Financial Aid

(As of September 2018)

Aid info Amount
Total Aid Awarded $140,860,797
Students Receiving Aid 43.1%
Bright Futures Recipients 807

Degree Programs

Programs Number of Degrees Offered
Associate in Arts (A.A.) 1
Associate in Science (A.S.) 36
Certificate Programs 85

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

  • B.A.S. in Business and Organizational Leadership
  • B.S. in Cardiopulmonary Sciences
  • B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
  • B.S. in Nursing
  • B.S. in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences
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Graduate Success

Valencia is ranked 4th among the nation's colleges and universities in the number of associate degrees awarded.

Success Rate
A.S. graduate placement rate: 94%
A.S. average annual salary:
*According to Florida Education Training and Placement Information (FETPIP) 2015 - 2016 data.
approximately $43,644*

Graduates by Degree/Certificate

Degree Programs Total Number Percentage
Associate in Arts (A.A.) 6,585 49.3%
Associate in Science (A.S.and A.A.S.) 1,451 10.9%
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) 89 0.7%
Career Certificate 456 3.4%
Educator Preparation Institute Certificate 63 0.5%
Technical Certificate 4,686 35.1%
Total 13,366  

Osceola

 

STUDENTS: ENROLLMENT, CHARACTERISTICS

 

Annual Enrollment

Valencia is the 2nd largest of Florida's 28 state colleges.

Credit/Non-Credit Type of Student Total Enrolled
Credit Credit-Seeking Students
International Students (Fall 2017) (from 142 countries): 1,681 (note 1)
62,293
Non-Credit Educator Preparation Institute 230
Non-Credit Postsecondary Adult Vocational 499
Non-Credit Continuing Workforce Education 838 (note 2)
Non-Credit Continuing Education 9,469 (note 3)
Non-Credit Conferences and Seminars 815
Non-Credit Total Individuals Served (note 4) 74,144
  1. International students include NON-SEVIS and SEVIS students. "NON-SEVIS" includes students on all visa types (except students on F and J visas), students who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents. "SEVIS" includes students on F and J visas.
  2. Due to changes from the State of Florida DOE, students must have a Student Number Identifier, Florida (FLid) for submission to the state. The Continuity 2000 database does not contain Student Number Identifier, Florida (FLid) for students. Therefore, beginning in reporting year 2016-2017 the CWE students only include students found in Banner non-credit terms with FLids.
  3. Provided by Continuing Education department.
  4. Includes credit students, postsecondary adult vocational, Educator Preparation Institute, continuing education, conferences and seminars. Total is approximate - there may be some duplication across categories.

Average Class Size: 21.2

 

Enrollment By Campus

Campus Total Enrollment
East 28,668
Lake Nona 2,979
Osceola 13,485
Poinciana 1,094
West 27,627
Winter Park 2,348
Students enrolled at more than one campus 30.3%

County of Origin

Percentage of high school grads who start at Valencia College (Fall 2017):

County Percentage
Orange County 31.2%
Osceola County 40.7%

Student Characteristics

Race/Ethnicity Percentage
African-American 16.6%
Asian 4.4%
Caucasian 27.7%
Hawaiian 0.3%
Hispanic 36.2%
Multi-Race 2.6%
Native American 0.3%
Unknown 11.8%

Enrollment Types


Enrollment Status Percentage
Full-Time 35.5%
Part-Time 64.5%
Median Student Age 20

Lake Nona

 

INSTITUTION: HISTORY, BOARD, EMPLOYEES, BUDGET

 

About Valencia College

 

History

Founded in 1967

 

Service Area

Orange and Osceola counties

 

Accreditation

Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)

Administration

 President: Sandy Shugart
College Executive Vice President and Provost:Kathleen Plinske
East & Winter Park President: Stacey Johnson
Osceola, Lake Nona & Poinciana President: Kathleen Plinske
West & Downtown President: Falecia Williams

Employees

As of August 7, 2018

Staff: 2,404

Full-Time Faculty: 604

Part-Time Faculty (Adjunct): 1,209

 

Total: 4,217

board of trustees at work

Board of Trustees

  • Bruce Carlson, Chair
  • Tracey Stockwell, Vice Chair
  • Maria Grulich
  • Guillermo Hansen
  • Rosene Johnson
  • Daisy Lopez-Cid
  • Raymer Maguire III
  • Lew Oliver
  • Beth Smith

Budget

Revenues Total
2018-2019 Projected Revenues: $203,516,000
2017-2018 Actual Revenues: $199,352,931

 

Valencia College Foundation Endowment

Thanks to alumni donations, grants, and contributions from businesses and individuals, Valencia College has one of the country's largest community college endowments at $74.5 million as of 3/31/18.