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About the School:

Valencia was initially founded as a junior college in 1967. Over the years, the college had expanded its programs and has undergone a few name changes. Finally, in 2011, it settled at Valencia College and have started to offer bachelor’s degrees for the first time.

Valencia is a public college based in Orlando, Florida. It is also a part of the Florida College System. The college operates eight campuses in various regions in Orange County and Osceola County. With an acceptance rate of 93%, it enrolls over 76,000 students, including international students from 106 countries.

The college offers over 120 programs to its students. Some of the popular fields include liberal arts and sciences, management, marketing, health professionals, and general studies. The tuition & fees for in-state students starts at around $2,470 and out-of-state students need to pay a much higher amount starting at around $9,280.

Online Presence:

Valencia College offers online courses in practically every subject area. The online courses cover the same materials as their on-campus counterparts. You can visit their online courses page to get details on books, library services, and student services. For details on the courses offered, visit their areas of study page.

Laptop Programs:

Valencia College offers free laptops to its students on a “First come, first served” basis. You need to register for the fall term to be eligible for this program. Registration can be done from this link.

Accreditation:

Valencia College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)

To know more about laptop programs, click here.