As you’re researching colleges in America, your search will probably lead you to a few located in sunny Florida. After all, the state is home to over 46,000 international students, which makes it the seventh most popular state for foreign students. Within Florida, you’ll find a wide range of institutions such as state-run universities, community colleges, religiously affiliated institutions, technical colleges, and private institutions. Look a little closer and you’ll discover Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ). FSCJ ranks 11th in the U.S.A. out of nearly 4,550 public, four-year colleges and universities granting associate degrees, according to Community College Week.
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