Prior to accepting the position, Ray served as the interim provost for Palm Beach Community College's Boca Raton Campus and has 19 years of service in the Florida Community College System.
What does FCCS stand for?
FCCS stands for Florida Community College System
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We have 42 other meanings of FCCS in our Acronym Attic
- Fellow of the College of Chiropractic Rehabilitation Sciences (Canada)
- Family Credit Counseling Service
- Federal Claims Collection Standards
- Fédération de la Culture, de la Communication et du Spectacle (French: Federation of Culture, Communication and Entertainment)
- Filipino Canadian Construction Society (Canada)
- Finance, Comptabilité, Contrôle, Stratégie (French: Finance, Accounting, Control, Strategy)
- Fire Controlman, Chief, Senior (US Navy)
- Fleet Command Center System
- Flooding and Casualty Control Software
- Florida Commission on Community Service
- Florida Consortium of Charter Schools, Inc.
- Football Club Château-Salins (French football club)
- Forward Cabin Control Station
- Forward Cabin Control System
- Franklin County Children Services (Columbus, OH)
- Franklin County Corrections System (Columbus, OH)
- French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore
- Fundamental Companion Cache Structure
- Fundamental Critical Care Support
- Fusion Call Control Signaling
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According to the most recent data published by the Florida community college system, ethnic minority students represent approximately 34% of their community college student body (Florida Division of Community Colleges, 1999).
Patricia Windham, director of student success and accountability for the Florida Community College System, said the state plans to raise the amount of money at risk to 10 percent of total allocations for all education in the state over the next few yews.
Florida Community College System Chancellor David Armstrong credited the state's Two-Plus-Two program, which assures that community-college graduates can transfer to state universities.
The legislation specifically stipulates, that "the college is still a part of the Florida Community College system, is primarily a community college by mission, and is required to continue abiding by all stipulations of the community college system statutes, "including open access and offering associate's degrees in arts, sciences, and applied sciences, certificates and applied technology diplomas.