An academic advisor can help you explore career options and determine your strengths and interests using ONET.
Welcome to The College of the Florida Keys Advising Services! Your advisor is here to assist you in each step toward your academic success.
CFK's Academic Advising Services help students plan for success during their time at CFK and beyond. Students are encouraged to stay in communication with their academic/program advisor to benefit from services available to nurture their progress. Academic advisors help their students create a personalized educational plan that best meets their goals—including degree and course selections, internship options, career preparation, and plans for subsequent degrees.
Use what you learn to determine your program of study. Once you chose a primary program of study on your application you will be assigned your own personal advisor. You can contact any of these advisors to learn more about potential programs of study.
Let the dedicated advisors help guide you on your way to a degree and/or certificate at CFK.
Nicole Gerrard | (305) 809- 3262 | email@example.com
Karen Powers | (305) 809- 3146 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Madeleine Lowe | (305) 809- 3277 | email@example.com
Mark LaHood | (305) 809- 3269 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Make an appointment with your personal advisor to chart your course toward your degree. Advisors will help you find a path that balances your work and family commitments and gets you to your goal in the shortest time possible.
There are two types of placement testing that are offered at The College of the Florida Keys.
The Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT) is the primary placement test offered at CFK.The purpose of PERT is to help provide information about your skills in the English language, reading, and mathematics. Developed by the College Board, the people behind AP and SAT, the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) has been the most widely trusted credit-by-examination program for over 40 years, accepted by 2,900 colleges and universities and administered in over 1,700 test centers.
Welcome to The College of the Florida Keys!
We are glad that you are here! The next step in your journey as a new student at the College is to complete the Orientation Essentials Course linked here.
During the first week of the fall semester, we highly encourage you to join us for a week full of activities, welcoming you to our island community. You will find information below regarding the variety of activities available at each campus.
CFK is committed to providing full access to all programs, services, and facilities for qualified individuals with documented disabilities as mandated by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Disabilities may include specific learning disabilities, visual, hearing, speech, physical and other disabilities determined by individual situations. The Office of Students with Disabilities provides assistance in all aspects of college life to ensure a successful educational experience.