Campus Safety & Security

Campus Security Top Priority for Polk State College

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Campus Safety & Security

Like institutions of learning across the country, in light of the recent tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward County, Polk State College’s administration and security officials are tirelessly reviewing security measures and…

Welcome back

Spring 2018 Classes Start, Registration Continues

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Welcome back

Polk State College welcomes more than 10,000 students back to its campuses and centers for the Spring 2018 semester. “I am thrilled to embark on the New Year for the first time together and I…

Polk State Machining Programs Receive NIMS Accreditation

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Polk State’s Computer Numeric Control and Manual Machining programs were recognized Dec. 6 with accreditation by the National Institute for Metalworking Skills, Inc. (NIMS) for Machining Level 1 credentials. Polk State has met rigorous national…

Polk State Corporate College

Polk State College Machining Programs Receive NIMS Accreditation

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Polk State Corporate College

Polk State College’s Computer Numeric Control (CNC) and Manual Machining programs will be recognized for their quality and ability to successfully train members of the local workforce on Wednesday, December 6, with accreditation by the…

Spring registration

Spring Registration Opens

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Spring registration

Open registration is underway at Polk State College for the spring semester, which begins January 5. Currently enrolled students may register through PASSPORT. They should also check PASSPORT for possible holds on their accounts that…

Hurricane Heroes

Polk State Thanks Its Hurricane Heroes

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Hurricane Heroes

When students, faculty, and staff returned to Polk State College after Hurricane Irma closed campuses for 10 days, it was like the Category 2 storm with 115 mph wind gusts never came through. That’s because…

Robbie Manikis, Project Engineer and Lt. Bobby Neil, Security Coordinator, clear tree debris on Winter Haven Campus.

Hurricane Irma Recovery Efforts On Campus

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Robbie Manikis, Project Engineer and Lt. Bobby Neil, Security Coordinator, clear tree debris on Winter Haven Campus.

A sunny sky on Wednesday presented a stark contrast to the violent winds and rain from just two days before, as Hurricane Irma tore through Polk County as a Category 2 storm.  With wind gusts…

Middle Schoolers Visit Advanced Technology Center

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A group of 40 students from Crystal Lake Middle School in Lakeland visited the Polk State Clear Springs Advanced Technology Center on Feb. 2 to learn about career opportunities in supply chain and engineering.

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