Florida Keys Community College is an open-access, educational institution dedicated to serving the intellectual, diverse, cultural, and occupational needs of the Florida Keys as well as the global community. The college is committed to student-centric academic programs and services, workforce development, continuing education diverse partnerships, electronically delivered instruction, and sustainable practices that prepare students for personal success and responsible citizenship.
FKCC provides several Summer Adventure Camps for ages 8-17 years. Campers will swim in the FKCC olympic size pool, snorkel in the underwater training area also known as the FKCC lagoon, try scuba diving, go fishing, learn to cook, build a computer, build an aquarium, take a trolley tour and other great outdoor activities. FKCC also hosts a "Community Day" event annually. Vendors from all over the community join in the festivities and FKCC proudly displays academic showcases. Another great outdoor element is FKCC's environmental and scuba clubs. From beach and wreck clean-ups, to “green” initiatives around campus, FKCC students take pride in protecting the environment. An exciting FKCC attribute is the Aquaculture facility (indoor and outdoor), as well as the Aquaponics garden. FKCC students can participate in great curriculum offerings such as growing plants and breeding fish.