Welcome to the Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) Digital Archive. The Archive provides online access to a growing number of collections of publications, media, and images of historical, academic and cultural importance to the College, the city of Jacksonville, and the State of Florida. Unless otherwise indicated, these resources were produced and published by FSCJ’s talented students, faculty and staff since the founding of the College over five decades ago. This ever-evolving archive of digital resources, which already contains over 10,000 scans, is made possible through the dedicated efforts of the staff of the FSCJ Library and Learning Commons. For information about how you can help support this archive, please see our FAQ page.
FSCJ, originally known as Florida Junior College, opened its doors in August of 1966 to the largest incoming class of any community college in the nation, which it housed on two temporary campuses set up in an old elementary school and an abandoned Naval housing. Since then the College has grown to encompass four campuses and three centers across Duval and Nassau Counties and made a name for itself in academics, arts and sports. Our hope is that this Archive will help the students, staff, and faculty of FSCJ as well as members of the local community learn more about the vital role the College has played in Jacksonville’s history.
To see archival holdings from some of the other public academic institutions in Florida, visit the Florida Open Academic Library site at https://openlib.flvc.org/.