Edward Waters College is the first Historically Black College and University serving institution in the state of Florida, and the second in the nation, to create a debt-free pathway for first-time-in-college, eligible students.
“Edward Waters College: Florida’s First HBCU, Florida’s First Private School, on First Coast of Florida”
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Focused Intervention Resulting in Empowerment
June 15 - July 20, 2018 | 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
Targeted Ages: Entering 1st Grade to 5th Grade
Registration Deadline: June 7, 2018
Registration Fee* $50.00 for the 5-Week Program
Must meet Children’s Commission eligibility
*Applies to those qualifying for free or reduced lunch.
PROGRAM FEATURES: Trained, Certified Teachers | Individualized Instruction | Small Class Sizes | Enrichment Activities | Free Lunch and Afternoon Snack
Literacy (Reading) | Problem Solving | Team Work and Collaboration | Creativity and Innovation | Communications and Connections | Field Trips | Computers
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Terrorism and Homeland
Security (DSC 3013)
Introduction to Forensic Science Investigation (CJE 2601)
Border and Coastal Security
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The Academic Calendars can always be found on the Academics Page.
The purpose of education is not only to prepare individuals to become professionals, but engaged citizens who will feel a responsibility toward uplifting their communities. Being deeply rooted in the Jacksonville Zone 5 Community, Edward Waters College has been engaged in several initiatives to uplift it.
Edward Waters College (EWC) is, distinctively, Florida's oldest independent institution of higher learning as well as the state's first institution established for the education of African Americans.