In an effort to link the tri-county region with the successful programs and services that South Florida State College (SFSC) offers, it announced its newest advertising campaign, Get Connected.

Get Connected is an approachable, attainable advertising and marketing campaign that aspires to connect individuals to the skills, services, or network they need to move ahead. The experienced faculty and staff will continue to focus on the academic opportunities that the College provides, both globally and on a one-on-one basis. This campaign is SFSC’s answer to the question, “How can SFSC help me?”

The College wanted to develop a campaign that ties future students, current students, alumni, donors, companies, and the community to the many offerings at SFSC.

“At South Florida State College, we want people to know that we provide quality and affordable learning solutions,” said Melissa Kuehnle, director of institutional communications at SFSC. “There are many advantages to getting connected to the College as a student, a company partner, a community advocate, a supportive donor, or even as a professional who just needs to brush up on a certain skill. Our hope is to set our neighbors on a path to success utilizing the variety of programs, courses, and services we offer. This campaign is also a nod to the many digital communities that our friends belong to and we hope to expand that network by advancing the professional connections that our students, staff, faculty, and alumni make. We want everyone to “Get Connected” to SFSC, and a better life as a result.”

For more information about SFSC, call 863-453-6661.

About South Florida State College

SFSC is a comprehensive, open-access, higher education institution dedicated to providing a student-centered environment focused on learning and personal enrichment through quality programs and services. At its campuses in DeSoto, Hardee, and Highlands counties and through its online presence, the college offers certificates, associate degrees, and bachelor’s degrees that lead to the continued success of its graduates and a variety of opportunities for the educational, cultural, and economic advancement of the service district. SFSC is one of the 28 institutions of the Florida College System.