Community College Administrator Program

The Community College Administrator Program (CCAP) is a six-week program of study for higher education administrators from post-secondary vocational and technical institutions in foreign countries. The program is administered by the Florida State University (FSU) and Santa Fe College (SF) on behalf of the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and Office of Global Educational Programs.

Each CCAP begins with a one week executive dialogue in Tallahassee, Florida where participants meet higher education leaders and policy makers, obtain an overview of the Florida College System, and visit a couple of colleges in the system. This is followed by a one week academic symposium led by the faculty in FSU’s College of Education. During this time, participants learn about the history, major policies, and theoretical frameworks that have guided the development of U.S. community colleges. This is followed by an intensive two-week seminar at Santa Fe College where participants learn more about how the system operates in practice. Learn more about CCAP here.

Please see the links below for further information and videos featuring aspects of each delegation’s time at our college. 

Learn more about CCAP here

Contact Vilma Fuentes if you have any questions.

U.S. flag and U.S. Department of State logo The Community College Administrator Program (CCAP) is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State with funding provided by the U.S. Government and administered by Florida State University and Santa Fe College.