Welcome to the Osceola Campus! The Osceola Campus is a vibrant community of learning characterized by a welcoming culture that embraces the diversity of all students, faculty, and staff. We strive to make all students, faculty, staff, and community members feel at home on campus, regardless of ethnicity, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, native language, or immigration status, and we intend to create a culture such that our campuses feel like community campuses rather than commuter campuses.
Start at Valencia's Osceola Campus.
Study in your community. The Osceola Campus is conveniently located on U.S. Highway 192 in Kissimmee, just
down the road from the Silver Spurs Arena.
Save money with tuition that's half the price of a state university.
Attend UCF in Osceola County. Valencia College has partnered with UCF so you can study here. In your community. Without going any farther.
We look forward to seeing you in our facility and hope that you will reach out to us if you need any assistance while you are on campus or while you are preparing to enroll.
- 1800 Denn John Lane
Kissimmee, FL 34744
The accreditation of all branch campuses is dependent on the continued institutional accreditation of Valencia College by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
College to Careers
Title V is a provision of the federal Higher Education Act that offers specific protection for, and advancement of, the educational opportunities of Hispanic students around the country. With this grant, Valencia College can leverage the latest teaching technology and industry trends in our region to ensure that graduates of our certificate and A.S. degree programs have the skills to embark on a career and are prepared to contribute in a positive way to the community we all share.
The Valencia College Osceola campus Title V Grant College to Careers program will be strategically involved in the economic development and economic growth of Central Florida through the design and implementation of programs that create a skilled and educated workforce for our region. The program will also create new and improved pathways for underserved students to gain access to training and education.