Orange Park campus and students


CISCO logo The Orange Park campus is the largest of SJR State's three campuses and holds the largest student population. It is located on College Drive just off of Blanding Boulevard.

In addition to SJR State's online and on-campus classes associated with the Associate in Arts degree, the Orange Park campus's state-of-the-art Health-Sciences building is home to the Nursing, Medical Assisting, EMT and Paramedic programs.

The college’s newest program, Engineering Technology, is housed in the recently renovated and expanded “D” classroom building.

Students majoring in Network Systems Technology have a competitive edge as the College is an authorized CISCO Networking Academy partner.

The Orange Park campus is also home to the Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts. The performing, visual arts and conference center opened in 2004 and hosts concerts, theatrical shows, traveling art exhibits and community events.

Who says you have to leave home to experience college life?

Explore SJR State's student life opportunities. Students on the Orange Park Campus can enjoy the conveniences of campus life with access to a bookstore, library and computer lab. The student center or “Viking Center” is the perfect place for students to unwind between classes, order a cheeseburger, shoot a game of pool or access the wireless Internet. Students may also participate in the campus-wide “frolics” held twice a year.


Orange Park Campus
Palatka Campus
St. Augustine Campus

Safety and Security

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Caroline D. Tingle, M.P.A.
Caroline D. Tingle, M.P.A.
Vice President for Development and External Affairs/Director of Clay County Community Relations

Mike Keller, M.A.
Mike Keller, M.A.
Dean of Arts and Sciences/Director of Orange Park Campus Operations

Health Sciences

Thrasher-Horne Center

computer students

nursing students

science student