About FIT Lake Nona

Through an agreement with Valencia College’s Lake Nona Campus, FIT Orlando brings the university’s expertise and resources to students who understand the value of a private, non-profit education from a university with a world-class reputation.

Through our partnership with Valencia College’s Lake Nona Campus, students can pursue their bachelor’s degree in logistics management from FIT Orlando at Valencia College’s Lake Nona Campus.

Through this degree completion program, students pursuing their A.A. or A.S. degrees from Valencia College’s Lake Nona Campus can transfer into FIT Orlando’s B.S. in Logistics Management program while still conveniently attending classes in Lake Nona.

Learn more about our B.S. in Logistics Management program.

Florida Tech staff is available to meet with students at Valencia College Lake Nona Campus in room 213 to answer questions about the program and help students through the transfer and admissions process.

To schedule a consultation, contact:


Lake Nona Site Administrator: Lauren Remenick
Phone: (407) 629-7132
E-mail: lremenick@fit.edu

Check the announcements for upcoming FIT Lake Nona Information Session dates 

Valencia's Lake Nona Campus
Room 213
12350 Narcoossee Rd. Orlando, FL 32832
RSVP to  Orlando@fit.edu 


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