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CFK's Neptune Rising Wins Moonshot Award

CFK's 11-member student team won the “Moonshot Award” at the first-ever “Powering the Blue Economy” national Marine Energy Collegiate Competition. The contest, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, was created to encourage bright young minds to develop theoretical technology to power the emerging “blue economy,” a term that refers to the interplay between economic, social, and ecological sustainability of the ocean.

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Latitude 24° 35' 3.6564'' N Longitude 81° 44' 41.9136'' W
The College of the Florida Keys is the Southernmost School in the Continental US

The Latitude for Aptitude

Nestled within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, the students of The College of the Florida Keys are just a boat ride away from studying the coral reef or exploring historic shipwrecks. The rich history and diverse culture create an environment that has inspired artists, poets, novelists, playwrights, scientists and even presidents.

What Floats Your Boat?

Our unique location enables us to offer programs and classes you won’t find elsewhere. It also enables you to live what you learn.