Our TCC Wakulla Center

The Wakulla Center is known as one of TCC’s “Two Gateways in Wakulla County.” Wakulla County has been part of TCC’s service district since 1966. The first service center opened in 2006 and eventually led to the new Wakulla Environmental Institute (WEI). TCC’s Division of Workforce established a broader workforce-focused service center model in April 2016. The two facilities are located about three miles apart.

Services for Current and Prospective Students

The Wakulla Center offers current and prospective students the same valuable services available at our Main Campus on an appointment basis. Services available include:

  • Academic Advising
  • Internship Placement
  • Tuition Funding Consulting
  • Career Services
  • Financial Aid

Home Health Aide Training

TCC is proud to offer Home Health Aide training at TCC's Wakulla Center. This training prepares students to become CPR Certified, provide personal care to patients, routine individualized healthcare to the elderly, and monitor and report patient health changes.

Course Dates: 

  • August 2 - September 3, 2021
  • October 4 - November 5, 2021

Course Times: Monday thru Thursday, 6:00PM to 10:00PM

Course Cost: $550

Medical Administrative Specialist

The Medical Administrative Specialist Program is designed to prepare individuals for an entry level career as a Medical Administrative Assistant in a variety of health care settings, including private medical practices, hospitals, clinics, public health departments, government agencies or insurance firms. Students learn to work with health records, verify medical insurance, how to perform medical billing and coding tasks, prepare correspondence, assist physicians with reports, articles and conference proceedings and triage appointments. 

Program Length: 1,050 Clock Hours, 70 weeks to complete

Course Dates: Next Class will begin September 13, 2021

Course Cost: approx. $3,476.25 in-state tuition 

Training Opportunities

Available through the Division of Workforce Development, the TCC Wakulla Center offers you access to training in a variety of industries. Programs include: Medical Administrative Specialist, HVAC, Cybersecurity, Construction, Manufacturing, Truck Driving, and more. To see a complete list, access the Division for Workforce Development In-Demand Training for Individuals.

Financial Aid/Scholarships

Financial aid and scholarships are available for eligible students. Visit the TCC Financial Aid & Scholarship office or access the scholarship application offered through Tallahassee Community College.

Other payment options may be available to help you in covering the cost of training. Learn more about Other Student Resources.

Proctored Testing

The TCC Wakulla Center conveniently offers a variety of testing services.  Testing services include:

  • Access to webcam for HonorLock testing for online students
  • Distance Learning testing for students of other universities and colleges
  • PERT Testing for college admissions
  • PAN (PSI) Testing

The Wakulla Center also offers the HESI-A2 Admission Test, which is the required entrance exam for all students applying to certain Healthcare Programs at TCC. To be considered for admission, TCC programs require a minimum score of 75 percent in each required section of the exam. The HESI-A2 requires 24 hour advance scheduling in order to guarantee availability. The cost for the HESI-A2 is $45 payable on site.

The TCC Wakulla Center offers the TABE (Test of Adult Basic Education). TABE tests can be scheduled Monday - Friday between the hours of 9am - 3pm. 

All tests require a minimum of 24 hours advance scheduling in order to guarantee availability. 

To schedule a testing time, call (850) 558-3525 or email WakullaCenter@tcc.fl.edu.

GED Classes

The TCC Wakulla Center offers both onsite and online GED classes for registered individuals. All prospective GED students must take the TABE test. Onsite classes are held:

Monday – Thursday
6:00pm - 8:30pm

To learn more or to register for class, visit Three Easy Steps to Enroll in Adult Ed Classes.

Learning Commons

The Wakulla Center Learning Commons is an extension of the Learning Commons located at Main Campus. Services include: dedicated study space; study resource guides; tutoring; reference documents; medical tools and writing style guides. Access is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Tutoring is available by appointment only and is available for all classes currently offered through TCC.


Services for Job Seekers

The TCC Wakulla Center houses a fully equipped computer lab to connect Wakulla job seekers with the online job search process. Computers can be used to access online applications, develop cover letters and resumes and find out more about training opportunities to advance your career. Staff is available to review your resume and offer tips and suggestions on improving your job search.

Employers and Community Partners

Need to train your workforce? Restructuring your organization? The TCC Division of Workforce Development offers services to help employers and organizations move forward successfully. We provide consulting, solutions and specialized training to take your business to the next level.

About the Wakulla Center


For more information, you can contact us by email at wakullacenter@tcc.fl.edu or by phone at (850) 558-3525.


We are located in the Centennial Bank building in beautiful downtown Crawfordville.

Our Address

Centennial Bank
2932 Crawfordville Hwy
Crawfordville, FL 32327


The TCC Wakulla Center is open to the community for school and work related activities:

Mon – Fri 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Excluding Holidays