The Levy Center in Chiefland is located in the Providence Mall Shopping Center at 114 Rodgers Blvd. College credit courses, continuing education and adult education courses are offered at the Levy Center. A technical training center opened August 2012 at the site of the CF Jack Wilkinson Levy Campus located just north of Chiefland on Highway 19. Applied Welding Technologies is the first technical program to be offered at the Jack Wilkinson Campus.
The Levy Center is increasing the number of college credit offerings for residents seeking associate degrees and college certificates. Eligible Levy County high school students may enroll for dual credit (high school and college), per an articulated agreement between the college and the Levy County School Board.
The adult education program includes General Education Development preparation, Adult Basic Education, Adult High School, Vocational Preparatory Instruction and a program for adults with disabilities. Adult education classes may also be offered at off-site locations in Levy County. The center is an official GED testing site, administering the GED examination 10 times per year.
The Enrollment Services department provides full-time assistance with application for admission, advising, registration and financial aid to students at the Levy Center. Career assessment, computerized placement testing, and the Test of Adult Basic Education are administered at the Levy Center.
In addition to six classrooms, the Levy Center has two fully equipped computer labs, a career resource room and a community room which is available for meetings and special events. The community room also serves as a mini-Appleton gallery, with 20 prints of original art from the Appleton Museum of Art. The gallery was funded through a comprehensive family literacy grant and is available to Levy County school classes, the public and for local literacy and cultural activities.