At Jvirina College of the Arts, your enthusiasm, your creativity, and your dreams will shape your experience.  Our college provides Adult Day Training via Florida Medicaid Waiver for Adult Students with Disabilities.

Our program is designed to inspire and support adults with disabilities to meet their highest potential by providing a person-centered, meaningful, and enjoyable college-like atmosphere for our students/ recipients to thrive.

Established 1982
Total Enrollment  50 Ambulatory Adults Per/day
  • Introduction to Music 100
  • Introduction to Art 100
  • Introduction to Dance 100
  • Introduction to Life Skills 100
  • Introduction to Employment & Vocational Training 100
  • Introduction to Physical Education/ Health and Wellness 100
  • Introduction to Community Access, Drivers Education & Transportation 100
Faculty/Student Ratio 1:10
Average Class Size 12
Tuition/Length of stay Authorized Medicaid Waiver/Agency Recipient, General Medicaid/Medicare & Private pay. Up to 6 months or as authorized by Support / Care Coordinator.  The length of stay varies based on client’s status and can average from three weeks to 6 months. After six months a re-certification will be necessary to continue client in program. This program is funded by Medicaid.



Admission to JVirina is selective. We look for students with passion that want to be in a college like atmosphere, thus developing interest in both their creative and technical skills. Personal contact is an important aspect of our admission process. We recommend, if possible, all applicants visit our campus and speak with the Dean during the admission process. Your visit with us will enable you to ask questions about JVirina, as well as provide you with useful insights about our programs and review process. The more we are able to learn about you and your goals, the better we are able to provide you with the information you need to make the right choice. We are always on the lookout for students who are passionate about their creative practice. We look forward to reviewing your application in the near future.


Application: Starting February 2016

Students: Adults 18 years and older, including Senior Citizensl

Application Requirements

  • Application for Admission
  • Authorization forms from Support Coordinator
  • Intake process
  • Screening of the student
  • Student contacted by Administration
  • Orientation
  • Start classes
  • Transportation Provided and/or Arranged