Internationally recognized for changing lives, Florida Southern is committed to connecting international students with real-world experiences.
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Applying to Florida Southern is the first step in making your college experience one that defines your future success.
Fall 2021 applications are now closed for first-year students, however transfer students may still continue to apply for Fall 2021 using the Florida Southern Preferred application.
One of the best ways to apply to FSC is to use our own Florida Southern Preferred application. It provides all the tools you need to quickly and successfully apply to Florida Southern.
If you are already using the Common App or the Coalition App in your search process we also support these popular application platforms.
Log in to your Applicant Status Page using your username and PIN to review your personalized checklist. Once we receive all of your documents, your application will be presented to the Admission Committee for review.
Students choose the application timeline that meets their personal goals. You can apply via one of our Early Admission processes to receive your decision faster or apply later in the school year via our Regular Admission process.
Students who would like an early answer on their application status may apply Early Admission.
Regular Admission deadlines provide more time however applications received after the last date will be considered on a rolling space-available basis.
Rolling Admission dates mean transfer students receive decisions approximately 2 to 3 weeks from the date their application and all credentials have been received.
2 to 3 weeks from the date their application and all credentials have been received
Applicants electing the rolling decision option will receive their admissions decision within two weeks of receipt of their completed application. Because the number of spaces available in the entering class is necessarily limited, rolling admission continually narrows the opportunities for admission as the cycle progresses. As a result, students are advised to submit applications as early as possible to assure optimal admission and financial aid consideration. Additionally, upon receiving admission, students are advised to submit the required enrollment deposit promptly to reserve their space in the incoming class.
Submit the following as soon as possible to help us get you your admission decision.
If you are transferring, also include:
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Proof of English Proficiency is required of all students to submit. If the medium of instruction at your most recent school is not English, you will need to submit at least one of the following exams and provide a minimum score as shown:
View FAQ to learn more about the required documents.
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Office of Admissions
Florida Southern College
111 Lake Hollingsworth Drive
Lakeland, FL 33801-5698
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We answer many of your most common questions here.
Take advantage of our comprehensive academic and personal advising, tutoring, and wellness services. Our professional staff serves as your personal guides and will help you feel at home with attending college in the U.S.
We offer a number of clubs and organizations — many designed specifically for international students — to help connect you to our campus community.
Our knowledgeable international counselors can advise you on next steps to ensure you’re on track to achieve your college and career goals.
Senior Admissions Counselor
Asia and Oceania
Assistant Director of Admissions
Africa, Americas, EurAsia, Europe, and Middle East
Interested in one of our Adult, Graduate, or Doctoral Programs? Find your counselor.
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