First-Year Admissions FAQ
How do I apply?
If I apply early for Florida Southern College, am I required to attend?
What if I'm unsure of my major?
What is the difference between a Bachelor of Arts (BA) and a Bachelor of Science (BS)?
Am I required to interview?
Do I need to order my high school and dual enrollment transcripts to send to Admissions, or will Florida Southern College order them from my school?
Do I need to send my letter of recommendation or other required materials at the same time as my base application?
Do I need to send my official scores along with posting them on my application? AP tests?
Do you prefer the ACT or SAT for scores?
How do I know if my materials have been submitted?
Your FSC Admissions counselor will be your main point of contact through the entire admissions process! You can contact your counselor through phone or email to discuss any information linked to your application and all of the materials pertaining to it.
View your application status and upload required materials to your personal status page. For instructions to logging in to the Student Status page, view page three of this FAQ.
May I provide additional materials other than those required?
When should I send my high school and college transcripts?
When will I hear a decision?
Can / how can I change my major?
How can I double major / add a minor?
What should I do if I am applying for need-based financial aid?
Florida Southern uses the information you provide on your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to consider students for federal, state and institutional need-based aid. When submitting the FAFSA online be sure to include Florida Southern College’s school code 001488. The FAFSA opens on October 1.
Visit our easy to follow checklist for applying for financial aid.