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Transfer Advising Days

Advising Days for Enrolling Transfer Students

Transfer students who have graduated high school and taken coursework after high school graduation may register for Transfer Advising Days.

Make a Request

Register Early
Space is limited.

July 25

July 26

July 27

What we’ll cover:

  • 30-minute meeting with an academic advisor to plan your course schedule and register for classes
  • These thirty-minute appointments with an academic advisor may either be virtual or by phone.

Before you have your advising day advising appointment for transfer students, you must finalize all needed paperwork including:

  • Submitting your final transcripts
  • Completing the new student enrollment forms
  • Submitting your enrollment deposit.
Refer to our accepted student checklist 

Receive a Class Schedule

Fall class schedules will be available to new students in July. Schedules will be available to students via their Single Sign-On account and the FSC Portal. Classes may take place throughout the week each week (M, T, W, H, F) such as on Monday/Wednesday/Friday or Tuesday(T) and Thursday(H). A schedule may have between 3-6 classes for each semester depending upon your major and how many credit hours each course is worth (Ex: 3 classes x 4 credit hours per class = 12 hours which is full time).

Academic Advising

Upon arriving at Florida Southern College, each new student is assigned to an academic advisor who serves as a mentor to help the student develop a plan for college studies and for success in life beyond college. Because the partnership of student and academic advisor requires close cooperation, all Florida Southern College students are required to meet with their academic advisors at designated times during the academic year. Throughout the student’s career, the student and the academic advisor work together to establish personal, educational, and professional goals for the student.

The low student to faculty ratio at Florida Southern College allows students easy access to faculty expertise. This encourages students to do an independent study with professors on a topic of the student’s choice to fit their educational needs and goals.

— Hannah Wilberding