Trusted college guide, U.S. News & World Report, ranks Florida Southern among the Top 10 Regional Universities in the South.
FSC is also recognized as a “Best Value” school and included in the prestigious “Best Undergraduate Teaching” categories.
Choose from over 70 undergraduate academic programs and majors in the arts, humanities, education, sciences and business. Our 13:1 student-faculty ratio ensures you have opportunities to collaborate with faculty and build your résumé.
3,500+ students from 50 countries and almost 50 states create a diverse, residential-learning community unlike any other in the nation.
Through faculty-guided research, internships, performance, study abroad and other high impact experiences, our academic programs engage students in the classroom and prepare them for competitive careers and graduate and professional programs.
Choose from 100+ clubs and organizations, including Greek life, intramurals, campus ministries, and academic honor societies, plus 20 national-ranked DII athletic programs.
Nothing illustrates the value of a Florida Southern education more powerfully than the success of our graduates. In fact, 97% are employed or in graduate or professional school within six months.
Advance your career with a graduate degree in business, education or nursing, plus doctoral programs in physical therapy, nursing and education.
Whether you want to learn more or are ready to apply, we're here to help.
Florida Southern is the only university in Polk County to be listed in the top 10 tier among universities or colleges in the South in the latest U.S. News & World Report college guide. FSC also is among the top 20 in the Best Value Universities in the South and the Best Undergraduate Teaching categories, as well as in the ranking list for Undergraduate Business Programs.
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This fall, Florida Southern College is proud to host the prestigious United States Air Force Concert Band and the Singing Sergeants in our beautiful concert hall at Branscomb Auditorium!
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