Take a look around and plan ahead for next year.
Retake a class you dropped, or put yourself on the fast track for early graduation. Plan your summer courses while making your fall registration selections.
This summer is your opportunity to experience new things and find new passions. With more than 70 courses to choose from, Florida Southern’s summer program allows you to focus on a particular area of interest or simply sample topics that pique your interest.
Florida Southern College’s summer programs are a great way to stay on course to a 3-year finish. 3-year graduation tracks are available for majors in Biology, Business, Advertising and Public Relations, Education, and Psychology.
What’s a summer that’s all work and no play?! When you need a break from studying, Florida Southern College’s campus will be abuzz with activities. Have fun participating in intramural sports, water front activities, fitness classes, and other special events. Stay tuned!
Want to get out of town this summer? Pursue your studies all over the world. You will have the opportunity to meet other students from around the globe, travel, and practice foreign language skills, all while earning academic credit.
Summer courses are offered over seven sessions.
We have 74 completely online courses offered to accommodate students returning home for the summer or for who those who prefer an online format.
Students are encouraged to complete summer course work in order to maintain academic progress of at least 16 credit hours per semester. Students can use the summer semester to repeat coursework that was completed with an unsatisfactory grade or to take a challenging course that might be difficult to complete during the fall or spring.
The Bright Futures Scholarship (BFFAS) allows BFFAS students to receive award funding during summer 2020 terms. BFFAS Academic Top Scholar students will receive an award that covers 100% of tuition and applicable fees at the public institution or a comparable amount at a nonpublic institution for the summer term. Florida Medallion Scholar students will receive an award that covers 75% of tuition and fees at the public institution or a comparable amount at a nonpublic institution for the summer term.
The $300 college-related expenses stipend and additional award as an Academic Top Scholar will not be available during the summer term.
Funding Requirements: In order to receive funding, Bright Futures students:
May 6 to June 9
June 10 to July 14
May 6 to July 14
May 6 to June 22
April 27 to June 15
June 18 to August 6
April 27 to August 6
Currently enrolled students register via the FSC Portal or attend registration.
Registration will be held in the Registrar’s Office in the Buckner Building.
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Seven sessions are offered this year in both online and face-to-face offerings: Undergraduate Summer A, Undergraduate Summer B, Undergraduate Summer C, Undergraduate Summer D, Adult Undergraduate Summer 3A, Adult Undergraduate Summer 3B, and Adult Undergraduate Summer 3C.
Students are limited to enrolling in no more than 18 total hours of course work in sessions Undergraduate Summer A, Undergraduate Summer B, Undergraduate Summer C, Undergraduate Summer D, Adult Undergraduate Summer 3A, Adult Undergraduate Summer 3B, and Adult Undergraduate Summer 3C. No more than two courses may be taken in any session.
May 25 - Memorial Day
July 4 - Independence Day
Be sure to contact your academic adviser with specific questions concerning how taking courses during the summer will impact degree completion.
Students can now register via the FSC Portal or you may come to the scheduled registrations listed below.
All new students wishing to enroll during summer sessions at FSC must complete an application for admission. New students must appear at registration in order to enroll. Please contact the Office of Admissions at 863-680-4131 for more information.
If you are a degree-seeking student at another institution and would like to take summer courses at FSC to transfer back to your home institution (you are considered a transient student), please complete the registration form above and submit a transient student permission form (from your home institution) to the FSC Office of Admissions. The transient permission form must indicate the specific courses that you have been approved to take, and it must be signed by an appropriate individual at your home (current) institution. Be sure to attend the registration session listed above.
If you plan to enroll at FSC as a new freshman or you are a transfer student entering during the summer, you should complete the application for the summer and the FSC application for admission. In addition, all necessary transcripts, test scores, and other supporting documentation must be received and processed by the Office of Admissions prior to your enrollment. Be sure to make arrangements to attend one of the registration sessions listed above.
Our teacher workshops are the perfect solution for your professional continuing education needs. Learn more on the Teacher Workshops page.
Payment is due three days before that first class starts.