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Accept our offer of admission by submitting your enrollment deposit!
When you do, you’ll save your spot in the entering class, secure your scholarships and aid, and gear up for sharing your housing and schedule preferences. Remember, housing assignments are made in the order students’ deposits are received, so don’t delay! The enrollment deposit is $500 if you plan to live on campus and $300 if you’ll commute. You may pay online or by phone at 863.680.4131.
Students who submit their deposit by April 1 will receive their housing assignments on our June 1 Match Day!
When you submit your enrollment deposit, you’ll be invited to share your housing preferences (room type, building, roommate(s)) on our New Student Enrollment Form. We guarantee housing for all students, so while you need not worry about securing a living space on campus, we do encourage you to enroll and complete your housing application (New Student Enrollment Form) as soon as you’ve made the decision to attend FSC.
We give you the option to choose your roommate, but don’t feel pressure to do so! We’ll use the preferences you’ve shared to pair you with someone we believe has similar lifestyle choices and interests. But, if you’ve met or know another incoming student(s), you can request to live with one another. On the New Student Enrollment Form, simply answer ‘yes’ to the question, "Do you have a preferred roommate?" Then, you’ll see the roommate preferences section; you’ll need their name and FSC ID—and they’ll need to request you as well!
Get excited! New students who have submitted their enrollment deposit by April 1* will receive their housing assignments during our Match Day on June 1! You’ll receive an email from FSC with instructions for logging into your FSC Portal to view your roommate(s) name and contact information!
*Students have until the National Candidate Reply Date of May 1 to submit the Enrollment Deposit. Students who submit their Enrollment Deposit by May 1 will receive equal consideration for housing placement.
Ready to get involved? Kicking off each school year, our BLAST OFF event showcases our 100+ campus clubs and organizations with free food, inflatables, games and lots of fun.
Summer checklist, packing guide, campus resources! Everything you need to know about starting your Florida Southern experience.
New freshmen will complete the Course Preference Form (opening this spring) to share information about your declared major and course interests. Our advisors will use this information to build your fall semester schedule, which you’ll receive electronically over the summer. Then, you’ll have an opportunity to meet with your advisor at Orientation to review your schedule.
New transfer students will be able to meet with an academic advisor to build your fall schedule during our Transfer Advising Days (opening late Spring).
First-year students will move in on Saturday, August 28 to August 30. Our team of Orientation Leaders will guide you through our two-day orientation program. Parents are invited to participate in select activities as well! More details, including the Orientation Schedule, will be coming this summer.
Stay on track with the deposited student checklist!
Your enrollment deposit saves your place at Florida Southern, makes you eligible for scholarships and financial aid, and secures your residence hall room. The enrollment deposit is $500 if you plan to live on campus and $300 if you’ll commute. You may pay online or by phone at 1.800.274.4131.
If you do not plan to enroll at FSC let us know by declining your offer of admission.
We encourage all families to complete a FAFSA. Be sure to include Florida Southern (001488) as a school of choice.
Students entering in August 2021 should submit the 2021-2022 FAFSA (opens October 1, 2020).
These forms review emergency contact information, insurance coverage, and provide a place to indicate your housing preferences. They must be completed by both commuters and residential students alike.
Priority Deadline: May 7, or within two weeks of submitting enrollment deposit.
What will you study when you get to campus? Take a few moments to tell us what types of courses you are interested in taking. Your selections will help us to better create your course schedule. Priority Deadline: June 1, or within two weeks of submitting enrollment deposit.
Does not apply to transfer students.
We have recently updated our policies for verification of student identities. You will need to complete this process prior to beginning coursework at Florida Southern College. To satisfy this requirement, you must provide a copy of your government issued photo identification. You are encouraged to provide this identification in advance of your arrival by uploading a copy via your Student Status page. You will be required to provide your official ID when you arrive on campus in order to receive your FSC ID.
Acceptable forms of ID include: state issued driver’s license, state issued photo identification card, or unexpired government issued passport.
To avoid delays with moving in and starting classes, submit all medical forms as soon as possible.
Students and parents are also required to read our Student Health Center’s notice of privacy practices, which outlines student medical information disclosure.
Florida Residents - Provide proof of parent/guardian Florida residency.
Final high school transcripts must be official and reflect your date of graduation. If you’ve taken dual-enrollment courses — we’ll need an official transcript from each school(s) where credit was earned in order to award credit.
Credit by Examination (AP, CLEP, AICE) requires that we receive your official test scores from the testing agency. IB coursework requires an official copy of the IB diploma or the IB score.
Transfer students must submit official transcripts from all institutions attended.
A helpful resource, this will answer your questions and help you transition successfully to Florida Southern College.
As part of the College’s plan to ensure all students have access to healthcare, all full-time students are automatically enrolled in the College’s Student Injury and Sickness Insurance Plan. Students entering Florida Southern College in the Fall semester and who wish to decline coverage must opt out through the United Healthcare Student Center.
Waivers must be submitted on or before September 17, 2021.
Accept or decline your student loans, review terms and conditions, and complete other important next steps to finalize your aid package no later than June 1.
New Student Orientation gives you a glimpse at the many academic and extracurricular opportunities waiting for you at Florida Southern.
Check-In Time - View your personalized check-in date, time and location on the FSC Portal (Available in August).
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