You can use these cover photos to share your success, or just post one to your wall. Be sure to use #fscbound when sharing your photos!
From video tours to online information sessions, we have lots of resources for you to experience Florida Southern virtually!
Ready to visit campus in person? Check out our on-campus visit options.
You and your family will have the chance to learn more about your intended major in an academic showcase, chat with our student resources and organizations during our virtual student life expo, and explore campus virtually with our Southern Ambassadors.
We encourage all families to complete a FAFSA. Be sure to include Florida Southern (001488) as a school of choice.
Students entering in January 2021 should submit the 2020-2021 FAFSA. The FAFSA opens on October 1, 2020 for students entering in 2021.
When you submit your enrollment deposit, you save your space in the upcoming Class and residence halls.
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.
Register for Day on Campus, attend a MocTalk Webinar, or schedule a meeting with your counselor.
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.
Upload ID to your student status page
Acceptable forms of ID include: state issued driver’s license, state issued photo identification card, or unexpired government issued passport. Deadline to upload is January 6 at 5:00 PM.
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.
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.
Submit documents by December 15. Incomplete or inaccurate information will prevent move-in to residence hall and/or class.
A helpful resource, this will answer your questions and help you transition successfully to Florida Southern College.
Before the semester begins, please make sure all your bills are paid. Check with the Business Office if you have questions or concerns. Due January 1, 2021.
Our one-day spring Orientation on January 25 gives new students a chance to meet with their academic department and get acclimated to college life at Florida Southern.
Important dates to know.
Keep up to what’s happening on campus!