Find out about requirements, fees, and deadlines
Florida Southern accepts first-year applications on a rolling admission basis and the priority application date for fall entry is March 1. Students may apply early by November 1 via Early Action or Early Decision and receive an admissions decision by December 15. In addition to a completed application, students should submit official high school transcripts, SAT or ACT scores (unless applying test-optional), and one academic letter of recommendation. Applicants who have not earned college course credit following high school graduation should apply as a first-year student. There is no application fee to apply.
Florida Southern accepts transfer applications on a rolling admission basis and the priority application date for fall entry is June 1. Admission decisions are generally awarded within two weeks of receipt of all application materials, which includes official copies of all college transcripts and a report of social standing from transferring institution; students transferring less than 24 hours should also submit official SAT/ACT scores and high school transcripts. Applicants who have earned any college course credit following high school graduation should apply as a transfer student. There is no application fee to apply.
Florida Southern invites students to visit our 113-acre lakeside campus—twice named the “most beautiful” campus in the nation by The Princeton Review. Tours are offered Monday-Friday in the morning and afternoon and on select Saturdays each month. We encourage families to allot two hours for their campus visit experience, which includes an information session and campus tour led by a student ambassador. Opportunities to eat lunch on campus, meet a professor, and sit in on a class are also available on select days.
FSC guarantees students the opportunity to travel abroad, participate in a professional internship, and graduate in four years. Committed to preparing students for success, 100% of our graduates participate in research, internships, study abroad, or other high impact experiences.