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All applicants are required to submit official test scores from either the SAT or the ACT. In addition to using the results to evaluate applicants for admission, the scores are used in course selection and placement.
International applicants have the option to submit official test scores from the TOEFL or the IELTS for admission consideration.
Individuals seeking admission with advanced standing may submit the results of the General Examinations offered by the College Level Examination Program. Applicants achieving scores of at least 50 on the General Examinations will receive six semester hours of credit for each of the following areas: English Composition with Essay, Humanities, Social Sciences and History, College Mathematics, Natural Science. Applicants will receive no more than 30 semester hours of advanced standing based on CLEP and/or Advanced Placement Tests. No credit will be awarded for CLEP Subject Examinations. Furthermore, advanced standing on the basis of CLEP scores will be awarded only prior to the student’s initial enrollment at Flagler College. No credit will be granted for an area in which the student has already received college credit.
Students who have participated in the Advanced Placement Program may be eligible for transfer credit or advanced placement at Flagler College. Course credit is generally granted for each AP examination passed with a score of 3, 4, or 5 in courses comparable to Flagler courses and appropriate to the degree program. A score of 3 will not satisfy general education, major, and/or minor course requirements.
For students earning a 4 or 5 on the “Language and Composition” AP examination, Flagler College will award credit for ENG 152 upon consultation with the Department Chair for English. For students earning a 4 or 5 on the “Literature and Composition” AP examination, Flagler College will award 3 credits of HUM 199 toward their General Education Creative Expression requirements. Students must submit official score reports of the AP examinations. Credit is awarded at the discretion of the College, and students should not assume that credit will be awarded automatically. Students should consult with the Office of the Registrar to determine level of placement or the amount of credit to be granted for AP once the official score report is received.
Flagler College considers IB Higher level credentials for possible transfer credit. The College reviews and evaluates IB Higher level courses on an individual basis in the context of a student’s proposed area of study. The amount of credit and placement are subject to approval by the appropriate academic department. Course credit is generally granted for each Higher level examination passed with a score of 4, 5, 6 or 7. A score of 4 will not satisfy general education, major, and/or minor course requirements. Credit is awarded only for classes at the Higher level; no credit is awarded for IB Subsidiary examinations, regardless of the scores earned.
Students are required to forward IB scores to the Office of the Registrar, which will consult with the academic departments involved.
Credit is awarded at the discretion of the College, and students should not assume that credit will be awarded automatically. Students should consult with the Office of the Registrar to determine level of placement or the amount of credit to be granted for IB examinations once the official score report is received.
Flagler College will award AICE transfer credit for examination scores of A, B, C, D, and E. Scores of D and E will not satisfy general education, major, and/or minor course requirements. Students are required to forward official AICE examination results to the Office of the Registrar for evaluation. Students should consult with the Office of the Registrar to determine the amount of credit to be granted for AICE examinations once the official score report is received.
The secondary school counselor’s recommendation is regarded as an important factor in the admission process. The recommendation should be an academic and personal evaluation of the applicant. It may, however, be a compilation of observations by the student’s high school teachers attesting to the applicant’s abilities and character.
Applicants transferring from another institution must be in good standing with a satisfactory grade point average for all work attempted and must be eligible to return to the institution last attended. Transfer applicants from four-year institutions may receive a maximum of 75 semester hours of credit awarded. Transfer applicants are required to submit official score reports from either the SAT or the ACT.
Applicants who transfer from junior or community colleges will be allowed no more than 64 semester hours of credit toward the completion of degree requirements at Flagler. Recipients of the Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree are generally admitted at the junior level. Applicants who transfer from senior institutions must complete the last 45 semester hours at Flagler, not including departmentally-required internships.
Transfer credits will generally be granted for courses in which a grade of “C” (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) or better was earned from regionally accredited institutions. Quality points earned for transfer credits are not used in computing a student’s grade point average at Flagler. Students who have successfully completed the requirements for an A.A. degree may transfer up to three courses in which a “D” grade was earned, provided the total number of transfer credits does not exceed 64 semester hours. The amount of transfer credit and advanced standing allowed by the College will be determined by the Registrar. In some instances, the department chair is consulted prior to awarding transfer credits. In accordance with the ICUF (Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida) Articulation Agreement, Flagler College, as a member of ICUF, provides some basic guarantees to transfer students who have earned an Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree from any member institution of the State of Florida public university system. This guarantee includes the transfer of 60 credits to be applied toward the awarding of the baccalaureate degree and completion of the general education requirements at Flagler College. Transfer students are responsible for submitting all official transcripts, CLEP, IB, AICE, or AP score reports, and for confirming their level of advanced standing prior to registering for classes at Flagler.
Former students whose enrollment at Flagler has been voluntarily or involuntarily interrupted, including academic suspension or dismissal, must petition the Registrar in writing for readmission to the College. The request for readmission must include reasons for leaving Flagler and for wanting to return. All requests must include current contact information and the semester for which readmission is being requested.
Former students who have attended another college or university for at least one semester must be eligible to re-enroll at that institution. Students who have attended another institution for more than one semester must have earned a cumulative GPA of 2.0 to be eligible for readmission. Official transcripts from the institution(s) attended must be submitted to the Registrar. The deadlines for readmission are: Fall Semester - July 1st of the same year; Spring Semester - October 1st of the preceding year; Summer Term - open enrollment (students must submit request for readmission for Fall Semester). In some instances, an on-campus interview may be required.
Any student who withdraws from the College for reasons of illness must have medical approval from the attending physician prior to readmission.
Any student who applies for readmission must be cleared by the Office of Business Services and the Office of Student Services. Once a student is advised by the Office of the Registrar that the student’s readmission is approved, the student must submit an advance deposit to the Office of Business Services.
The College may accept a limited number of students who have completed three years of secondary school and wish to enter college prior to graduation. A candidate for early admission must have at least 13 units and superior grades in college preparatory subjects. In addition, the candidate must submit superior scores from either the SAT or the ACT. Two letters of recommendation are required: one from the secondary school counselor and the second from the school principal or headmaster. The letters of recommendation should attest to the candidate’s character, emotional and social maturity, and readiness for college- level work. A personal on-campus interview is required. Students applying for early admission should understand that the aforementioned factors represent minimum requirements. Admission to Flagler after only three years of secondary school is generally discouraged and highly competitive. Arrangements for the awarding of a high school diploma are the student’s responsibility.
It is the policy of Flagler College to comply with the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, as these Acts apply to independent colleges.
Flagler College does not make inquiries concerning a disability prior to the student’s admission to the College. After the student has been admitted to the College, however, it is the student’s responsibility to inform the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities regarding his or her disability requiring special accommodations; to provide adequate documentation that validates the disability; and to request appropriate accommodations to college programs and services, so reasonable accommodations can be made in a timely manner.
All information regarding the disabilities of specific students and requests for academic accommodations will be considered confidential. As such, this information will be conveyed only to those faculty members and administrative personnel directly involved in accommodating the student who has the disability.