First Year Applicants
Make history. Start at Flagler.
Congratulations, you are one step closer to becoming a member of the Flagler community!
Follow the steps below to complete your application. Be sure to review our application deadlines. If you have any questions, we are here to help.
First-year applicants are not required to submit their test scores. If you have any questions about our admissions process, check out our FAQ page.Admissions FAQ
5 Steps to Apply
STEP 1: Choose ONE of the Following Ways to Apply
STEP 2: Request Official High School Transcripts
STEP 3: Submit an Academic Recommendation
The required recommendation letter must be written by someone that knows you in an academic setting (school counselor, teacher, etc.).
School officials will receive a link to submit their recommendations electronically, but those writing letters of recommendation may also email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If applying via the Common Application, you can submit all required documents through the Common Application site.
STEP 4: Submit Official Test Scores (Optional)
Flagler College strives to select students who display strong personal values, excellent citizenship, self-advocacy, and a commitment to the pursuit of knowledge above standardized testing. In light of this, please note the submission of test scores is optional (unless you are homeschooled). If you feel as though you meet our expectations as a driven student with personal integrity, but know your scores do not adequately reflect your abilities, you may opt-out of this section of the application.
If, on the other hand, you think your standardized test results accurately reflect your potential, test scores from SAT and ACT can be submitted using the following school codes:
SAT – 5235 ACT - 0772
STEP 5 : Complete the Essay
The essay question differs between the Flagler application and The Common Application.
You will be able to view the Common Application essay prompts as soon as you start their process.
Flagler’s essay prompt: Flagler College strives to admit students who will excel and reach their full potential during their college experience. Please provide an essay of at least 250 words that describes a single event or a single theme that defines your character and/or your aspirations.
|November 1st||Early Decision Application Due|
|March 1st||Regular Decision Application Due|