Build your legacy. 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.
5 Steps to Apply
STEP 1: Choose ONE of the Following Ways to Apply
STEP 2 : Submit Your Transcripts
School officials may submit accompanying documents electronically, either through email or by using one of the following services below:
If the Common Application was used when applying, please submit accompanying documents through the Common Application site.
Flagler College utilizes a self-reporting system to allow students to input their own high school courses and grades. Please have your transcript in front of you before beginning this process.
STEP 3 : Submit your test scores
All applicants from other countries whose native language is not English must demonstrate proficiency in the English language. This can be accomplished by submitting any one of the following – SAT, ACT, TOEFL, IELTS, or passing scores in English on the GCE, GCSE, IGCSE, BGCSE, CXC, CSEC, CAPE, IB examinations, or Duolingo English Test. Official scores must be submitted with the application for admission. Flagler College does not offer intensive English courses for English as a second language. Test scores from SAT and ACT can be submitted using the following school codes:SAT - 5235ACT - 0772
STEP 4 : Submit Advanced Credits
Flagler College awards advanced standing credit for students who successfully complete these external examination programs: International Baccalaureate (IB), A Levels (Advanced Levels) CAPE(Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Exams), AICE (Cambridge AICE diploma) and AP (Advanced Placement). If you would like to receive advanced standing credit from Flagler College for advanced work completed from any of these examinations, please submit an original score report from the Examination Board, and credit will be awarded.
If you would like to receive credit for matriculation exams encompassing thirteen years of study or for post-secondary work completed as a college, university, or diploma programme, you must provide a professional credit evaluation. Please be sure to request a course-by-course evaluation. We recommend using the services of Josef Silny & Associates. Click here for the application for this service. Please be advised this is only necessary if your studies were conducted outside of the United States. No external evaluation is necessary for advanced credit earned within the United States.
STEP 5 : Complete the Essay
The essay question differs between the Flagler application and The Common Application. You will be able to view the essay as soon as you start the application process.
This is your chance to truly let us know who you are and what you hope to gain from the Flagler College experience.
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.
Teacher or Guidance Counselor recommendations are not required; however, they are recommended. These can be emailed directly to email@example.com.
The I-20 Form
The I-20 is a form issued by the College that each international student takes to the US consulate to receive their student visa. An I-20 form will be issued only after:
- the student has been admitted as a full-time student
- the student submits the International Student Supplemental Form
- the student provides a bank letter showing sufficient funding for one academic year
- the student pays for the first semester’s tuition and fees
The completed International Supplement form and the bank letter can be emailed, mailed or faxed to (904) 819.6466.
We are here to help! Reach out to our admissions office for any questions you may have about applying to Flagler. Office of Admissions | 1-800-304-4208 | firstname.lastname@example.org