Thinking about transferring to Flagler College from another college or university? It’s simple, start here:
What’s the cost?
Our net price calculator will help you estimate your financial aid options.
Recipients of the Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree are generally admitted at the junior level (meaning if you transfer with your AA degree completed, your General Education requirements will be considered satisfied).Back To Top
75 from a four year college/university, 64 from a junior or community college.Back To Top
Transfer students are admitted on a rolling basis, which means there is not a hard application deadline for the Fall or Spring term. We recommend that students complete their applications no later than June 1st for fall admission or November 1st for spring admission.Back To Top
No, quality points earned for transfer credit are not used in computing a student’s grade point average. Credits will generally transfer is you received a grade of “C” or better. Students who have completed their A.A. degree may transfer up to three courses in which a “D” grade was earned.Back To Top
Along with an application & an official transcript from each institution attended, we require transfer applicants to submit SAT/ACT scores:
- If they have not completed 1 non-remedial transferrable English and 1 non-remedial transferrable Math courses when they submit their application.
If an applicant does not have at least 24 transferrable credit hours completed at the time of application submission then we will require a copy of a final high school transcript as well.Back To Top
How will my credits transfer?
Contact your admissions director, Emily Cruz.
Ready to Apply?
Review our 5 step application process.