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.
5 Steps to Apply
STEP 1: Submit Your Application
STEP 2 : Request Transcripts
Contact the Registrar of each college or university you have attended and request your official transcript.
STEP 3 : Submit Your Transcripts
The Registrar at each college or university you have attended may submit your transcripts one of three ways:
- Mail : Office of Admissions, Flagler College, 74 King Street, St. Augustine, FL 32084.
- Email : email@example.com
- Online Document Transfer
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.
High School officials may submit transcripts electronically, either through email or by using one of the following services below:
STEP 4: Submit Official Test Scores
Transfer students who meet the following criteria may be asked to submit either SAT or ACT score to the Office of Admissions:
- If an applicant has not completed 1 non-remedial transferrable English & 1 non-remedial transferrable Math courses when they submit their application.
SAT – 5235 ACT - 0772
It is strongly recommended that applicants earn a score above 500 on the critical reading, mathematics, and writing sections of the SAT; or a score above 20 on all four sub-sections of the ACT.
STEP 5 : Complete the Essay
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.