Admissions & Aid
Every person has their own story. Whether you recently graduated with your Associates in Arts degree or you are returning to complete your education, we are dedicated to helping you continue onto the next chapter in your life journey.
Our campus is dedicated to providing a high quality, cost-effective, student-focused education. Our faculty have industrial experience that will help you gain real-world skills and knowledge to propel you to the next level in your career. Plus, our cost-effective tuition means that you can gain an education while having little to zero debt. Lastly, our students are our highest priority. We strive to provide programs that will be most beneficial to your future, while listen as to what works and doesn't work for you.
As you and your classmates advance in the program together, you will form strong relationships like no other. From networking and relationship-building opportunities to a faculty and staff committed to your success, you will be ready to take your academic and professional experience to the Tallahassee community and beyond.
Admissions is open to students who have earned an Associate of Arts (AA) degree from a Florida institution or 60 transferable college credits in which a grade of at least a 'C' was earned. Candidates without will be required to complete general requirements for Flagler College.
We currently offer seven different programs in Accounting, Business, Communications, Education, Psychology, and Public Administration.
Deadlines to Apply
SPRING 2020 (January 2021)
Tuition & Financial Aid
For the 2020-2021 academic year, the cost per credit hour is $275.
However, many of our students qualify for financial assistance. Sources include grants, loans, scholarships, Florida Prepaid, Bright Futures, the EASE Grant, and more.
The Effective Access to Student Education (EASE) Grant is awarded to Florida residents who are enrolled full-time and have not earned a four-year degree. For 2020-2021 academic year, students will receive $2,841 which is divided between Fall and Spring.
Your story continues! There are a few items for you to review as you start the enrollment process.