Congratulations on being admitted to Flagler College Tallahassee! We look forward to having you on campus. Here are a few items for you to review as you finish your enrollment process.
STEP 1: CONFIRM YOUR SPOT
Your acceptance letter includes important information about how to pay the required $100 deposit. You will also receive an email from the Office of Admissions*. It will contain a mandatory enrollment form and information to pay your deposit. You will be issued a Flagler College email account within 48 hours of paying your enrollment deposit and completing the enrollment online form.
The deposit deadline is August 18th. Failure to submit your deposit will result in the cancellation of your application.
To pay your deposit online, please access the link below:
*If you are/were pursuing your Associate of Arts (AA) Degree at TCC and will not/did not earn the degree, you must notify the Office of Admissions immediately. This may affect your entrance into Flagler College Tallahassee.
STEP 2: FINANCIAL AID LETTER
You will receive a financial aid letter outlining the resources available to you. For questions regarding tuition, financial aid, or eligibility to receive VA Education Benefits, please reach out to:
STEP 3: REVIEW THE ORIENTATION MATERIALS & SCHEDULE
New Student Orientation for Fall 2021 is Wednesday, August 18th from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. You will receive detailed information leading up to Orientation via e-mail regarding being a new student at Flagler College Tallahassee. You will also receive a Flagler College Tallahassee t-shirt! Orientation information will include:
- Semester Schedule
- Flagler Email Account
- Cohort Teaching Model
- Tuition & Financial Aid
- and more!
The following is a list of materials to review as newly admitted students:
STEP 4: CONNECT WITH YOUR FLAGLER FAMILY
STEP 5: CHECK OVER DETAILS AND REMINDERS
If you are an Accounting, Business Administration, or Marketing major, you are required to complete PDH 300 Career Development, preferably in your first semester. This is a 1-credit pass/fail curriculum requirement that will be offered asynchronously online. Using a seminar format, this course encourages students to evaluate personal, academic, and professional development, focusing on self-evaluation, goal-setting, and career preparation.
We understand there can be lots of information to sort through as you begin your journey at Flagler College Tallahassee. If you have any questions or need assistance, feel free to contact our Assistant Director of Academic Services, Mr. Wendall McGahee via phone or email. He can assist you with:
- Official Transcripts
- Class Schedules
- Academic Advisor
- Academic Calendar
- and more!