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Admitted Students

Congratulations on being admitted to Flagler! Now that you are weighing your options, consider how Flagler can set you up for success.

The first steps are the most important.

Visit Flagler

Whether you have committed to Flagler or are still deciding, we have several opportunities, virtual and in-person, for you to meet current students, faculty, and staff to make sure Flagler is the right fit for you!

More Info on Visiting Flagler

Ready to make your commitment?

The Early Decision commitment deadline is January 15th.

The Regular Decision commitment deadline is May 1st.

We encourage students who have made the decision to attend Flagler to submit their deposit and enrollment forms as early as possible. This will allow you to move on to your next steps sooner! Check out our Enrollment Process page for more information.

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You’ve chosen to become a Flagler Saint! What happens next?
  1. Flagler College Email Credentials
    • Now that you’re a confirmed Flagler student, you’ll need a Flagler email address! Be on the lookout for your email credentials. Our Department of IT will begin to issue this starting in March for those that have already deposited. If you’ve committed after March, expect to receive this email about a week after you’ve paid your deposit. This is the official means of communication for the college, so please get in the habit of checking your email every day!
  2. Math Placement Exam and Survey
    • Once you have paid the deposit, you will be receiving an email with a link to your Math Placement Exam and Survey. These emails typically begin going out in March for those that have already deposited. It’s important to complete both of these items as soon as possible, as this is required to clear you for class registration.
  3. Communication from your Advisor
    • You’ll be receiving communication from our CACE Office and your Advisor around the same time you’re receiving your Math Placement Exam. Once you’ve completed your Math Placement and Survey, your advisor will reach out to start a conversation about your fall schedule.
  4. Financial Aid
    • Log into your Financial Aid Portal to monitor any required documents needed
    • Accept your awards
  5. Residence Life
    • You can request a roommate up until May 31st using the Roommate Request Form.
    • Housing Assignments are typically released in mid-June.
    • Mid-Summer the Office of Residence Life will send out information regarding what to bring with you for on-campus living.
  6. Roar Up Orientation Days
    • You’ll be receiving information about our summer orientation as we near the end of the spring semester.
  7. Final High School Transcript
    • Once you’ve graduated, please make sure an official final high school transcript is sent to us from your school. We must have this on file before you begin classes with us.
  8. College Credit Transcript(s)
    • If you’ve taken any Dual Enrollment courses, we must have an official transcript from the college you’ve taken courses through in order to award transfer credit.
    • If you’ve taken any AP, AICE, or IB courses, please note that we need the official exam results and/or transcripts for these higher-level courses in order to award transfer credit.
  9. Health Forms
    • Our Health Services Office will be emailing you several forms that will need to be completed 2 weeks prior to classes starting.
  10. Bills and Payment Plans
    • Tuition payments are due on August 1st for the fall and December 1st for the spring. If you’d like to split up your semester’s balance into smaller payments, you can set up a payment plan with the Office of Student Accounts.
  11. Health Insurance
    • It’s required for you to have health insurance while you are a student at Flagler. You’ll automatically be enrolled in our plan through United Healthcare, but if you already have insurance, you will need to waive our coverage by the beginning of your first semester. More information about this will be sent to you from the Office of Student Accounts.
  12. First Year Experience and Common Read
    • Our First Year Experience program helps to acclimate you to the campus community. As a part of this program, we’ll be mailing you a book that all incoming students will read and discuss during your freshman year. This will be mailed to you over the summer.
  13. Student ID
    • You will be able to get your student ID during summer orientation(s) or during Welcome Week.
  14. Parking Pass
    • If you’re bringing a car to campus, you’ll need to purchase a parking decal that allows you to park in the student lots on campus. These are purchased online and become available in early August.
  15. Books
    • You can purchase books for your courses through the Campus Store. All you’ll need to do is put your course schedule into the website, and the required materials will pop up! We even price match, so you’ll get the best deal. Booklists are generally available in late summer.
  16. Welcome Week
    • Starting a few days before the fall semester begins there will be Orientation sessions for those who didn’t attend summer orientation, as well as lots of fun activities to welcome you to campus!
  17. Language Placement Exams
    • If you would like take a language during your freshman year, you will need to take a placement exam. These are available for French, Spanish and ASL.
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Resources

Enrollment Process

How to take your first steps toward officially becoming a Flagler Saint!

Admissions Team

Contact information for the Admissions Office

Financial Aid

Everything you need to know about grants, scholarships, loans and how to get them.

Florida Prepaid

How this plan can be used at Flagler

Tuition and Payment

Learn how tuition is billed and how to pay it

Housing

Resources for your home away from home!

Your Facebook Group

Get connected through your class Facebook page

Registration

What you’ll need to get signed up for classes

Orientation

Information about New Student Orientation

First Year Experience

Your academic introduction to Flagler College

Language Placement Tests

Information for Language Placement Tests

Transfer Credit

Information for those with advanced credit

CACE

Center for Academic Advising and Core Experience

Bookstore

Flagler College’s Bookstore website

Parking

Information about parking passes and where to park

Disability Resource Center

Information if you need accommodations or support

Health and Wellness

Health and Wellness

New Student Technology Guide

Recommended technology requirements for new students

Academic Catalog

Learn more about the courses and programs available at Flagler College.

Academic Calendar

Calendar of relevant dates, deadlines and events across campus

Faculty and Staff

Look up any faculty or staff member at Flagler College