High School Counselors
The Flagler College Office of Admissions is here to support you and your students throughout this difficult and unprecedented time. We understand that your school has most likely changed quickly to a virtual platform for the unforeseeable future, and in that spirit, we will support those decisions regarding your student’s academic records. If your school has had to amend its current grading scales, such as offering a pass/fail or another variation, it will be understood and taken into context for not only our incoming Fall 2020 class, but for future applicants that are also impacted. A commitment to helping students and their families navigate the admissions process has always been a hallmark of our team of professionals, just as it is for yours.
Admissions Counselors are available to connect with you over traditional calls or the vast array of virtual options. We are now offering virtual information sessions and tours for your students, and they can register for that by clicking on that link. If you have any ideas on collaboration, please let us know as we are looking for ways to engage and support you and your students.
Thank you again for all of your work to help your students both in and outside the classroom, and we wish you good health.
Below you will find some commonly asked questions and helpful links to assist you and your students through our application and enrollment process.
Commonly Asked Questions
Students are welcome to complete the freshman application or international application found on our website, but Flagler College is also a member of the Common Application. We do not have a preference, and ultimately encourage students to complete the application that will work best for them.Back To Top
|Decision||Application Deadline||Notification Deadline||Deposit Deadline|
|Early Decision||Apply by Nov. 1||Notified by Dec. 15||Deposit by Jan. 15|
|Regular Decision||Apply by Mar. 1||Notified by Mar. 31||Deposit by May 1|
Students will be asked to select the Plan of their choosing as they complete the online application. We do not offer Early Action. All admissions decisions are sent to the student’s mailing address via USPS, and a notification letter will also be mailed to you at the school a few days later.Back To Top
Flagler College evaluates students on an individual and holistic basis. The following academic profile represents the mean of admitted students from last year. Although these numbers provide a good range to aim for, they do not represent minimum requirements or cut-off points for admission.
Class Academic Statistics
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Please keep in mind this GPA is a weighted, core GPA as electives are not considered in our calculations.
Flagler accepts Common Application fee waivers through the Common App site. Other types of fee waivers (such as ACT, NACAC, or CollegeBoard) can be faxed to 904.819.6466, emailed to Admissions@Flagler.edu as a PDF or JPG attachment, or mailed to the following address:
74 King Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084Back To Top
Flagler accepts recommendations through CommonApp and SENDedu. Recommendation letters may also be faxed to 904.819.6466, emailed to Admissions@Flagler.edu as a PDF or Word Document attachment, or mailed to the following address:
74 King Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084
You are welcome to complete a Secondary School Report or simply write a letter. The student is also encouraged to obtain a written recommendation from any high school teacher if you are unable to speak on the student’s behalf. The teacher may use the same submission methods listed above.Back To Top
We recommend all students submit their test scores electronically through the corresponding website, such as CollegeBoard or ACT. Our SAT code is 5235 and our ACT code is 0772. International students may also submit the IELTS or TOEFL. If students are unable to submit scores electronically due to financial constraints, we may be able to accept test scores using an alternate method. If you, as the counselor, can send us the full score report PDF via email, we can count that as official for the student’s application.Back To Top
Flagler accepts transcripts through CommonApp and SENDedu. Transcripts may also be faxed to 904.819.6466, emailed to Admissions@Flagler.edu as a PDF or JPG attachment, or mailed to the following address:
74 King Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084
Please keep in mind that for domestic applicants, the Office of Admissions only requires one transcript: the final, official high school transcript with a printed date of graduation. During the application process, all students are required to submit the SSAR (Self-reported Student Academic Record) in lieu of submitting a transcript.Back To Top
You certainly can. We recommend watching our video tutorial as well as reading over the SSAR Frequently Asked Questions to familiarize yourself with this part of the application. Please note: We cannot accept SSAR codes. Applicants can only attach their SSAR using a link provided in an email sent by the Office of Admissions. International students or students who have already graduated high school will not need to submit the SSAR.Back To Top
We would greatly appreciate an email or a phone call from the student to let us know that they have made plans elsewhere. This will allow us to deactivate their Flagler record and continue working with families and students still considering Flagler College as an option for their education.Back To Top
Early Decision students must submit their enrollment deposit and electronic enrollment forms no later than January 15th.
Regular Decision students will need to submit their deposit payment and enrollment forms no later than May 1st.
Enrollment forms are emailed to students and their parents a few days after they receive their acceptance letter in the mail. If we receive forms, but no payment, the student is not considered Deposited (and vice versa).Back To Top
Students seeking advanced credit are responsible for submitting all official college transcripts, CLEP, IB, AICE, or AP score reports, and for confirming their level of advanced standing prior to registering for classes at Flagler.
Applicants who are still in high school, but are taking dual-enrollment courses, should still apply as a freshman student when considering the college application.
Transfer credits will generally be granted for courses in which a grade of “C” (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) or better was earned from regionally accredited institutions. Quality points earned for transfer credits are not used in computing a student’s grade point average at Flagler. Students who have successfully completed the requirements for an A.A. degree may transfer up to three courses in which a “D” grade was earned, provided the total number of transfer credits does not exceed 64 semester hours. The amount of transfer credit and advanced standing allowed by the College will be determined by the Registrar. In some instances, the department chair is consulted prior to awarding transfer credits. In accordance with the ICUF (Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida) Articulation Agreement, Flagler College, as a member of ICUF, provides some basic guarantees to transfer students who have earned an Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree from any member institution of the State of Florida public university system. This guarantee includes the transfer of 60 credits to be applied toward the awarding of the baccalaureate degree and completion of the general education requirements at Flagler College.Back To Top
Please visit this page to determine who in our office represents your area. You are welcome to call or email them directly to request that they present to your students or attend a college fair you are hosting. All invitations will be considered according to counselor availability and they will get back to you as soon as they can!Back To Top