For admission, the applicant who will enter Florida College as the graduate of an accredited high school must meet the following minimal academic requirements:
Complete at least 16 high school academic units, including:
Four units in English (with courses including substantial study of grammar, composition, or literature)
Two units in social sciences (e.g., American, World, or State History, Civics, Geography)
Three units in mathematics (e.g., Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, or higher level courses)
Two units in college preparatory natural sciences (e.g., Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth and Space, or other natural sciences)
Additional academic units may include such courses as Economics, Psychology, Sociology, Humanities, and foreign languages
Graduate with at least a 2.0 grade point average (on a four-point scale)
Provide standardized test scores (ACT, CLT, or SAT) required for appropriate course placement. More information on how to send scores can be found on our Apply page. The following scores are accepted:
Florida College accepts the standard ACT and SAT tests. If you choose to take the writing portion for your own purposes, your score for this section will not be evaluated by Florida College or included to determine your composite score for academic scholarships or course placement. We will only evaluate the critical reading and the math scores of this exam.
For admission, the applicant who will enter Florida College must be at least 17 years old by the first day of class.
If you do not meet the following academic requirements, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
When you took the ACT, CLT, and/or SAT, you had the opportunity to request that your scores be sent automatically to colleges and universities that you were interested in. If you included Florida College in this list, we will receive your scores automatically. If you did not request that we receive your scores at the time of your tests, you will need to request that an official copy of your scores be sent to us directly from the testing agency. Applicants need to request the individual score reports for each test date, rather than requesting only their highest or super scores. Florida College will super score, once we receive all of the applicants scores.
CREDIT BY EXAMINATION
Florida College accepts college credit earned by examination, following the guidelines set by the Florida Articulation Coordinating Committee, for the Advanced Placement (AP) program, Cambridge AICE program, International Baccalaureate Program, and College Level Examination Program (CLEP). Up to 45 semester hours credit may be earned by examination. No examination credit can be assigned if credit by course work is previously or subsequently awarded, or if a course in that discipline or any part thereof has been begun in college classroom work.