Transfer Enrollment Information
Your conditions of admission are outlined on the Online Status Check. If you do not meet the stated conditions, you should be in contact with the Office of Admissions immediately. By not meeting the conditions, your admission is subject to cancellation.
Your transfer credits are evaluated by the Office of Admissions and recorded on an unofficial transcript, available through Blackboard. To learn more about the evaluation process and how coursework is coded, click here.
To view your credits, log into Blackboard using the FSUID and password you created earlier. From the menu provided, go to 'Secure Apps' and select 'My Unofficial Transcript' from the list. To log into Blackboard to view your credits, click here.
In 2009, the Florida Legislature implemented a new law (Section 1009.286, FS) to encourage students who enroll in a state university to complete the baccalaureate degree program as quickly and efficiently as possible. It established what is commonly referred to as an "Excess Credit Hour Surcharge" by charging an additional student payment to those students who do not complete the baccalaureate degree in a timely fashion. Accelerated coursework (AICE, AP, IB, CLEP, and dual enrollment) taken while in high school will not be considered in this hour count. To learn more about this surcharge, click here.
The Academic Program Guide provides detailed information about our undergraduate degree programs. A program description, an eight-semester plan for graduation (the academic map), and a link to the department website can be found for each program. To learn more about your degree program and possible additional requirements, click here.
All transfer students are required to attend Orientation. During this event, you meet in small groups to become acquainted with University policies and procedures, participate in academic advising, and register for classes. Detailed information on dates and how to sign up will be sent to you by the Office of New Student and Family Programs. To learn more about orientation and registration, click here.
Healthcare Compliance Information: As an incoming student you are required by Florida law to provide health history and immunization information to the Health Compliance Office before you will be able to register for classes. This is a one-time requirement. To access the required forms, click here.
Health Insurance: Florida State requires full-time students to have health insurance. You must either enroll in the University-sponsored plan or provide proof of comparable health insurance coverage by completing a waiver online. You will be unable to register for classes until this annual requirement is met. If you elect to enroll in the University-sponsored plan, charges will be assessed to your student account, and the cost of meeting this requirement will be included in your financial aid considerations. To learn more about the mandatory health insurance requirement and the costs associated with the University-sponsored plan, click here.
The Online Status Check will indicate if your immunization records are complete and if you are in compliance with the health insurance requirement. If your Online Status Check indicates non-compliance with either immunizations or insurance, you may contact 850.644.3608 for assistance.
If you are an international student requiring an F-1 or J-1 visa, you must obtain the visa prior to entering the United States. If you are coming from another institution in the U.S., you must submit the Transfer In Form. Upon your arrival, you are required to report to the Center for Global Engagement (CGE) to have your visa status validated in the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. If you do not report to the CGE in person and attend the mandatory International Student Orientation, you will be unable to register for classes. Please note that international students are required to enroll in a full course of study.
The best way to apply for need-based aid is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), available on the financial aid website. To receive maximum consideration for all types of aid for the fall term, submit the FAFSA as soon as possible after January 1, 2012. If you have been admitted to the University for the spring term, 2012 or summer term, 2012 and require financial assistance, complete both the 2011-2012 FAFSA and the 2012-2013 FAFSA. Summer applicants must also complete an FSU Summer Financial Aid Application. Log into Blackboard using the FSUID and password you created earlier. From the menu provided, go to 'Secure Apps' and select 'Financial Aid Student Toolkit' to access this application. For information on how to pay your fees, click here. For the most up-to-date information on basic costs, click here.
Please note: If you are a Florida resident and recipient of the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship, you are required to complete a valid FAFSA each year. For information on this new requirement, please view the financial aid website.
University Housing offers you a diverse living and learning community within traditional residence halls and suite-style facilities. Each residence hall has unique characteristics to meet individual needs. For specific information on each hall, click here.
If you have been admitted for the spring semester, you may complete and submit a housing agreement on September 19. To apply electronically, click here. Notification of your room assignment status will be mailed in early December. Keep in mind that University housing is not guaranteed, and is assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you have been admitted for the summer or fall semester, we encourage you to visit the University Housing website for information on the housing agreement.
Food service is provided by Seminole Dining, and a variety of economical and flexible meal options are available at different locations throughout campus. For the most up-to-date information, click here.
The University provides a combination of transportation services and parking facilities to meet your needs. For information about the various bus routes and on-campus parking, click here.
The Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) is our designated office for coordinating academic support services at no cost to qualified students with disabilities. To be eligible for services, you must have a diagnosed disability and provide appropriate documentation to and register with the Center. You can request information by emailing email@example.com or by calling 850.644.9566 (voice) or 850.644.8504 (TDD).
We encourage you to visit campus whenever you have the opportunity. We're always excited to see you and it's the best way to become familiar with your new home. To schedule a visit, click here.
Please verify the accuracy of the following information found on the Online Status Check.
- Name: Is your name spelled correctly? All of your academic records are established from the admission record, so please report any inaccuracies.
- Address: We convert all addresses to U.S. Postal standards, so there may be slight differences between how you write your address and how we have entered it in our system. Please let us know if it is inaccurate or if it changes in the future.
- Email Address: Our office and others will communicate important information through email. Please make sure that we always have your most up-to-date email address. To ensure receipt of our emails, include firstname.lastname@example.org in your address book.
- Residency Status: Residency status is determined by the residency affidavit you submit. If you believe your residency status is incorrect, the Online Status Check will explain what information may be required.
- Term of Entrance: Your acceptance is only for the term specified. If your plans change, or if you wish to be reconsidered for another term, please complete the Undergraduate Change Form.
- Major: Is the major listed correct, or has your academic interest changed since the time of your initial application? If you are having second thoughts about your major, you may research your academic options at the Academic Program Guide website. Please complete the Undergraduate Change Form if you wish to change your major since your application must be forwarded to the new academic program for review.
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