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Spring Accepted Students Next Steps

Residency Declaration Form

All students who wish to claim Florida residency for tuition purposes must complete the residency declaration form before attending orientation. If you haven't completed your form already, visit Application Status Check to complete this task.

Self-Reported Student Academic Record (SSAR)

Update your Self-Reported Student Academic Record (SSAR) with your final, senior-year grades by logging in to the SSAR website. Submit the updates by clicking the Complete button at the bottom of the Review/Submit section. If you do not re-lock your SSAR, FSU will not receive your updated information.

Final Review

The Office of Admissions requires an official, final high school transcript sent directly from your school to the University. If you have dual enrollment credit, you must also send an official college transcript(s). All official test scores (ACT and/or SAT) must be sent by the respective testing agency to FSU. All official transcripts and test scores must be received by July 14, 2021. In addition to verifying the accuracy of your SSAR with your high school and college transcripts, and your self-reported scores with your official test scores, we will check your senior grades. At the end of the Fall 2021 term, you must send an official, final college transcript to FSU Admissions to show you have met all admission conditions.

Performance Standards

  1. 15 Hour Requirement

    You must enroll in 15 semester hours of college credit at another institution in the fall. If you take courses during the summer, you must still take 15 semester hours during the fall. Our 15 hour fall requirement cannot be split between summer and fall. You should follow the Academic Program Guide at for major requirements and recommended college courses to be taken.

  2. GPA Requirement

    You must earn a minimum 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) college grade point average in your fall classes with no grade below C. If you take classes in the summer, your college GPA for that term must also be 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) with no grade below C. If you take summer classes, you must have an official transcript sent to FSU Admissions before the start of fall term.

  3. English Requirement

    You must enroll in ENC 1101 (the first English composition class), unless you have earned college credit for English composition through AICE, AP, IB, CLEP, and/or dual enrollment. Refer to Accelerated Credit at for college credit awarded through acceleration.

  4. Math Requirement

    You must enroll in the required math for your major (MAC 1105, MGF 1106, or MGF 1107), unless you have earned comparable college credit for math through AICE, AP, IB, CLEP, and/or dual enrollment. Refer to Accelerated Credit at for college credit awarded through acceleration. Refer to the Academic Program Guide at for your major's math requirement.

Accelerated Credit

Up to 45 semester hours of credit can be awarded by taking AICE, AP, IB, and/or CLEP tests and achieving appropriate scores. Accelerated credit cannot count towards your 15 Hour Performance Standard Requirement for fall, but may cover your English and/or Math Requirement. All official test scores must be sent from the testing agency to the Office of Admissions before the start of the fall term. Learn more about what credit you may be eligible for at

After accepting your non-binding offer, you will receive an email from FSU Information Technology Services (ITS) with your unique FSUID. To activate your FSUID, log in to the myFSU portal at, click Manage FSUID/Password, and follow the on-screen steps to complete the activation process.

Please note, if you were previously admitted to the University a unique FSUID was already assigned to you. To gain access to the myFSU portal, please log in using the FSUID you were initially assigned.

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