Admissions & Aid


Wherever you plan to go in your professional life, choosing the right college is an important first step. Find out everything you need to know about making FSCJ a part of your future.

Welcome to FSCJ!

In a fast-moving global economy, the knowledge and skills students learn must be relevant, purposeful and quickly adaptable — that’s why students are coming to Florida State College at Jacksonville in record numbers. It’s time to discover how Florida State College at Jacksonville can help you get a great start on the road to your future. We know there’s so much to learn about your educational experience so we’ve made it easy for you to get the answers to your questions. We invite you apply and come ride the BlueWave.

If you have questions or need assistance, contact us.

(904) 646-2300; (877) 633-5950
Fax:  (904) 633-5955; (888) 873-1145
Hours:  Mon.-Thurs., 8 a.m.–6 p.m.; Fri., 8 a.m.–3 p.m.; Sat. and Sun., Closed

Applying for Admission

1Browse Our Programs

Browse our 13 areas of study which include over 100 technical certificate and degree programs. 

Looking for a specific degree or certificate? View our degrees and certificates.

Not sure which degree is right for you? Looking for a particular career area? View our areas of study.

2Start Your Application

3Submit Your Transcripts

Your transcripts are an important part of the application and registration process!

If you graduated from a public high school in Duval (after June 1989), St. Johns (after June 1993) or Clay (after June 1992) county, the College will request an official transcript after we receive your application. If our request is not honored by the high school, students will be notified by mail to request their own official transcript. If you graduated from a public or private high school outside of Duval, St. Johns or Clay counties, please have your high school send an official transcript indicating your graduation date to:

Admissions Office
Florida State College at Jacksonville
P.O. Box 40515
Jacksonville, FL 32203-0515

If you have attended any other college or university, please request each school to forward your official transcript to the above address. All transcripts must be received and evaluated before a student can be approved for financial aid. If transcripts are not received within one term, subsequent class registration attempts will be blocked.

Also review the transcripts (external credits) FAQ.

4Apply for Residency

Consult the College catalog regarding residency requirements.

5Complete College Assessment

Learn more at our Assessment and Certification

6Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships

There are countless resources available to help you pay for college. Visit our financial aid and scholarships pages for information to get you started.

7Schedule Orientation

All first-time-in-college, degree-seeking students are strongly encouraged to complete orientation. During orientation, students explore career options, discover College resources, learn to navigate the student portal and meet with an academic advisor.  FSCJ orientations are offered both on campus and online. Choose the option that works best for you! To schedule your orientation, call (904) 646-2300, option 1, or visit a campus/center near you.

Apply Now!

*Applicants must submit all admissions-related documents before the published priority date. Students must have a complete and accurate file in order for Florida State College at Jacksonville to determine eligibility for coverage of tuition, fees and books. Those who do not meet the published priority deadline will be responsible for paying their educational expenses from their own resources until eligibility is established. Check your status online.

Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crimes

Florida State College at Jacksonville complies with the provisions of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, and other applicable laws pertaining to College safety and security practices. For more information, visit FSCJ safety/security.