Applying for admission to NFC is simple with our new Online Application!

The online application system is open for the Fall 2019 term. Advising for fall begins on June 10 and classes begin August 14. The deadline to submit an online Application for Admission for the Fall 2019 is Friday, August 9.

Before proceeding it may be helpful to print NFC’s Enrollment Checklist. These steps will guide you through the entire enrollment process.

Please click on the five links below and read the following statements carefully. Verify that you understand the information presented below by clicking the acknowledgement checkbox at the bottom of the page. You will not be allowed to continue until the box has been checked.

  • Confidentiality of Student Records

    Confidentiality of Student Records

    The Family Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 provides that "Directory Information" may be released to the general public upon request unless the student has specially requested in writing that some or all of the information not be released. A form is available upon request from the office of the Registrar.

  • Student Disabilities Statement

    Student Disabilities Statement

    Any student with a disability who wants to request accommodations, assistance, or information should contact Student Disability Services at (850) 973-1611 (TTY).

  • Collection of Student Social Security Numbers Statement

    Collection of Student Social Security Numbers Statement

    In compliance with Florida Statute (F.S.) 119.071(5)(a), North Florida College (NFC) issues this notification regarding the purpose for the collection and use of your Social Security Number (SSN). In addition, 119.071(2) (a)(II), F.S., authorizes NFC to collect and use your SSN to perform the College's duties and responsibilities for the following purposes: student record management; identification and verification; tracking (also authorized by 1008.386, F.S.); VA benefits (also mandated by 38 USC 3471); and reporting to authorized agencies of the state and federal government (also authorized by 26 USC 6050S). To protect your identity, NFC will maintain the privacy of your SSN and never release it to unauthorized parties. The College assigns you a unique student identification number which is used for educational purposes at NFC, including access of your college records.

  • Excess Hours Advisory

    Excess Hours Advisory

    Section 1009.286. Florida Statutes, establishes an "excess hour" surcharge for students seeking baccalaureate degrees at state universities. It is critical that students, including those entering Florida College System institutions, are aware of the potential for additional course fees. For the 2012-13 academic year and thereafter, "excess hours" are defined as hours that go beyond 110% of the hours required for a baccalaureate degree program. For example, if the length of the program is 120 credit hours, the student may be subject to an excess hour surcharge for any credits attempted beyond 132 credit hours (110% x 120).

    All students whose educational plan may include earning a bachelor's degree should make every effort to enroll in and successfully complete those courses that are required for their intended major on their first attempt. Florida College System students intending to transfer to state universities should identify a major or "transfer program" early and, by the time the student earns 30 semester hours of college credit, be advised of admission requirements for that program, including the approved common prerequisites. Course withdrawals and/or repeats, as well as enrollment in courses nonessential to the intended major, may contribute to a potential excess hours surcharge.

  • Florida Residency for Purposes of Tuition Assessment

    Florida Residency for Purposes of Tuition Assessment and Payment

    Students attending any postsecondary educational institution in the State of Florida must show proof of Florida residency in order to be assessed in-state tuition and fees at a public institution or to receive State provided financial assistance dollars at public or private institutions. All applicants are classified as non-resident until residency declaration information is received and approved.

    A Florida Resident for tuition purposes is a person who has, or a dependent person whose parent, legal guardian or spouse has established and maintained legal residence in Florida for at least 12 months prior to the first day of the term for which he/she is enrolling.

The residency declaration for tuition purposes form is available at this link. You will need to submit this with your application to prove Florida Residency.

Click here for more information about Residency.

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