Applying for admission to NFC is simple!

Attend our Super Saturday event on March 7 and apply for free!
The deadline to register in most Spring 2020 classes has passed. Students interested in registering in a late-start Spring 2020 program (Childcare Center Director or FCCPC) should contact an Admissions Specialist at admissions@nfc.edu or (850) 973-9405 for assistance applying.
The online application is open for the Summer 2020 term. Advising begins on April 6 and classes begin May 11.

The Office of Enrollment Services in the Administration Building (Bldg. 3) is here to help every step of the way.
Florida Resident: For Statement of Florida Residency for Tuition Purposes, you will need your driver’s license, voter’s registration and/or vehicle registration, etc. If you’re under the age of 24, these documents will need to be your parents’ documents unless you meet an independent exception.

First-time applicants must submit $20 nonrefundable application fee with admission application. Students who attended NFC while in high school (as dual enrollment or early admission students) and wish to continue at NFC after high school graduation, must submit a completed admission application and $20 nonrefundable application fee. The application fee for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is $30.

Returning Students: If it has been more than 12 months since you attended NFC, you will need to submit a new admission application and submit official transcripts from each college, university or technical school attended since you last completed courses at NFC.