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At FSCJ, we believe a strong foundation is key to success.

Attending Orientation will help you get ready for your student journey at FSCJ. Through interactive sessions, workshops and presentations, we cover everything from academics to campus resources and beyond. Explore campus and start making unforgettable memories from day one. Seating is limited. Check out the available dates and locations.

Event Dates and Registration

Pre-Orientation Checklist 

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1. Complete Residency

Florida residency for tuition purposes must be established for each student

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2. Submit Transcripts

All secondary (high school) and postsecondary (colleges/universities) transcripts must be on file with FSCJ.

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3. Determine Placement

Assessment and placement tests should be complete to determine what your initial set of college classes will be.


Orientation is open to new students enrolled in bachelor’s and associate degree programs, as well as technical certificates.

You can bring up to two guests to Orientation, however, going solo can be a fantastic opportunity to fully immerse yourself in the experience, make new connections and embrace the adventure.

Absolutely! Orientation includes a dedicated workshop where you can enroll in classes, provided you meet the eligibility criteria. To ensure a smooth enrollment process, please make sure you have an active application, completed Florida Residency and valid placement on file.

You'll have the chance to receive your official FSCJ Student ID at Orientation, however, if you miss the opportunity, you can always swing by any FSCJ Library and Learning Commons to pick one up.

Absolutely! You'll have an opportunity to take a self-guided tour right after Orientation. For details about guided campus tours, check out our Tours webpage.

Experiencing Orientation on campus is ideal, however, there is a self-paced online orientation for those who need more flexibility. Online Orientation can be accessed through your myFSCJ portal.

Yes, you can attend Orientation at the location that's most convenient for you. It does not have to be the same location where you plan to attend classes.