Accept our offer of admission by confirming your enrollment in three easy steps. You can register for classes after you pay the confirmation fee.
Accept your offer of admission
Submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid to find out your eligibility for federal, state, or institutional need-based financial aid. The FLC federal school code is 001353.
Fill out your FAFSA application
Your FLC account information is different than your admission portal log-in information.
You will use your FLC account info to:
View and accept your financial aid award package on WebOPUS. You must activate your FLC account before you can do this step. Learn how to accept your financial aid.
View and accept your financial aid award
First-year students must live on campus their first two semesters (see exemptions). All students are welcome to apply to live on-campus. Learn about on-campus housing options.
Apply for on-campus housing
Once you fill out the Advising Questionnaire, your Skyhawk Advisor creates your personalized class schedule. They will reach out to you over the summer when your schedule is ready.
Once you have filled out the Advising Questionnaire, you will receive an email to schedule an advising and registration appointment with your new Skyhawk Advisor. If you submit your transcripts in time, the Registrar's Office will complete your official transfer evaluation before the appointment.
Advising Questionnaire opens:
Complete the Advising Questionnaire in your admission portal so you can be registered in classes.
Have the school or institution that issues your transcripts or an authorized third-party vendor send your official final transcripts directly to us; do not send in-progress coursework. You might be eligible for more scholarships if you have a higher cumulative GPA than what you provided before you were admitted. Email the Financial Aid Office at firstname.lastname@example.org if this applies to you.
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Electronic transcripts: Email to email@example.com
We only accept electronic transcripts if they come directly from the issuer or an authorized third party like Parchment or the National Student Clearinghouse. Do not forward your copies.
Your high school must fax, email, or mail your final official high school transcripts to us. Contact your former institution to find out how to order transcripts for any dual/concurrent enrollment courses. The Admission Office fax number is 970-247-7179.
Dual enrollment/concurrent enrollment credits: if you have earned college credits while in high school, you must request your official college transcript from that institution to be sent to us.
Contact your former institution(s) to find out how to order your transcripts.
Provide proof of vaccination against measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) or proof of exemption. We strongly recommend students also get vaccinated against meningitis.
Deadline: Before arriving on campus
Submit immunization requirements
This step is optional. You can waive your right to privacy of your student education records, so specific people, like family members, can access your student record information to help you with things like class registration.
Submit FERPA waiver
Upload a photo so your SkyCard is ready for you on move-in day at campus. You'll have immediate access to your student housing and your meal plan.
Get your SkyCard
Parking permits are required for all vehicles on campus.
Buy a parking permit
Save money and time and get your textbooks from the SkyStore, FLC's bookstore. Save up to 25% off the retail price by purchasing used textbooks, and around 50% if you rent them.
Order textbooks from the Skystore
If you don't already have the equipment you need for class, you can rent your required laptop or smartphone, download the software you need, and get trained on how to use it all.
Choose a payment option and other billing details that work best for you.
Student Billing and Cashiering
Orientation is required for all new students. You'll learn important information and participate in engaging experiences!
Learn about Orientation