You've done a lot of work to get this far, and you're almost here. Use the reference below to guide your next steps. This is roughly the order we suggest, though you may take many of these steps concurrently.
You may also wish to bookmark this page, or download a printable checklist.
We encourage you to confirm enrollment as early as possible. This will give you the most time to prepare.
Target completion dates:
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year to apply for financial aid at Fort Lewis College. The FAFSA is available each year beginning October 1 for the following academic year. You should plan to submit your FAFSA by November 15 for full consideration for aid although it does remain open all year.
Target completion date: As soon as possible
Apply for financial aid
The online application for student housing opens each year on January 15 for the following fall term. Apply for housing by May 1 and you have the option of choosing your own room. After May 1, rooms selections are made on a first come, first served basis.
Target completion date: April 1, 2020
Apply for housing
To register for classes, you start by taking the brief online course, Advising 101, and then scheduling an appointment (phone or in-person) with an advisor. Check your FLC email for an invitation to Advising 101. Fall registration opens on May 1 and classes can fill.
Target completion date: Soon after May 1, 2020
After completing Advising 101 Make advising appointment
Submit your final academic transcripts to FLC before the start of your first semester.
Target completion date: July 1, 2020
You'll need to submit proof of immunization by the start of your first semester.
Complete immunization requirements
Upload a photo to get your SkyCard without waiting in line. When you upload a photo and get your SkyCard before arrival, you'll have immediate access to your student housing and your meal plan.
Target completion date: August 22
Get your student ID
Get more information and get psyched for Orientation.
Go to Orientation