Bachelor's Enrollment at Eastern Florida State College

EFSC offers Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degrees in sixteen specializations in the fields of Organizational Management, Applied Health Sciences and Computer Information Systems Technology. The College also has an online Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree (RN to BSN).

The BAS degrees are designed for students who already hold an Associate's degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution, including recent graduates and those with experience in the work force. The RN to BSN is for Registered Nurses who have already earned their Associate in Science degree in Nursing (ASN) who want to build on their skills and expand beyond the field's clinical aspect.

Follow the steps below as you plan your bachelor's program — and remember once you get through Step 2, you can take care of many of the next steps simultaneously to keep the process moving forward.

Steps to Enrollment

Step 2:  Apply for Admission and provide proof of residency

Bachelor of Applied Science Programs: Apply for Fall, Spring and Summer Term Program Start  following the College's Priority Admission Deadlines

RN to BSN:
2018-19 RN to BSN Application Deadlines:
July 1 to September 30 for Spring Term 2019
November 1 to February 10, 2019 for Summer Term 2019
February 25, 2019 to May 16, 2019 for Fall 2019

Apply Online: Students who wish to apply for any Bachelor's Degree program must do so using EFSC's Online Application for Admission.

International students will follow the steps found on the International Student site.

RN to BSN applicants must provide the license number and expiration date for their active, clear, unencumbered Florida Registered Nursing License when completing EFSC's online application. Learn more about RN to BSN application requirements.

You can pay the one-time, non-refundable $30 application fee online by credit card or in person by cash or check. If paying in person, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to pay the fee by cash or check at a Campus Cashiers office.

Upon completion of your paid application, you will need to complete a residency declaration and provide supporting documentation. The Florida Residency Guidelines, will walk you through the process and provide a listing of state approved documents. Non-Florida residents must also complete the declaration. Submit completed declaration and supporting documentation to your nearest EFSC campus.

Campus admission office addresses are on the Residency Information sheet and on our main admissions contact page.

Please note that EFSC was closed March 15, 2019 - March 24, 2019 for Spring Break. Applications submitted now and during the break are being processed in the order they were received and application processing time may take up to 10 business days. Check your email frequently for your acceptance letter.

Step 3:  Request all your final, official college transcripts

Submission of all final, official college transcript(s) indicating the coursework taken and the degree(s) awarded are required. A transcript with courses in progress is not considered a final transcript.

Note: An official high school transcript is required only if the transcript is being used to document completion of two consecutive years of one foreign language.

In completing your application, you identified your primary campus. Your primary campus is the campus where you will submit all required admissions documents.

Step 4:  Apply for Financial Aid

You should start the process of applying for financial aid as early as possible. There is no need to wait until you are accepted to the college. Just release the information to us and we can start a file. Our Title IV Code is 001470.

Every student should apply because the only way to find out if you’re eligible is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Explore the Financial Aid section of our site for more information about financial aid and scholarships — and the steps for applying. Most scholarship applications require a current FAFSA to be on file. Returning students please remember, you must reapply each year.

Step 5:  Complete orientation and meet with a Bachelor's Degree Advisor

Once you're accepted into your BAS specialization of choice, you must complete a Bachelor's Orientation and meet with a BAS Advisor prior to registering for your first semester of classes. BAS Orientation ensures that you understand the policies and processes related to the BAS specializations. At the BAS advising session, you will review a personalized course plan to aid in registration. After your initial advising session is complete, you may register online via TitanWeb for all future semesters if you wish. Registration holds are placed on all accepted BAS student records until orientation and advising are completed.

If you have been accepted into an EFSC Bachelor's program you can complete these two requirements in the following way:

Complete online orientation and schedule a separate BAS advising appointment.

•  Access online orientation through the myEFSC Portal with your B-Number and PIN. Once logged in, click the Student Orientation/Titan Preview icon to begin the orientation.

To schedule your advising appointment please use the Online Advising Appointment System

IMPORTANT: Students must be officially accepted into a BAS program in order to have access to the online orientation option. It is NOT a step that can be completed prior to your acceptance. If you wish to register during your visit with a BAS Advisor, please complete the online orientation prior to your scheduled appointment time.

Step 6:  Register for classes, pay your fees, get your Student ID card, parking decal & books

  • Explore the EFSC Class Schedule for current course offerings. Students admitted into the Bachelor's of Applied Science program must meet with the Bachelor's Degree Student Development Specialist to register for classes in-person.
  • Visit the Tuition & Fees sections for information on paying fees.
  • Student ID cards are available at any EFSC Campus Security Office for free by presenting your class registration and a photo ID. This ID also will be your library card and replacing a lost card costs $10.
  • A Student Parking Permit is $40, plus tax – and involves a two-step process to generate a temporary permit online and then pick up the permit at your campus security office.
  • Bookstores are located on all four campuses. At least 30 days prior to the first day of class for each term, EFSC posts a list of each textbook required for each course offered at the institution during the upcoming term. You can find the list at the bookstore website's "Find Textbooks" page, which will include the International Standard Book Number (ISBN) for each required textbook or other identifying information, the title, all authors listed, publishers, edition number, copyright date and published date. Check with Financial Aid about help paying for books and check the Book Allowance availability schedule.