Admission Checklist - FTC Florida Technical College

Admission Checklist

Admissions Office

At Florida Technical College, we care. We understand that pursuing a new career or advancement in your existing career is a big decision and takes time, effort, and commitment on your part. We feel strongly that the best decision is an informed decision and will work with you to provide you with all of the information you need about FTC and the programs we offer. Our college admissions representatives are professional and knowledgeable and will take the time to listen to your needs and goals. They can help you find the right program for you based on your interests and your career objectives. Your admissions representative will also assist you with the admissions process, helping you to understand the admissions requirements, procedures and deadlines, and will introduce you to our helpful financial aid staff. When you meet with one of our knowledgeable financial aid administrators, he or she will go over all of your financial options, including the Florida Technical College scholarships that are available to both new and returning students.

Admission Documents or Requirments

Our admissions requirements are here in the catalog:


1. Complete and sign the enrollment agreement.

2. Be a high school graduate or have a recognized equivalent preparation:

  • Proof of High School Graduation Applicants to the College will be required to provide verification of high school graduation (transcript, diploma, etc.) showing the date of graduation or the equivalency. For GED certificate students, only official test scores need to be provided when scores are required by the issuing state.
  • Proof of graduation (POG) from a foreign institution must be translated to English and certified to be at least equivalent to a United States secondary school by an agency that is a member of National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), Association of International Evaluators, Inc. (AICE), or American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO).
  •  Students who graduated from a high school located in the United States or its territories must provide acceptable proof of graduation (POG) to the College within 30 calendar days from the date the initial class starts. Students
    who have graduated from a high school located in a foreign country (outside the United States and its territories) must provide acceptable proof of graduation (POG) to the College before they can start classes. If POG is not
    received from the agency listed by the student on their transcript request within the required timeframe, the student’s enrollment will be cancelled. Scheduled breaks of at least five consecutive days are excluded from the
    total number of calendar days.
  • The College reserves the right to request POG at any time. In addition, students must attest to their high school credential by listing the school or agency on their Free Application for Federal Aid (FAFSA) each time they apply for financial aid. Students are advised that if, for any reason, the student is selected for verification by the U.S. Department of Education and the student is found to be ineligible for federal financial aid, as a result of their high school credential the student will be immediately dismissed from the College.
  • If documentation is found to be false, untrue, or invalid, the student will be subject to immediate dismissal from the College, all credits earned will be invalidated, and all Title IV financial aid along with any state or institutional
    financial aid that was disbursed on the student’s behalf must be returned to the appropriate source and the student will be responsible for payment to the college for any and all monies refunded.
  • Applicants for the programs with externship components must be at least 18 years old.

Enrollment Process

Among the alternatives available to carry out your enrollment process are the following:

  • You can call (admissions office number) and one of our Admissions Department Officers will guide you through the process and available alternatives.
  • You can send us an email with your contact information and program of interest to (admissions email), and one of our Admissions Officers will contact you.
  • By providing your contact information through any of the communication channels, our Admissions team will contact you to start the orientation process.

Financial aid if you qualify

The institution has access to various national and federal financial aid available to students, aid for veterans and the military, as well as an institutional scholarship program from our foundation. From the financial aid department, we can help you identify and apply for the aid that you qualify for. Access the Financial Aid section to learn more.


Transfer students must request an Official Credit Transcript from the Institution from which it comes, which must be officially requested so that it arrives directly at the NUC University Registration Office at Florida Technical College.

Admission Offices Directory

Business Unit



City / State


Campus Phone

Florida Technical College


1199 S. Woodland Blvd.

Deland / FL


Florida Technical College


3831 West Vine St

Kissimmee / FL


Florida Technical College


4715 S. Florida Avenue, Ste. 4

Lakeland / FL


Florida Technical College


12900 Challenger Parkway

Orlando / FL


Florida Technical College

Pembroke Pines

12520 Pines Blvd.

Pembroke Pines / FL


Florida Technical College

South Miami

20505 South Dixie Hwy.

Cutler Bay / FL


Florida Technical College


1111 N. Westshore Blvd., Ste. 200

Tampa / FL