Admissions
Admissions
ADMISSIONS

St. Johns River State College maintains an "open door" admission policy. Applicants are considered on the basis of their qualifications without regard to race, ethnicity, color, national origin, marital status, religion, age, gender, genetic information, or disability. State Law establishes certain minimum requirements for admission to college credit academic courses. These requirements ensure, as far as possible, that students will be successful in their academic work.

In addition, the College conforms to the regulations of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) for maintaining and protecting student records.

Applicants enrolling in Lower Level College Credit courses, Post Adult Secondary Vocational (PSAV), and Baccalaureate courses must:

1. Admissions Policies

2. Follow the Admissions Procedures

3. Apply to St. Johns River State College
  • Last day to Apply for the Summer term:
    • Session 1 & 2 - April 27
    • Session 3 - June 19

  • All new students must attend orientation before registering.
    The last day to register for Summer term credit courses:
    • Session 1 & 2 - May 6 (classes begin May 7)
    • Session 3 - June 24 (classes begin June 25)

ADMISSIONS CLASSIFICATIONS
The two classification are College Credit and Non-Credit. Here is a list of programs associated with each classification.

COLLEGE CREDIT

A.A. Degree
A.S. Degrees
B.S./B.A.S. Degrees
College Credit Certificates

Limited Access Programs
    Dual Enrollment
    Educator Preparation Institute
    Emergency Medical Technician
    Florida School of the Arts
    Health Information Technology
    Nursing
    Radiologic Technology
    Respiratory Care
NON-CREDIT

Vocational Certificates (PSAV)
    Nursing Assistant
    Phlebotomist

    Limited Access (PSAV) Programs
        Corrections Officer
        Corrections Officer - Crossover
        Law Enforcement Officer
        Law Enforcement Officer - Crossover

Adult Education
Child Care Training
Continuing Education


Applicants seeking to enroll in:
Continuing & Community Education courses
Adult Education/GED
Child Care Training
Please contact the department for additional information