Students who previously attended a college or university and wish to complete a degree or certificate program at PSC
Admissions Checklist for Transfer students
1. Apply for admission
Complete the college application online or submit an application to any campus location.
For more information on residency guidelines and a list of acceptable documentation, click here.
Pay the $30 application fee.
Applicants who provide an email address when applying online to PSC will receive an immediate email from the College. Once the application fee is paid (online, mail, or in-person), you will receive an acceptance letter.
2. Activate your Spyglass and Pirate Mail
Login to your Spyglass account to access your student records, register and pay for classes, check your financial aid status, and more.
Pirate Mail is the official method of communication used by college administration and faculty and it is your responsibility to check your college email regularly.
3. Submit transcripts
Submit official high school transcripts or GED(The Admissions/Records Office will request high school transcripts for students who graduated from a Florida public high school.)
Submit current official college transcripts from every university attended. All high school or GED transcripts and college transcripts must be received and evaluated before financial aid will be awarded.
Students who attended high school and/or colleges outside the United States may use approved translation services, if necessary.
Click here to view short videos on all aspects of financial aid.
Check the status of your Student Aid Report.
Check your Spyglass and Pirate Mail accounts frequently for financial aid notifications and award information. All transcripts must be received and evaluated before aid will be awarded. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you have questions.
5. Submit test scores
Transfer students with prior college level coursework in English/Math (grade of C or better) may register without testing. Meet with an advisor to review your coursework.
Completion of entry-level placement testing is required for transfer students who do not have prior coursework in English/Math, current test scores, or cannot show proof of exemption.
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