Open registration for fall classes at Polk State College begins June 24.
Students currently enrolled at the College may register for the fall term through the College’s Passport.
Prospective new students should first submit an online application to the College. After doing so, they will be scheduled for an orientation session, during which they will register for their first classes.
A complete, step-by-step guide to the admission process is also available online. The guide provides students with information such as how to apply for financial aid, how to request transcripts, and when to schedule placement testing. The link also provides an online course catalog, which will help students in choosing and planning a course of study.
Priority registration for students who have completed at least 30 credits is under way.
Registration for dual-enrollment students — those who are taking college classes while still in high school — will begin July 1.
Fall classes begin Aug. 19 and end Dec. 11.
Polk State College, an open-access institution, was established in 1964, and serves more than 24,000 students annually. Its offerings include the Associate in Arts, which is parallel and fully transferrable to the State University System, and the Associate in Science, which is designed to lead directly to the workforce. The College also offers a Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management, Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, as well as a variety of continuing education and certificate programs. For more information, visit polk.edu.