decision-making and planning. For assistance in identifying and achieving career
and educational goals, contact Advising
Services at 305/809-3196 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
New students should apply for admission in advance of registration, if possible.
The registration process works on a first-come, first served basis. For the best
selection of class sections and times, you should plan to register as early as
possible. All degree seeking students should consult with their counselor or
program advisor prior to registering in order to secure a signature on their course
request forms. Middle and Upper Keys residents can contact their local center for
information and assistance in these procedures. Registration is available online for
returning students or for students that have an application for admission on file.
Call the Office of Enrollment Services at (305) 809-3188 for information.
CHANGE OF NAME/ADDRESS
Notifications regarding change of address and change of name should be filed
promptly in the Office of Enrollment Services. Students can find the appropriate
forms online at
Each term the Student Advisement and Engagement staff conducts an orientation
program to help new students adjust quickly to the challenges and rewards of
college life. Through the orientation program students learn about the campus,
its many facilities and services. Orientation provides students with information
about important college policies, procedures, and academic programs, as well as
information about registering for classes. Students get a chance to meet other
new students and to ask questions. All new first-time-in-college students that
are degree seeking must participate in a New Student Orientation within their
first semester of enrollment. New students are strongly encouraged to avail
themselves of the information and resources given at orientation. Students unable
to attend on-campus orientation may access the orientation program online at
Students may contact Student Advisement and Engagement at
for more information. Middle Keys Center students should contact
and Upper Keys Center students should contact 305-852-8007.
National Testing Program
FKCC serves as a center for the administration of specialized tests such as the
Graduate Record Exam (GRE), the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), the
American College Testing Program (ACT), the Law School Admission Test (LSAT),
DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST’s), and the Allied Health Profession
Admission Test (AHPAT). Information and registration bulletins are available
through the Testing Office located in Student Advisement and Engagement.