General Admissions Eligibility Criteria

  1. Individuals under the age of 18 with a significant disciplinary criminal record may be excluded from admission at the discretion of College Administration.

  2. Pursuant to §1001.64(8)(a), F.S., the College may consider the past actions of any individual applying for admission or enrollment. The College may deny admission or enrollment to an individual because of misconduct if determined to be in the best interest of the College. An individual designated as a sexual predator by any court will not be admitted to or enrolled with the College. An individual identified as a sexual offender by any court may be considered for admission or enrollment using procedures established by the administration.

  3. Students who have been declared a sexual predator or sexual offender admitted prior to the adoption of this Rule and are in continuous enrollment may continue their education. Those admitted will be allowed on a College campus only as may be required to complete a program of study at the College.

  4. Selective Admissions: Some associate degree, baccalaureate degree and technical certificate programs have additional admissions requirements as established by the College administration, State Statute or State Board of Education rule. Admission requirements for all Selective Admission programs will be published on the program curriculum pages of the College’s catalog.