Howard Hall (main floor)
10501 FGCU Boulevard South
Fort Myers, Florida
Now that you have successfully progressed through the application process and have received your letter of admittance, there are a few things you may still need to do to prepare yourself for enrollment at FGCU.
Look over the Accepting your Admission Decision page to make sure you have addressed everything before classes begin. Transfer students should also check out our Transfer Articulation information about how their credits will transfer to FGCU.
Eagle View Orientation is your first step to getting started at FGCU. At Orientation, you will have the opportunity to register for classes, get to know other new students, learn about academic requirements, and start getting acquainted with your new University! Visit the Eagle View Orientation website for more information on signing up for your Orientation. Be sure to sign up early!
The State University System of Florida requires all students born AFTER December 31, 1956 to present documented proof of immunity to MMRs, measles (Rubeola) and German Measles (Rubella). This written document must be signed by a physician, a nurse practitioner or a registered nurse and must be mailed, emailed, faxed, or delivered to Student Health Services. Phone calls from your physician are not acceptable. If you have questions, call the FGCU Student Health Services Immunization Department at (239) 590-1254 or visit their website for more information.
For students interested in living on campus, be sure to fill out the housing forms early. Visit the Office of Housing and Residence Life website for more information on deadlines and the housing application process.
Students may apply for financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the year they intend to enroll. Don’t forget to include Florida Gulf Coast University’s code on your completed FAFSA (032553). Visit the Office of Financial Aid website for more information regarding completing the FAFSA and priority deadlines for institutional scholarships, grants, and loans.
Students may also apply for tuition waivers and other scholarship opportunities available through the Undergraduate Admissions office. There are a number of different categories of awards. Visit the Admissions Scholarships & Waivers website for more information regarding the different options and application information.