On campus, our total enrollment is around 3,500 students, with 3,000 of those students in our undergraduate programs. 60% of our students are from Florida and 36% are from out of state, and 4% are international so regardless of where you’re from, you’ll be meeting students from all over the world including from right here in (cheap pop). Our students come from nearly every state and 50 foreign countries.
Often, we are asked what a typical student is like and what it takes to become a Moc. Our students have a variety of backgrounds and interests, but one common thread is that they tend to be very involved, both on- and off-campus. They embrace the opportunity to interact with faculty and classmates, and they strive to make FSC a better place than when they arrived.
We are also recognized as a national historical landmark for being the largest single-site collection of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture.
Frank Lloyd Wright was hailed to be the greatest American-born architect and was known for his very innovative approach to architecture.
He designed most of the buildings on our campus in the 1930s and ’40s – you’ll definitely be able to pick them out when you visit FSC.
Hello! I’m Karla Reigosa and I am a Sr. Admissions Counselor at Florida Southern College that has the pleasure of working with students from Canada. I am originally from Miami, FL and am proud to now call Lakeland my home. I will never forget how difficult the college process was for me as a first generation college student. My parents had attended some university outside of the United States and it was just a totally different process. Being able to understand how that feels drives me to make sure I can help anyone going through this very important and slightly emotional process. The biggest reward is when I get to see those students walk across the stage for graduation.