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Welcome to FLCC!

Preparing to Attend FLCC

Enrollment Checklist

Congratulations on your acceptance to FLCC! To officially enroll as an FLCC student, please complete the following steps:

Step 1: Activate your WebAdvisor account

WebAdvisor is an online portal that allows you to access all kinds of FLCC-related information. Through WebAdvisor, you’ll confirm your enrollment (Step 2), schedule testing and registration appointments (Step 4), check your financial aid status, print your class schedule, view your FLCC grades, and much more! Activate your WebAdvisor account now.

To create your WebAdvisor account:

  1. Visit WebAdvisor and click on "Guest Access"
  2. Click "Obtain My User ID and Password" in the left column under the "User Account" heading
  3. Enter your last name and FLCC ID number (found in your Acceptance Letter) or your Social Security number, and follow the steps to obtain your temporary password. Your temporary password will be emailed to you, but we recommend that you also write it down. (Don’t select AXP.FLCC.EDU as your email address.)

(If you are unable to establish your WebAdvisor account, contact the Computer Help Desk at 585.785.1419 OR the One Stop Center at 585.785.1000.)

Step 2: Let us know you’re coming

We need to know that you plan on attending FLCC so we can hold your spot in FLCC’s incoming class. If you do not complete this step by the deadline specified in your acceptance letter, you risk losing your place in your academic program, so confirm your enrollment now!

  1. Log in to your new WebAdvisor account using your temporary password.
  2. You will be prompted to create and confirm a new password. We recommend that you write down your new password for future use.
  3. Click the "Intent to Enroll" form. Confirm that you plan to enroll (register for classes) for the semester that you were accepted to FLCC by clicking on the appropriate response. Contact the Admissions Office by calling 585.785.1279 if you need assistance.

Step 3: Apply for Financial Aid

FLCC offers a wide range of financial aid options. If you intend to seek financial aid, you must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and New York State’s Tuition Assistance Program (TAP).  Be sure to list FLCC (College Code 007532) on the FAFSA application. Recommended filing deadline is March 15 for the Fall Semester and November 1 for the Spring Semester.  For helpful information about applying for financial aid, visit www.flcc.edu/aid or contact the One Stop Center by calling 585.785.1000.

Fill out the FAFSA now.

Apply for TAP now.

Note: Students interested in the Educational Opportunity Program can visit www.flcc.edu/eop for information about services, eligibility, and the application process.

Step 4: Schedule Testing and Registration Appointments

If you are a matriculated student or a non-matriculated student enrolling in a course with a pre-requisite, you are required to complete Basic Skills Placement testing. Based upon your test results, you will be placed into one or more courses in reading, writing, or mathematics. If you are entering our music and/or music recording technology degree programs, you must also take FLCC's music theory test.

To select a testing option and registration date:

  1. Log in to WebAdvisor at www.flcc.edu/webadvisor and enter your User ID and password.
  2. Click on "Future Students" and select "Sign Up for Testing and Registration" (under the Admissions Information heading).
  3. Check your "Intended Major" to make sure it is correct and follow the on-screen instructions to select your testing options (or check the appropriated exemption box). If this is NOT the major you intend to pursue, do not select a testing and registration date at this time.  Contact the One Stop Center at 585-785-1000 for help in changing your major.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions to select your testing option and registration date.

For more information about test subject matter and sample questions, visit www.flcc.edu/testing.
If you encounter difficulty scheduling your Testing and Registration appointments, contact the One Stop Center at 585.785.1000 for assistance.

Special Testing Accommodations

Basic Skills Placement Testing for students with disabilities is offered at FLCC’s Canandaigua campus. If you are a student with a learning disability, contact the Coordinator of Services to Students with a Learning Disability by calling 585.785.1390 to arrange an appointment. If you have a physical and/or psychological disability, contact the Coordinator for Services to Students with a Physical Disability by calling 585.785.1441.

For more information about test subject matter and sample questions, visit www.flcc.edu/testing.

If you encounter difficulty scheduling your Testing and Registration appointments, contact the One Stop Center at 585.785.1000 for assistance.

Step 5: Return your Certificate of Immunization

Finger Lakes Community College policy requires students attending the College to show proof of immunity against measles, mumps and rubella. Persons born before January 1, 1957 or taking only entirely online courses are exempt, if they do not intend to be on camus at any time. Please have your health care provider complete the Certificate of Immunization form Adobe Acrobat, PDF or submit a signed immunization record.

All students must read and complete a Meningitis Response. (To complete this step online, log into your WebAdvisor account and click "Future Students", then "Admissions Information", and then "Meningitis Response Form".)

For questions about Certificate of Immunization and Meningitis Response requirements, contact the Student Health Services Office at 585.785.1297.

Step 6: Tuition Payment/Certificate of Residence

Tuition

Tuition bills are electronic, and can be accessed through WebAdvisor. FLCC does not mail paper bills. A notification will be sent to your official FLCC student email (AXP) account when an e-bill is available for viewing.

Tuition can be paid with cash, check, VISA, Discover, MasterCard, or the NBS Monthly Payment Plan. FLCC contracts with NBS to provide you the option of paying your tuition in four equal installments. Learn more about the NBS Plan.

Financial aid can be used as a credit toward tuition costs if you have completed the financial aid process. If you are expecting to use financial aid to pay for all or part of your tuition bill and this does not appear as a credit on your statement, contact the FLCC Financial Aid Office by calling 585.785.1625.

View Tuition and Fee Billing Timeline

Certificate of Residence

In order to receive the lower tuition rate for New York State residents, the state requires that you submit a Certificate of Residence from your home county which shows that you have lived in New York State for a period of at least one (1) full year immediately prior to the first day of classes.

Learn more about how to obtain and submit your Certificate of Residence.

Contact the One Stop Center at 585.785.1000 with questions about the Certificate of Residence or payment of tuition and fees.

Step 7: Learn even more about housing, services, and activities at FLCC!

Housing Near FLCC

If you’re interested in housing , check out Finger Lakes College Suites, or a variety of other off-campus options.

Please note that, the housing application is separate from the admissions process, and that acceptance to Finger Lakes Community College does not include or secure housing accommodations.  For more information about housing options, contact the Office of Housing and Residential Life at 585.785.1643.

Online Learning

Learn more about services for FLCC online students, (such as purchasing textbooks, career services, and transfer services). Details about the SUNY Learning Network and establishing an Angel account can be found at http://flcc.sln.suny.edu.

Services for Students

Get details about Student Life, Academic Support Services, Honors Studies, Honors Societies, FLCC Campus Centers (Geneva, Wayne County, and Victor), Campus Safety, Dining options, and more!

New Student Orientation

Getting connected right from the start

FLCC is an exciting place to be! Whether you are taking just one class or a full course load, you will be part of a new community and culture. We hope you will take advantage of all we have to offer. To aid in your understanding of our offices and the services they provide, we will be hosting orientation programs at the beginning of both the Fall and Spring semesters.