How to Apply: Undergraduate

How to Apply: Undergraduate

Looking to pursue music, business, education, film, media or performing arts? You’re in the right place. Apply for Five Towns College online today and follow the steps below to ensure you have everything covered.

Applicants seeking admission to Five Towns College in Long Island, New York must complete the following items:

  1. The Undergraduate Admissions Application including a Personal Essay, Student Signature, and a Parent/Guardian Signature (If under 18).
  2. A $35 Application Fee (cash, check, money order or credit card). This fee will be waived if the application is submitted online. You are able to fill out the online application here.
  3. All High School and College Transcripts, sent directly from the academic institutions attended. The mailing address is Five Towns College, Admissions Office, 305 N. Service Road, Dix Hills, New York 11746-5871.
  4. SAT/ACT scores are optional.
  5. One Letter of Recommendation on official letterhead. Letters may be from your guidance counselor, teacher, member of the community or your employer. This letter should be scanned, emailed or faxed directly from this person to admissions@ftc.edu or (631) 656-3199.
  6. Music, Theatre, Film/Video and Interactive Computer Graphics students must satisfy program-specific audition/portfolio requirements to complete the application process. Download the Audition/Portfolio Requirements PDF for more information. Request an audition by contacting the Admissions Office at (631) 656-2110 or via email at admissions@ftc.edu.
  7. The Meningococcal Meningitis Vaccination Response Form should be submitted   and scanned, emailed or faxed directly to admissions@ftc.edu or (631) 656-3199.
  8. Documentation of all Immunization Records specifically showing proof of immunization for two (2) MMR Shots or two (2) Measles, one (1) Mumps and one (1) Rubella Shot or documentation of the medically diagnosed disease for Measles, Mumps, Rubella. If the applicant has received a vaccination for Meningitis, please include that as well. Fax, scan or email this to admissions@ftc.edu or (631) 656-3199. Further, the full provisions of NYS Public Health law 2165 are available here: Section 1 requirements and the stated exemptions are provided below:

Medical Exemption

If a licensed physician or nurse practitioner, or licensed midwife caring for a pregnant student certifies in writing that the student has a health condition which is a valid contraindication to receiving a specific vaccine, then a permanent or temporary (for resolvable conditions such as pregnancy) exemption may be granted. This statement must specify those immunizations which may be detrimental and the length of time they may be detrimental. Provisions need to be made to review records of temporarily exempted persons periodically to see if contraindications still exist. In the event of an outbreak, medically exempt individuals should be protected from exposure. This may include exclusion from classes or campus.

Religious Exemption

A student may be exempt from vaccination if, in the opinion of the institution, that student or student’s parent(s) or guardian of those less than 18 years old holds genuine and sincere religious beliefs which are contrary to the practice of immunization. The student requesting exemption may or may not be a member of an established religious organization. Requests for exemptions must be written and signed by the student if 18 years of age or older, or parent(s), or guardian if under the age of 18. The institution may require supporting documents. It is not required that a religious exemption statement be notarized. In the event of an outbreak, religious exempt individuals should be protected from exposure. This may include exclusion from classes or campus.

NOTE: Students that fall below our academic standards for admission may be required to take our entrance exam.

Hours

Monday – Thursday
8:30am – 5:00pm

Friday
8:30am – 4:30pm


631.656.2110

admissions@ftc.edu

The Admissions Office is located in room 505.

For questions, please call to speak with an admissions representative at 631.656.2110.