NOTE: Admission to FSU-LEAP is by invitation only from the FSU Office of Admissions. If you are invited to participate, please make sure you take care of each of the following items:
- Return your signed 2019 FSU LEAP Scholars Contract sent from the Office of Admissions. This will reserve your space.
- Register for First Steps (freshman orientation). Remember that all FSU LEAP students must come to First Steps in either May or June before FSU LEAP begins. At First Steps, you will take your placement test and register for courses.
First Steps Dates
First Steps Registration
Admitted students have several ways to register for First Steps.
- Sign-in to BroncoVille, the online enrollment portal, where you can accept or decline the offer of admission and register for First Steps. You will need your Banner ID, which you can find on your letter of acceptance.
- You will receive periodic e-mails with the subject heading "First Steps Invitation." These messages will include links to the registration sites for each date. To register for First Steps, you can click on the link in your e-mail invitation.
If you have been admitted and have not received a First Steps Invitation, or if you have questions, contact University College at 910.672.1251. For more information about First Steps, visit the First Steps pre-Vu pages.
- Return your completed Medical History and Immunizations Record to Student Health Services. You do not need a full physical unless you play a sport, are in marching band, are a cheerleader, or participate in a similar activity.
- Fill out your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to complete your Financial Aid process. FSU-LEAP is paid for, but you may need Financial Aid for the rest of your college education!
In order to be considered for a financial aid award and register for courses at FSU for the Fall semester, you must complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
- You and your parent are required to use an FSU ID to access the FAFSA website. Your FSA ID is used to confirm your identity when assessing your financial aid information and electronically signing your federal student aid documents.