At Florida Tech ...we always make it personal.

Receive custom brochures with information about your academic and extracurricular interests, including clubs and athletics.

U.S. Citizens/Residents will receive a series of personalized brochures that include ...

  • a personal introduction to Florida Tech.
  • an in-depth overview of your major and other academic opportunities.
  • a preview of your future career prospects and life after Florida Tech.
  • info on all the clubs, athletics, sports and student organizations that interest you.

Whether by email, by snail mail, online or in-person, each of Florida Tech's high tech with a human touch personal communications are designed to answer every question you might have about choosing a college ... about choosing Florida Tech.

  • Personal e-mails with news about ...
    • opportunities to visit the campus 
    • important deadlines 
    • valuable scholarships 
    • special incentives
    • and lots of information about your major.
  • Receive invitations to ...
    • Exploration Day
    • Discovery Day
    • Off-campus receptions 
  • Personal relationships with ...
    • your admission counselor
    • a financial aid counselor
    • current students
    • our outstanding faculty and helpful staff

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Personalized Brochures with information for U.S. residents.
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