The educational landscape today shifted from the traditional face-to-face classes to flexible learning due to Covid-19 pandemic. This study aimed to determine the level of readiness for online learning of the first year Engineering students of Sorsogon State University for school year 2020-2021. The descriptive-correlational method was utilized with 220 respondents involved in the said study. The findings showed that more than half of the students are male. Also, the majority of them have STEM academic strand and BSCE was the predominant program pursued. Similarly, the students agree that they have the computer skills, can learn independently, and have the academic skills. However, it was concluded that the profile of the students is independent of the level of readiness for online learning along computer skills, independent learning, dependent learning, need for online learning, and academic skills. This study recommends that the school administrators may consider training the faculty for flexible instruction and develop a learning management system to address the students’ readiness for online learning.