1. Submit your Deposit
In order to accept your admission and reserve your space, you must submit a $200 non-refundable tuition deposit by the deadline. Your deposit is a pre-payment towards your tuition and reserves your space at FIU for one year. Your deposit MUST be submitted before signing up for orientation.
(June 17, 2019)
(Aug. 26, 2019)
(January 7, 2019)
(May 6, 2019)
(June 17, 2019)
(August 26, 2019)
For more deadlines see the Academic Calendar.
2. Sign Up for Orientation
Orientation is mandatory for all FIU students. It's where you'll meet your advisor, register for classes and learn about your life at FIU. Choose your date on MyFIU or learn more from the links below. Visit Orientation & Family Programs to learn more.
3. Apply for Financial Aid
Once you’ve confirmed your admission, you can set up your account on the FIU Scholarship Search. Visit Scholarships to find out more.
If you haven’t already, fill out your FAFSA application (Code: 009635). If you are starting classes in Early Fall (Summer B) you must submit 2 FAFSA applications: one for Early Fall (which is considered the prior academic year) and another for the upcoming academic year. Forms and other instructions can be found at OneStop.
4. Update Your Admissions File
Missing documents on your admissions file could result in a hold which will prevent you from enrolling in classes. Send any documents still pending on your file. Here are common documents that will result in a hold:
- Transcripts: If you were still taking courses (in high school, dual enrollment or college) when you applied to FIU, submit your final transcript, tests scores and proof of graduation. Submit Transcripts.
- Residency documents: If you are seeking in-state tuition you must submit either your proof of residency or a tuition waiver. Learn how to establish residency.
5. Submit Your Immunizations Record
FIU requires all students (non-degree seeking included) comply with the immunization policy regulations from the Florida Board of Governors. Not submitting these forms can also result in a hold. Submit your record by mail, email, fax or by delivering it yourself to the Student Health Services at your orientation. For more information, visit Student Health Services.