From our top-ranked research program to over 190 degree programs, FIU offers a world of possibilities to students from all parts of the globe. We’re honored you’re considering FIU for the next step in your education. Join over 58,000 Panthers – and 260,000 alumni – who chose FIU.
You are a 9th, 10th or 11th grade student planning for college or interested in becoming a dual enrollment student.
First Year Student
You are a high school senior, you’ve earned fewer than 12 college credits and you’re attending college for the first time.
You are applying to FIU having earned your AA, 12 or more college credits, or military credits.
You want to attend a Florida public or community college to earn an AA degree and transfer to FIU within 2-3 years.
You have or are about to complete a bachelor’s degree or higher and want to earn a master’s, doctoral, specialist degree or graduate certificate.
You were previously enrolled at FIU as an undergraduate student and want to finish your degree.
You want to take college courses from FIU towards a degree at another university or simply for the love of learning.
You are non-U.S. citizen seeking an undergraduate or graduate degree.
Natural Disaster or Emergency Event
Reach out to an FIU admissions counselor if you have been impacted by an emergency event or other circumstances beyond your control. We will do our best to keep you on the path to higher education.
Check Application Status
Starting an application creates your MyFIU account. You will need your FIU Panther ID to log into your account. Please allow 2-3 business days to view your application status. Remember your login and check the dashboard for updates.
For undergraduate students only
After you officially submit your application, changes to your term of entry (this change will only be considered if you are not yet admitted or a transfer student) , major, or contact information can be applied using the form below. Students requesting to move their enrollment to a later term must submit this form. Changes to GPA or test scores must be submitted through the appeals process.
Application decisions are usually made a week after all documents (transcripts, residency documentation, test scores, etc.) are submitted. While waiting for your application decision, find out what comes next.