Welcome to Florida Memorial University

As a transfer student new to FMU, you are strongly encouraged to attend one of the FMU New Lion Orientation sessions on June 15 or July 13. The August Orientation/Registration is required of all new students.

Listed below are a few steps to complete to ensure a smooth, successful start at FMU:

  • Contact your Academic College for additional orientation requirements
  • Follow the class registration process and timeline outlined by your Academic College
  • Schedule a campus tour through the Department of Admissions
  • Obtain your official FMU identification card and register for WENS emergency alerts
  • Secure your parking with Campus Security
  • Register for Orientation
  • Secure housing and pay deposit
  • Complete New Student Next Steps (Step one, Step two, Step three information)

New FMU Lion Checklist

Make sure to complete the following as soon as possible:

1. All of the required enrollment forms based on your student classification (domestic, international, or graduate).

The following forms are required for undergraduates planning to reside on campus:

  • Health History & Authorization for Medical Treatment Form
  • Immunization Record Form
  • Housing Agreement Form
  • Vehicle Registration Form
  • Emergency Contact Information Form
  • Physical Examination Form

The following forms are required for ALL students:

  • Campus ID Form
  • Vehicle Registration Form
  • Emergency Contact Information Form

Transfer Requirements

  1. Submit $25.00 money order / cashier’s check with application (fee is nonrefundable)
  2. Forward official copies of all college transcripts to the Admissions office

Florida Memorial University accepts courses earned at other post-secondary institutions, provided that

  1. The grade earned in major courses, and core English, reading, and mathematics courses is a “C” or higher;
  2. The courses represent collegiate coursework relevant to the degree program being pursued at the institution;
  3. The course content, level of instruction and resulting competencies are equivalent to those of students enrolled at the institution; and
  4. All official transcripts are submitted to the institution.

A maximum of 90 credits total may be transferred to Florida Memorial University. The school’s dean and the Provost must approve all transfer credits used toward a degree. A minimum of 25% of the credit hours required for a student’s degree must be earned by instruction at Florida Memorial University.