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HBCU Excellence

Founded on October 3, 1887, Florida A&M University is the highest-ranked public HBCU in the U.S. according to News & World's Report's list of national public universities. Learn more about what program may help you excel and accomplish your dreams. 
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What type of student are you?

What Kind of Student Are You?

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1. Freshman

You're a junior or senior in high school with your sights set on going to FAMU. 3.00 GPA
REQUIREMENTS
Transfer Student

2. Transfer

You've earned twelve transferable semester college credits and you're ready to take your academic career to the next level!2.50 GPA
REQUIREMENTS
International Student

3. International

You're a Non-US citizen seeking an undergraduate degree.Good Academic Standing
REQUIREMENTS
Returning Student

4. Returning

Did you take a break for two or more consecutive semesters? Are you ready to get back in the swing of things? This option is for you! Good Academic Standing
REQUIREMENTS
Graduate Student

5. Graduate

You've already earned a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university and you're looking for a challenging next step.3.00 GPA
REQUIREMENTS
Law Student

6. Law

You have a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and you're ready to hit the classroom running.Average GPA: 3.07
REQUIREMENTS

 

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HOW TO APPLY

We're thrilled that you're applying to Florida A&M University! We offer 54 bachelor's degrees, 29 master's degrees, three professional degrees, and twelve doctoral degrees. Find one that helps you accomplish your goals.

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Don't Forget To:

  • Submit all official high school and/or college/university transcript(s)
  • Submit official scores for the Redesigned SAT (code: 5215 or ACT (code: 0726), if applicable
  • Submit official GED transcript or TOEFL/IELTS score, if applicable

 


 

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Career Planning

Career Planning Requirement

During their first academic year of enrollment in a Florida public institution in fall 2022 and thereafter, all undergraduate students must meet the university’s established career planning procedures.  Undergraduate students include degree-seeking first-time-in-college students, transfer students, or readmitted students and include full-time and part-time students. 

The procedures will require students to do the following during their first year of enrollment.

  • Register with the university’s career center.
  • Complete a career readiness training module provided by the career center.
  • Be directed to the State University System dashboard that presents financial data by academic disciplines of graduates as well as the percentage of graduates who have continued their education beyond the baccalaureate level.
    www.myfloridafuture.org
  • Affirmatively indicate that students have been provided with the information required (registration with the career center, career readiness training module, directed to the dashboard) and wage prospects for their declared major.

FAMU Students Must:

Visit the Canvas Community for Career and Professional Development Center at famu.instructure.com during their first semester of enrollment.

 

Academic Resources

 

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Contact Us

Undergraduate Admissions
1735 Wahnish Way, Suite 207, Tallahassee, FL 32310
P: (850) 599-3796, F: (850) 412-6604
E: ugrdadmissions@famu.edu

Graduate Studies
515 Orr Drive, Room 469 Tucker Hall, Tallahassee, FL 32307
P: (850) 599-3505, F: (850) 599-3727
E: gradstudies@famu.edu

College of Law
201 Beggs Avenue, Orlando, FL, 32801
P: (407) 254-3268, F: (407) 254-2450
E: famulaw.admissions@famu.edu