10 STEPS for Admitted Transfer Students
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Step 1

 

 

Activate Your MyFAU Account:
We want to stay in touch! Visit https://myfau.fau.edu and activate your FAUNet ID and FAU email address. Once logged in, you may apply for housing, accept financial aid awards, review course offerings, register for classes, check your email, complete your statement of responsibilities and receive FAU alerts. Your FAU Net ID can be found at the bottom of your acceptance letter. The password will be the three lowercase letters "fau" followed by your birthday in MMDDYY format (fauMMDDYY).

>> Access MyFAU     

 

 

 

            

Step 2 Verify Personal Information:
View your acceptance letter and verify that your address, telephone number and email address are current. Also, check your residency status to ensure you will be charged the correct tuition rate. Make updates if necessary. www.fau.edu/admissions/Forms.php

>> Send Updates  

 

  

Step 3

  

Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships
Explore scholarship opportunities at FAU. The application is due March 1. To apply for financial aid, complete an online Free Application for Federal Student Aid at www.fafsa.ed.gov beginning January 1. The FAU priority deadline is March 1. For more information, visit the financial aid website at www.fau.edu/finaid or call 561-297-3530. For scholarship information visit www.fau.edu/admissions/scholarships-tran.php

>> Scholarships  

>> FAFSA  
Step 4

 

Apply for Housing and Meal Plans
If you will be living on campus, it is highly recommended that you apply for on-campus housing early. To apply, submit a housing contract and deposit to the Department of Housing and Residential Life. Students with less than 30 credits are required to live in University Housing (exceptions may apply-contact housing for details). Apply online at www.fau.edu/housing
>> Apply for Housing

 

 

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Submit Required Health Information
To comply with Florida Board of Governors Regulations, prior to registration, all students must submit a signed FAU Immunization Form and documented proof of immunizations to measles and rubella. In addition, all students must provide documentation of vaccinations against meningococcal meningitis and hepatitis B or provide a signed waiver for each declined vaccination. Students will not be allowed to register for classes until all documentation has been approved by the Student Health Services Immunization Office. For more information or to download the Immunization Form, visit www.fau.edu/shs.

>> Visit  SHS

 

 

 

 

 

Step 6

 

 

Submit Final Transcripts to FAU
Your acceptance to FAU is tentative based on the quality of your academic record at the time your file was reviewed. It is required that students submit all final transcripts before the first day of classes at FAU in order to avoid any registration holds. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions will make all final admission determinations based on your final high school and/or college transcripts. Submit final transcripts to: Florida Atlantic University, Office of Admissions, 777 Glades Road, P.O. Box 3091, Boca Raton, FL 33431-0991.

>> Review Application Status  

>> View holds in MyFAU

 

Step 7

 

 

Access Your Degree Audit
To access a copy of your degree audit visit the FAU Self-Service section on MyFAU. Click on Student Services>Student Records>View Degree Audit (DARS)>Submit an Audit>”Run Audit” button>View Submitted Audits>Click on your degree program. The audit is an unofficial evaluation of your record at this time. If you have any questions regarding your audit or courses not appearing on the audit, please bring these to the attention of your advisor during your meeting or orientation.

 

>> Access Your Degree Audit in MyFAU

 

 

Step 8

 

 

Register for Orientation
Orientation is designed to make the transition to Florida Atlantic University as smooth as possible for you and your family members. The mandatory program promotes student development and accountability, and will provide you with information needed for a successful transition to FAU. Orientation is offered over the summer months for students enrolling in the summer and fall semesters, it is offered in November for students enrolling in the spring semester. Visit www.fau.edu/orientation

  >> Visit the Orientation Office

 

 

 

Step 9 Take the Math Placement Test (ALEKS)
FAU has adopted a mandatory placement exam to determine math proficiency known as ALEKS. All entering transfer students with no prior college-level coursework in mathematics are required to take the ALEKS test. Visit www.fau.edu/mathplacement

  >> Visit Math Placement at FAU  

 

Step 10

 

Seek Advising
Group advisement sessions are offered for transfer students during the orientation program. All transfer students with fewer than 30 credit hours are advised through the Office of Academic Services. Check the appropriate college’s website for details regarding individual advising appointments.

  >> Visit Freshman Academic Advising Services

  >> Visit College's website 

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