Why choose FAU Broward Campuses?
If you had to build a new kind of university – one that anticipates the needs of an ever changing community- FAU would be your blueprint. FAU’s focus on teaching, research and community partnerships makes for a rich learning environment for its more than 30,000 students. Because of FAU’s unique structure of partner campuses distributed through Florida’s southeast coast, you have access to the resources of a major public university with the personal attention and academic rigor of a smaller institution.
If you live in Broward or Miami-Dade county, we are your student services center. FAU Broward campuses (Davie, Fort Lauderdale, and Dania Beach) offer several paths for undergraduate and graduate students. If you are interested in applying for upper-level courses in our undergraduate programs or joining FAU graduate programs, contact us. Admission requirements and transfer credits can be discussed and reviewed by FAU Broward Admissions personnel.
There are unique requirements for different types of students. The following will provide you with links and information about them:
If you are attending college for the first time, you will be considered a freshman for admissions and registration purposes. Freshmen students applying to FAU must attend the Boca Raton campus. For freshmen admission requirements click here.
The International Freshman student application process is different. For specific information click here.
If you have enrolled in a college or university after high school, you are considered a transfer student. Through agreements with Florida’s 28 community and state colleges, you can transfer to FAU to complete your undergraduate studies. If you are coming from another accredited university, you should contact the Office of Admissions to see how your credits will transfer.
The Broward Campuses are part of FAU’s transfer campuses. That means we offer only upper division courses (junior and senior level) of the bachelor’s degree and a variety of graduate programs.
FAU Broward welcomes applicants who have earned an Associate’s Degree or have completed 60 or more semester hours of credit in college level work at a regionally accredited college or university.
If you already have a Bachelor’s Degree and would like to pursue your Masters, Doctorate or Professional degree visit the Graduate College Admissions page.