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Admission & Registration Important Information

Use your email – When starting an application, use your own email and do not share accounts. Sharing accounts will delay the admission process, causing your application to be created under the other identity of the other person.

Important admission deadlines for summer 2016 term (For you to be considered for admission all application materials and supporting documents must be received by the dates below):

  • April 11 - Last day for International Admissions
  • May 20 - Last day to be admitted for first summer term (May 23 – June 23)
  • May 21 - Applications received on or after this day will be processed for the second summer term only
  • June 19 - Last day to apply on line for the second summer term. After this day you will need to apply in person at the Turley Student Services Center or at an off campus site.
  • June 24 - Last day to be admitted for second summer term (June 27- July 28)


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Financial Aid

Fairmont State University participates in all Federal Student Aid programs. For more information on deadlines,
scholarship opportunities, and our new Net Price Calculator, which will assist you in estimating your costs to attend Fairmont State, please visit Financial Aid.

FSU Federal Student Aid Code – 003812

Security & Fire Safety Report

The Clery Act mandates that all Title IV institutions, without exception, prepare, publish and distribute an Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. This report consists of three basic parts: disclosure of the University’s crime statistics for the past three years; disclosure of the University’s fire statistics for the past three years; and disclosures regarding the University’s current campus policies related to personal, property and fire safety.

You can obtain a hard copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety or by accessing