Welcome! We’re glad you’re interested in FSU!
Applying to Frostburg State University is easy! Here, you’ll find everything you need to get started on your application. If you have any questions or if there’s anything you need, our admissions counselors and the Office of Admissions are always happy to help: email FSUAdmissions@frostburg.edu or call 301.687.4201.
FSU’s Admission Standards
Frostburg State looks for students prepared to join in the life of an intellectual community. First-year students are evaluated by their high school transcript, performance on the SAT/ACT, and optional letters of recommendation and essay.
- What counts as a college preparatory program in high school?
- 4 units of English
- 3 units of social science / history
- 3 units of biological and physical science in at least two different subject areas. Two of the units must include a laboratory experience.
- 4 units of mathematics. Math coursework must include Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. Students who complete Algebra II prior to their final year must complete the four-year mathematics requirement by taking a course or courses that utilize non-trivial algebra.
- 2 units of a foreign language or, in Maryland, 2 units of advanced technology
FSU accepts applications on a rolling basis, starting on September 15 and continuing until there is no further space for students.
Freshman Admission for Spring Semester
FSU welcomes freshmen who wish to start in the spring semester. Applications are encouraged by December 1.
- 1. Complete an Application for Admission and submit your application fee.
- You can apply online or download and print a paper copy of the application.
- You can pay your one-time $45 application fee after completing the online application, by credit card or through electronic funds transfer online or with a check or money order (make payable to Frostburg State University). Do not send cash.
- If you pay with a check or money order, please include the Application Fee Transmittal Form. The form can be found in the paper application and at the end of the online application.
- A fee waiver may be provided through your high school if you qualify.
- 2. Send your official academic transcript.
Ask your high school guidance counselor to send an official transcript to Frostburg State University’s Admissions Office. FSU accepts electronic transcripts through several vendors and also accepts paper transcripts sent through the mail.
If you earned a General Equivalency Diploma (GED), send your score report and an official transcript for the last year you completed in school.
- 3. Send your official SAT/ACT test scores.
The SAT code for FSU is 5402. The ACT code for FSU is 1714.
Optional Application Items
- A one-page essay. Click here for essay guidelines.
- One to three letters of recommendation.
Start your online Application for Admission
Download a printable application
Update a Current Application
Need a hand keeping track of everything? We’ve created a Senior Year Checklist to help you stay on top of your FSU application
Office of Admissions
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD 21532-2303
At first, I was interested in Frostburg for my academic major, but it was when I visited campus that I knew this was the school for me. I loved the community feel and the positive atmosphere here at Frostburg. Everyone that I met on my visit to the school was so nice and welcoming, which really set the bar high for other schools.
Weekday Campus Visit Request Form
Your campus visit will include a presentation by admissions staff with an opportunity for you to ask questions one-on-one after your tour. The campus visit also includes an hour long walking tour of the campus. Weekday tours are offered Monday through Friday.
11:15 am – check in with the Admissions Office, Pullen Hall Room 114
11:30 am – information session for prospective students and families hosted by an admissions counselor
12:00 pm – walking campus tour with a Bobcat Ambassador student guide
Complete the following form to schedule a campus visit. Please schedule visits online at least one week in advance.If it is less than a week, call the Office of Admissions at 301-687-4201 to schedule a visit.
If you are interested in scheduling a meeting with a professor, coach, or another faculty/staff member on campus, please notify us so that we may arrange your appointment before your visit.
Please note that appointments are pending until you receive confirmation. Confirmations will be sent to the email address you provide.
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