Undergraduate Application Requirements
FDU's application process
We encourage you to apply early in your senior year of high school. This is especially important to ensure space in some of our more popular programs which fill quickly.
Standardized test scores are optional for students with a 3.3 GPA (on a 4.0 scale) or higher, or 88 numerical average or higher except for applicants to nursing, pharmacy, and education (QUEST program). If your GPA is below 3.3, standardized test scores are required.
You will be evaluated based on self-reported GPAs as stated on the application for admission. Official high school transcripts are required before the start of the Fall semester.
We recommend that your academic background include the following:
- 4 units of English
- 2 units of history
- 3 units of science (2 units of laboratory science minimum)
- 3 units of college prep mathematics (such as Algebra I and II, and geometry)
- 2 units of foreign language
- 4 units of electives (at least 3 of which should be academic in nature)
- We encourage you to apply early in your senior year of high school. This is especially important to ensure space in some of our more popular programs which fill quickly.
- November 15. Deadline for Early Decision applicants.
- January 15. Deadline to receive priority consideration for scholarships and grants.
- February 15. Deadline to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- March 1. Deadline for fall admission.
- May 1. Deadline to guarantee campus housing.
Freshman applying via The Common Application during the month of April 2019, please contact the Office of Admissions to receive instructions about your application fee waiver:
For Florham Campus Joanne Chirico 973-443-8900
For Metropolitan Campus Johanna Ordonez 201-692-7308