New applicants for Summer 2013 (May-August) should take into consideration the following important information and dates. The Summer 2013 semester at FSU Panama consists of two sessions: SESSION 1 (May 13th -August 2nd 12 weeks), SESSION 2 (May 27th – August 2nd 10 weeks).
The application process is open now and will close on May 3rd. It is important to submit your application before that date in order to insure that it gets processed in a timely manner. Transient Students should take a look at the specific information for transients below.
The next TOEFL exam is offered on the following date: April 27th
Math Placement and Orientation for New Students.
The Math Placement determines students’ placement in the area of math, and is mandatory before a student can take any math classes.
The New Student Orientation is also mandatory and provides new students with an overview of the university’s major policies, programs, registration process and other related issues.
SUMMER 2013 (both sessions) Math Placement and New Student Orientation: Monday, May 6th , @9:30 a.m.
Application and Supporting Documents
Applicants should submit the following:
* Please note that letters of recommendation are not required and will not be used in the decision-making process.
Registration for New Students: May 7th – May 10th
SESSION 1 (12 weeks) May 13th – August 2nd
SESSION 2 (10 weeks) May 27th – August 2nd
TRANSIENT STUDENTS (students who attend another college and would like to take classes at FSU Panama for one semester only)
Students from other colleges who would like to take classes in FSU Panama for the Summer 2013, should submit a Transient Student Application form along with unofficial transcripts from their parent institution, or a letter of good standing. Transient students should be in good standing with their institution, and have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale). Transients who have taken classes with us before will still need to send a transient application form and a copy of their updated college transcript. For additional questions regarding this process, please contact the Office of Admissions and Records: 317 0367.