Take the time to review the following list of the important information you will need to submit prior to your enrollment. Any questions regarding the submission of the information can be directed to your admissions counselor in the Office of Admissions.
Follow these steps:
Pay your enrollment deposit.
Students who have been admitted to the University of Findlay are encouraged to submit their $100 enrollment deposit to ensure a spot in next year’s incoming class. Your deposit is credited back to your Findlay student account and will go towards your tuition costs once you enroll. Your enrollment deposit is refundable until May 1.
- Create your UFnet account.
Your University of Findlay Network Account (UFnet Account) will give you access to a variety of campus resources such as email, Canvas, the student Intranet and access to our wireless campus network. You will need your UF I.D. number to complete the form.
Schedule a visit.
Students with their parents, family members and support networks are all invited to spend a day immersed in the University of Findlay! Your visit experience will include learning more about being a student at Findlay!
Contact your admissions counselor to get the link to our housing portal, where you will find all necessary forms for both residential and commuting students.
Download the Oiler Mobile App.
Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
- Findlay’s school code: 003045
Sign up for a New Student Registration date.
New Student Registration is a one-day event in which new students will register for classes.
All first-time freshman and transfer students must attend one registration date.
Confirm your major with your admissions counselor.
Ideally, you will want to know your major prior to your New Student Registration date so that you can be placed with the appropriate faculty advisor who will schedule your courses. Be sure to confirm your major with your admissions counselor.
Send your final official high school transcript (if you are a first-time freshman).
You will need to submit a final official high school transcript to the Office of Admissions verifying your graduation. Or official transcripts from all other universities that you have taken classes at (if you are a transfer student or have participated in a College Credit Plus program).
- #OilerNationBound Podcast.
This is a must listen podcast for all incoming students. Get all the advice upperclassmen wish they had before their first year. These episodes will give advice on a variety of topics from what to bring to transitioning from high school to college life. Subscribe and download the latest episode on Spotify, on the web at WLFC 88.3
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