The first step is to apply for admission. It takes about 10 minutes. Self report your academic record to get conditionally accepted within 3-days. For priority consideration, please begin the application process as early as possible. To ensure full consideration for financial aid opportunities, refer to the financial aid priority dates.
The first step is to apply for admission. Applying for admission at Finlandia University is free. Self report your academic record to get conditionally accepted within 3-days. We’d suggest sitting down at a computer, laptop or tablet, but you can also do it on your cell phone in a pinch.
If you have any questions, call Admissions at 906-487-7263.
Finlandia University Admissions Department
601 Quincy Street, Hancock, MI 49930
Going to college is an investment; one of the largest investments people will make in their lifetime. At Finlandia University we know that. We work hard to help you through the process. How? Through entrance and institutional scholarships and amazing Financial Aid staff that are available to help you and your family.
In order to get started and take advantage of all our amazing financial aid opportunities, you’ll need to fill out the FAFSA. Make sure you include Finlandia University in that FAFSA.
Our federal school code – 002322
Wondering what the FAFSA is? Check out our FAFSA Guide.
Learn more about financial aid at Finlandia University at finlandia.edu/finaid.
Your admissions officer will work closely with you and the registrar’s office to put together the perfect schedule for your first semester.
Learn more about registration at Finlandia University.
All freshmen and sophomores will stay in Finlandia Hall (there are some exclusions, including for local students). It’s a beautiful facility centrally located on campus that features private bathrooms, plenty of space and delicious food.
To start that process, you’ll need to fill out the housing form you will receive once your transcripts are received and your GPA is verified. Look for an email from FinnU Housing once you reach that stage!
Learn more about Residential Life at Finlandia University.
You’ve been accepted. You’re registered. You know where you’re living. Now it’s time to start packing your bags, buying your books and pay your first semester’s tuition bill. Contact our Student Accounts staff to pay your bill.
October 15, 2021
Dean of Enrollment Anthony Schwass joins Finlandia Fridays this week to talk about the admissions team’s new campaign, 60 in 60.
“There are roughly 60 high schools and career technical education centers, or CTE’s, in the U.P. and we’re planning on visiting them all in 60 days,” Schwass said. “We aren’t just popping in once and not coming back until the next year. Our plan is really to build the relationships we have with these local schools into true partnerships.”
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October 14, 2021
Finlandia’s admissions team is hitting the road in the Upper Peninsula this fall with 60 high school visits planned in 60 days. The campaign named none other than “60 in 60” sets out to engage with students in their classrooms with sessions covering personal and professional development, career planning, FAFSA Q&A’s and many other topics revolving around student development.
September 14, 2021
This fall, Finlandia University’s overall enrollment grew by six percent with the on-campus student population increasing by nine percent. This full-time-equivalent growth brought 25 more students to campus than in fall 2020, giving Finlandia an enrollment of 430. The fall 2021 incoming class is the largest since 2016 with Finlandia’s International School of Business realizing an all-time high of 137 degree-seeking majors. Nearly 70 percent of Finlandia’s fall 2021 student body is from Michigan and the Upper Great Lakes region […] Read More