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.
After filling out the application, you will be assigned an enrollment counselor from who you will receive an initial email with your next steps. Occasionally, your email settings may place this initial email in a junk/spam folder – make sure you are checking there if you don’t receive an email shortly after your application is submitted.
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.
After you complete the FAFSA (which is and always will be FREE), your Enrollment Counselor will reach out to you and discuss your financial aid package in detail. This will take a few days to put together, so be sure to submit all of your information as quickly as possible.
Learn more about financial aid at Finlandia University at finlandia.edu/finaid.
After you’ve been accepted, received your financial aid package, and discussed/completed the rest of your admissions checklist with your Enrollment Counselor, you’ll want to make your deposit. Your deposit will secure your place for the upcoming semester and is required for course scheduling.
Your enrollment counselor 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.
January 10, 2023
University relaxes requirements, extends deadline and opens Rise Together Scholarship to bachelor degree-seeking students
Finlandia University will build on its boldest expression of affordability by easing eligibility requirements for the Rise Together Free Full Tuition Scholarship.
Now applicable to all four years of tuition at Finlandia, the Rise Together Scholarship will allow bachelor’s degree-seeking students with a minimum GPA of 2.25 to apply. Other significant changes include a May 1 deadline extension for filing the FAFSA and the removal of the Tuition […] Read More
January 04, 2023
Finlandia announces scholarship overhaul ahead of spring 2023 semester
Finlandia University will build on its commitment to providing affordable higher education by awarding newly introduced scholarship packages to incoming spring 2023 students. Taking steps to simplify the cost of attendance further, Finlandia’s new Scholarship Calculator acts as a fast and easy-to-use tool for all.
Within two to six questions, the calculator provides students with the minimum scholarship amount they will receive from Finlandia University. Minimum scholarships are then stackable […] Read More
December 21, 2022
Finlandia’s Finnish & Nordic Studies program invites students and auditors to explore the history of Kalevala.
Immortalized as Finland’s national epic, the Kalevala encapsulates ancient Finnish folk traditions. The course details the historical development of the Kalevala poetry tradition, its development and structure as a literary work, its use as an anthropological text, and its use as a political and cultural icon of Finnish identity.