The Florida Memorial University, founded in 1879 as the Florida Baptist Institute in Live Oak, Florida is one of the oldest academic centres in Florida. The college celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1979 and also began a series of expansion projects of the 44-acre site.
An international applicant must have graduated from a high or secondary school. An official transcript and/or original diploma is required.
International students who studied in the British educational system must have passed a minimum of five subjects at the ordinary level in the General Certificate Examination or it’s equivalent, including English and mathematics.
Proficiency in English must be established, if the student’s native language is not English, by a satisfactory TOEFL score. International students should submit scores from either the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or American College Test (ACT).
Cost of tuition, room, board and fees to attend Florida Memorial University for one full academic year (fall and spring semester) is approximately $17,594.
There are 41 undergraduate and four graduate degree programmes.
A number of scholarships are available under the following categories — Campus scholarships, External scholarships, and International student scholarships.
FMC provides a living and learning environment, their residential areas consist of four Residence Halls, two male and two female halls each.