Summer School at FMU
Francis Marion University provides a wide range late-spring and summer classes for current FMU students and “transient” students. Current FMU students can enroll by contacting their advisor. Transient students are students who attend another institution but enroll at Francis Marion for a single term to take courses useful to their programs of study.
Maymester: May 12 - May 29
Online Instruction only due to COVID-19. Registration ends May 11.
Session I: June 2 - July 2
Online Instruction only due to COVID-19. Registration ends June 1.
Session II: July 7 - Aug 10
Registration ends July 6.
Francis Marion offers a wide array of undergraduate and graduate of courses during summer sessions. Visit the link below to view the catalog of courses being offered this year.
FMU Admissions counselors can help students discern whether particular classes will help them on their degree path by walking them through the summer admission process. But, responsibility for selecting classes that fit with a particular course of study are best addressed at the student’s permanent college or university. Transient students will only be admitted to single semesters or summer sessions at FMU for courses that have been approved — in writing — by their academic deans or registrars.
Transient Students Checklist
- Complete FMU’s undergraduate Application for Admission
- Pay the $41 application fee
- Obtain your college’s transient permission form
- Send completed transient permission form to FMU’s Office of Admissions