How to Apply

We are excited you are interested in participating in FISC in 2022-2023!

  1. Submit your online application Visit our application page by clicking here. Please note, the online application is housed at the Division of Continuing Studies. You will need to create an account at this site before submitting an application.
  1. Send your transcript – New applicants must mail an official high school or post-secondary transcript. An application will be considered incomplete until an official transcript is received.
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    Room 314 Lowell Hall
    Madison, WI 53703
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completing an application form

Information for International Students
Besides completing the applications above, international applicants are required to submit additional documents in order for their application to be considered complete. Refer to the International Students page for details.
  1. Students are strongly encouraged to apply for scholarships after they have submitted their program application. Students should visit the Funding Your Education section to learn how to apply for scholarships. All students who apply receive scholarships. Information for how to apply will be included in acceptance letters as well.

Program applications are reviewed on a rolling basis; see dates below for deadlines and notifications.

Application Deadlines

Completed FISC Program Applications Due1Scholarship Applications Due2Admission Decision NotificationScholarship Award NotificationLatest to Pay “Save Your Seat” Fee3
March 1March 31March 10 early-MaySept. 15
July 1July 31July 10early-SeptSept. 15
Sept. 15Not eligibleSept. 10Not eligibleSept. 15

1Completed applications include transcript
2FISC Scholarships are closed after the last submission deadline of July 31st
3You will need to guarantee your spot in FISC with a $50non-refundable fee before this date.

The traditional FISC experience is Fall + Spring term. Contact FISC admin with questions.