Location: Frostburg
President: Ronald Nowaczyk
Founded: 1898
Undergraduate Students: 3,344
Graduate Students: 731
Operating Budget: $115.8 million
For More Information: 301.687.4000

By their senior year, 97 percent of FSU students have participated in high-impact activities such as an internship, research with a faculty member, or study abroad.

Frostburg State University (FSU) is a comprehensive, student-centered institution dedicated to providing a quality education that leads to real-world success. More than 100 innovative programs are offered at the undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral levels at the Western Maryland campus, at sites around Maryland, and online.

Frostburg has been recognized as a College of Distinction, a Military Friendly School, and with the President’s Honor Roll for Service. Frostburg State University is one university— with a world of experiences. Members of Frostburg’s diverse student body receive personal attention from excellent professors and have opportunities for prestigious internships, exciting research with faculty, service-learning, and study abroad.