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Any individual who applies for admission to the University of Florida shall pay a non-refundable application fee. Admitted freshmen must also pay a non-refundable admission tuition deposit that will be applied toward payment of that individual's tuition upon enrollment.
FRESHMAN: Earn your degree on our main campus!
Freshman Applicants: The freshman application for the 2015-2016 academic year is now open. The priority application deadline is November 1.Apply
STUDENT SELF-REPORTED ACADEMIC RECORD (SSAR)
The SSAR is a self-reported transcript of a student's high school grades from 9th-11th and courses in progress for grade 12. The SSAR is required for all traditional freshman and UF Online freshman applicants. Start or complete your SSAR by following this link.Complete SSAR
UF ONLINE: UF's New Way to Earn a Bachelor's Degree Totally Online
Freshman and transfer students can achieve their academic goals through UF's new undergraduate degree program offered entirely online. With UF Online, accepted students can obtain the same valued undergraduate degree at an affordable cost without having to relocate to Gainesville.
To be eligible for transfer, you must have 60 transferable semester hours of college credit and meet all competitive requirements. Please contact the UF college prior to completing an application if you have questions about your major. If you will receive a bachelor's degree prior to attending UF, please review the requirements for graduate, professional or postbaccalaureate admissions.
Students with bachelor's degrees who are not currently pursuing a graduate degree at UF.
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All applicants who meet requirements and standards will be considered equally for admission to any academic program, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, marital status, beliefs, age, national origin, sexual orientation or physical or mental disabilities.