College of Dentistry
Consideration for admission to dental school requires prospective applicants to file an application with the American Association of Dental Schools Application Service before submitting UF's Supplemental Admission Information for Professional Schools.
Dental Programs for International Applicants. Applicants can choose between a two-year FTD certificate program or a four-year D.M.D. program. International applicants must contact the College of Dentistry before applying.
Levin College of Law
All prospective law students should review the college's application process and procedures before applying.
College of Medicine
Prospective medical students must review the college's admissions procedures and requirements before applying.
Applicants for regular admission initially apply through the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS) before submitting UF's Supplemental Admission Information for Professional Schools.
College of Nursing - Doctor of Nursing Practice
Prospective applicants should review the admission criteria and complete the application materials for admission consideration.
Physical Therapy Program
All prospective physical therapy students should review the program's admissions requirements and procedures before applying.
Physician Assistant Program
Prospective applicants must first study the physician assistant information packet to determine satisfaction of admission requirements.
Formal application is made through the Central Application Service for Physician Assistants (CASPA) before submitting UF's Supplemental Admission Information for Professional Schools.
Doctor of Pharmacy Program
Prospective applicants should first review the college's admission requirements and procedures. Admission consideration for the traditional Doctor of Pharmacy program requires application through the Pharmacy College Application Service (PharmCAS) before submitting UF's Supplemental Admission Information for Professional Schools.
College of Veterinary Medicine
Admission consideration to veterinary medical school requires review of the college's D.V.M. program requirements.