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Freshman Admissions

Beginning with the 2016-2017 admissions cycle, the University of Florida will use the Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Success for the freshman application. You will complete and submit all application materials online; no submission of paper materials is required.

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The SSAR

The Student Self-Reported Academic Record 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.

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UF Online

Freshman and transfer students can achieve their academic goals through UF's undergraduate degree program offered entirely online.

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Transfer Admissions

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.

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Graduate Admissions

The UF Graduate School offers degrees at the masters, engineer, specialist and doctoral levels.

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International Admissions

The University of Florida welcomes the more than 6,000 international students who study on our campus each year.

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Professional Admissions

Professional applicants include those interested in dentistry, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, law and veterinary medicine.

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