Student Admission Requirements for Entering the University of Florida
Admission to the University is highly selective, because the number of applications far exceeds the number of spaces available in the freshman class. Applications are considered and applicants selected, considering the size and strength of all students that have applied for a place.
Minimum Requirements for Admission are the following:
§ Submit an application by the deadline listed, together with the non-refundable registration fee.
§ Compile a complete record, in chronological order, of all institutions previously attended. Academic results should be satisfactory, while inability to prove attendance of another institution could hinder admission.
§ Grades on achievement or aptitude tests, such as ACT, SAT, GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, etc. should be at least ‘satisfactory’, and the same applies for the conduct record.
§ Each application should specify the term of entry, as it will be considered for this term only. Any changes should be addressed to the Office of Admissions.
§ One or more on-campus courses should be taken to validate admission to on-campus degree programs. This requirement does not apply to online degree programs.
§ All international applicants have to provide Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores, in addition to other required test scores.
§ Important note is that minimum requirements do not guarantee entry to the university!