The following college preparatory academic units in high school are required for incoming freshmen at UNF:
UNF recalculates the high school grade point average based on college/university bound academic courses, and additional weight to grades earned in Honors, Advanced Placement, dual enrollment, ACE, and International Baccalaureate courses. SAT and ACT score minimums depend upon High School GPA. For more information please visit the Freshman Application Requirements page. Students with a documented disability may request special admission consideration. Documentation of the disability should be submitted with the application for admission. For more information please visit the Disability Resource Center Web site.
International applicants are considered for admissions on the same basis as domestic applicants, with a few additional requirements for immigration and health purposes.
Please note that because of international mail and other time factors, general application deadlines for international applicants are as follows:Fall Term - May 1Spring Term - October 1Summer Term(s) - February 1For a full listing of requirements for international applicants, visit the web pages of the UNF International Center.
Through our five colleges, UNF offers 58 undergraduate programs, 27 master's programs and three doctoral programs. Six selected flagship programs receive special recognition and resources for their unique suitability to UNF's campus and regional climate. These programs are:
Refer to the UNF catalog to get a full listing of the colleges and Academic Programs at UNF.
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