Students in this category have already earned a bachelor’s degree at a regionally accredited institution and desire to complete additional college coursework. UNF refers to post-baccalaureate students as those not admitted to a graduate program. At minimum, students are required to submit the following application materials prior to the posted general admission deadline for the term in which they would like to enroll.
Admission application (see details below for which application to submit)
$30 application fee
Official transcripts from each post-secondary institution attended, including military and dual enrollment transcripts
Official transcripts from any credit-earning mechanism (Credit-earning mechanisms include, but are not limited to IB, AP, AICE, CLEP, or DANTES.)
All transcripts must be official, arriving to the Office of Admissions directly from the originating school or testing agency. Unofficial documents will not be accepted.
Students will apply as one of four categories. Applications for these student types are considered on a space available basis.
A $30 non-refundable application fee is required for any application for admission. Acceptable payment methods include Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express at the time the online application is submitted or personal check/money order made payable to UNF.
In this status, post-baccalaureate students may register for courses leading to another bachelor's degree. Students in this status may apply for financial aid. A current list of bachelor degree programs offered at UNF can be viewed in the undergraduate catalog. Students applying to a limited access/selective admission program may have additional requirements.
In this status, post-baccalaureate students may register for select undergraduate level courses, but are not affiliated with a degree seeking program. These courses are generally intended for personal interest and not taken in the pursuit of formalized educational goal, or may serve as pre-requisites for consideration of admission to a graduate program. Students in this status are not eligible for financial aid.
In this status, post-baccalaureate students may register for classes leading to a specific certificate or other non-degree credential. Students in this status are not eligible for financial aid, except for those students pursuing their initial professional teacher certification in Florida through the Teacher Certification Only (TCO) program. A list of graduate certificate programs and additional requirements can be viewed on the Graduate School Web site.
This status is reserved for students who have an earned baccalaureate degree and who wish to take graduate level coursework but who are not admitted into a degree seeking graduate program. Permission from the Graduate Program Director in the appropriate area is required. Students in this status are not eligible for financial aid.