Students Seeking Re-Admission
Any student who has not enrolled at the University in any of the last three consecutive terms and who wishes to re-enroll in the University must apply for re-admission.
In order to be considered for re-admission, a former student must file a new application for admission and pay the $30 application fee by the appropriate deadline for the desired semester. Students are also advised to contact the One-Stop Student Services to confirm whether the appropriate documents (transcripts and test scores) are still on file and whether additional items are needed. Students who re-apply are subject to any new admissions requirements and to the program requirements published in the catalog for the academic year in which they re-initiate enrollment at UNF.
Admissions offers are made for the term requested by the applicant. If the applicant does not matriculate, he or she may re-apply for a future semester. Supplemental documentation for non-matriculated applicants is kept for up to one year, but applications are term-specific and must be updated for admissions consideration.
To view the University's official policy, click here.