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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.