We're excited you've chosen to apply to the University of North Florida! If you are ready to apply for admission, you’re in the right place. Just follow the steps below to become an Osprey!
Click the Apply as a New Applicant button below to create an Osprey Account. When you are in the Osprey Account portal, look for the Create Account link. It only takes a few minutes to generate your Osprey Account. You can always make updates to your account and access your application through this link.
Create an Osprey Account
Once you log in to your account, look for the Apply Now link on the top right corner of your screen. This link will take you to the official application.
This includes official transcripts and test scores.
Check your email for important messages and instructions. Once you have submitted your application, you’ll be assigned an N no. which will give you access to myWings, UNF’s student portal. Please note, this is a separate account from your Osprey Account. You will want to check the portal often to see the status of your application. All future UNF communication will be sent via myWings. You should receive access within three days.
You do not need to fill out a new application to change your major. We recommend you wait until you are admitted then change your major through your academic advisor. If you are a transfer student changing between limited/selective access and non-limited/selective access majors, please email your request to the Office of Admissions.
If you started an application for admission but haven't submitted it yet, click to continue working on your application. If you have forgotten your login credentials, you can recover them by following the prompts on the login page. After submitting your application, you will be able to track the status of the application and your academic credentials in myWings.
Contact the Admissions Office if you have any questions during your application process.
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