General Policies and Immunization
The University of North Florida encourages applications from qualified persons and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, culture, ethnicity, race, religion or disability. The President has designated a coordinator for affirmative action, equal opportunity and non-discrimination against disabled persons. Inquiries about policies and practices may be directed to the director of equal opportunity programs, (904) 620-2507.
Admissions applications must be submitted prior to the published deadlines. Applicants may apply for admission up to one year in advance of their intended enrollment term. Undergraduate, graduate, or post-baccalaureate applicants may complete the online application or fill out the paper application and return it by mail. Students must submit a $30 non-refundable application fee.
Official transcripts and test scores are required of applicants seeking admission to UNF. It is the applicant's responsibility to submit all required documentation. Incomplete applications will not be processed.
Applicants should refer to Admissions Section in the University catalog to determine if additional materials such as letters of recommendation, financial statements or other test scores are required.
Students who matriculate at the University of North Florida are required to provide proof of immunization against rubeola (measles) and rubella (German measles) prior to the initial registration. The policy applies to students (except those born before 1957) who attend classes taught at the main campus. Students may access and download the required health form. Questions concerning this policy should be directed to the Medical Compliance Office, (904) 620-2175.
Each application is acknowledged upon arrival at the Office of Admissions, and an admission decision will be made upon receipt of required documents.
Students whose applications for admission are denied may petition for reconsideration. Students who wish to appeal their admission decision should submit updated academic information to the Office of Admissions. Please contact the Office of Admissions, (904) 620-5555, for questions regarding the appeal process.