Transfer Admissions

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Upper-level Transfer Students

Upper-level transfer students are defined as those with at least 60 transferable credit hours or an Associate of Arts degree from a Florida public or postsecondary institution. Admission requirements will vary by major, term and space-availability. In order to be considered, applicants must meet or exceed a cumulative college GPA of 2.0 or higher, including a "C" or higher average and "good standing" status at the most recent college attended. Listed below are the minimum required materials for upper-level students to submit in order to be evaluated for a decision. Additional requirements will exist for students applying to limited access/selective admission programs or as international students.

 

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Lower-level Transfer Students

Lower-level students are defined as those with fewer than 60

transferable credit hours.* Admission requirements will vary by major, term, and space-availability. In order to be considered, applicants must meet or exceed a cumulative college GPA of 2.0 or higher, including a "C" or higher average and "good standing" status at the most recent college attended. At minimum, lower-level applicants must also meet the State University System sliding scale with high school GPA and SAT/ACT scores. Listed below are the minimum required materials for lower-level students to submit in order to be evaluated for a decision. Additional requirements will exist for students applying as international students
*A student with fewer than 12 transferable credit hours must apply as a freshman. See our freshman admissions page for application information.

 

 

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All transcripts and test scores must be official, arriving to the Office of Admissions directly from the originating school or testing agency. Unofficial documents will not be accepted.

 

 

 

Are you unique?

We work with students seeking admission to UNF with a variety of circumstances. If you are one of the following, you will have some different application requirements.

 

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Do you fall into a different category than what's listed above? Contact transfer@unf.edu to learn about your unique application requirements!  
 

 

 

How it works

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Decision notification process

Once an application is complete with all required documents, UNF Admissions will review applications on a four to six week turn around. All applicants are notified by a USPS mailed official letter, as well as their decisions are posted on their MyWings account under the Application Status link. Periodically, e-mails are sent out to applicants about missing documents, it is the responsibility of the student to ensure that all official application documents are received. 

 

 

 

 

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Appeals process

A student who is denied admission to UNF for academic reasons only, has a right to appeal that decision. If they choose to appeal, the student must submit a letter of appeal or supporting documentation, clearly stating the reasons why they believe they should be admitted to the University, to: 

 

Admissions Office at the University of North Florida 

c/o The Director of Undergraduate Admissions 

1 UNF Drive 

Jacksonville, FL 32224 

 

To view the University's official policy, click here.



Decision notification process

Once an application is complete with all required documents, UNF Admissions will review applications on a 4-6 week turn around. All applicants are notified by a USPS mailed official letter, as well as their decisions are posted on their MyWings account under the Application Status link. Periodically, emails are sent out to applicants about missing documents, it is the responsibility of the student to ensure that all official application documents are received. 

 

Appeals process

A student who is denied admission to UNF for academic reasons only, has a right to appeal that decision. If they choose to appeal, the student must submit a letter of appeal or supporting documentation, clearly stating the reasons why they believe they should be admitted to the university, to: 

 

Admissions Office at the University of North Florida 

c/o The Director of Undergraduate Admissions 

1 UNF Drive 

Jacksonville, FL 32224 

 

To view the University's official policy, click here.

 



 

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