John Kantner, Interim Dean, The Graduate School
Megan Kuehner, Director, The Graduate School
Getting Admitted into UNF
The Application Procedure
We strongly encourage you to contact the graduate program director of the degree program in which you are interested.
All graduate applicants must complete and submit an online application and pay the non-refundable application fee of $30 by the deadline posted for the applicable term.
Arrange to have academic transcripts sent to the Graduate School from every college or university you have attended, including community colleges and professional schools. Official transcripts will be required for admitted students. Transcripts must be less than one year old from the date of printing. When requesting college transcripts, please verify with your institution(s) whether or not they are able to submit electronic transcripts in the proper EDI format. Institutions that are currently not EDI capable must submit transcripts in official, paper copy format. Transcripts should be sent to the following address:
The Graduate School
University of North Florida
1 UNF Drive Jacksonville, FL 32224
In accordance with the requirements of the specific graduate program to which you are applying, take the Graduate Record Exam (GRE), the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT), or the Millers Analogy Test (MAT) and arrange to have your official score report sent to the Graduate School at UNF. Please visit www.ets.org for more information regarding the GRE. Students may visit www.mba.com for additional information regarding the GMAT. UNF’s institutional code is 5490 for the GRE and MAT. UNF's institutional code is CF3QB-51 for the GMAT.
Upload all supporting documents through the application portal. Supporting documents include recommendation letters, personal statements, resumes, writing samples, English proficiency tests, etc.
Students at Florida public universities are required to provide proof of immunization against rubeola (measles) and rubella (German measles) prior to the initial registration. This policy applies to students who attend classes taught at the main campus. Questions concerning this policy should be directed to the Student Health Services Office in the Student Life Center, Building 39A/Room 2100, (904) 620-2175.
The University reserves the right to review the case of any student who has been implicated in a criminal offense prior to admission to determine eligibility for admission and participation in extracurricular activities. At the time of application, students must disclose the final disposition of any past or pending judicial proceedings and submit any pertinent documentation.
Once the Graduate School has received your transcripts and test scores, your application will be referred to the graduate director of the program to which you are applying. The department will then review your application, make an admission decision, and notify our office. The Graduate School will send official admissions decisions through the applicant's application portal. The University of North Florida subscribes to affirmative action and equal opportunity, and does not discriminate in its programs or activities on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin, sex, disability, veteran status, age, marital status, religion, genetic information, or any other basis; and seeks to foster diversity and inclusion for the dignity and well-being of those comprising the UNF community.