Foreign Language Requirement
By action of the Florida Legislature, undergraduate students who enter a state university in Florida are subject to a foreign language admission requirement. To satisfy the requirement, a student must present evidence of:
- Competency of foreign language or American Sign Language study equivalent to the second high school level or higher, or
- Successfully completing a post-secondary foreign language or American Sign Language elementary two course, or
- Proficiency through a satisfactory score on an approved foreign language examination as determined by the Articulation Coordinating Committee (ACC) Credit-by-Exam Equivalencies as adopted by the Board of Governors.
To view the University's official regulation, click here.