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2020-2021 Catalog
UNF students pose in front of the Biological Sciences building mural

Continuous Enrollment

The University of North Florida defines continuous enrollment as being enrolled in classes at UNF without a break of three or more consecutive semesters, including summer terms. Students who break continuous enrollment are subject to the program requirements published in the catalog for the academic year in which they re-initiate enrollment at UNF. Additionally, a student who for each of three consecutive semesters either does not enroll or withdraws from all courses will be required by his or her academic department to convert to current program requirements. A student who breaks continuous enrollment must re-apply for admission and is subject to all admission requirements and criteria at the time of re-application and, in most cases, must pay an application fee.