If the below information doesn't answer your question and you require additional assistance, please contact the Graduate School via email or call us at (904) 620-1360.
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There are two reasons why you don't see your program of choice listed.
If you don't believe either option applies, please contact us via phone or email.
The graduate post-baccalaureate non-degree option is intended for students that need to complete undergraduate prerequisites that are required for admission into a graduate program, or for students who wish to complete graduate level coursework without being formally admitted into a degree seeking graduate program. Students applying in this category have already earned a bachelor's degree at a regionally accredited institution.
Graduate transients are individuals that are currently attending an institution and wish to temporarily enroll at UNF in order to transfer credits back to their home institution.
Your application term can be updated as long as your original application hasn't been cancelled, you are not wishing to move your term forward more than a year, the program accepts applications for the new term you are requesting, and the deadline hasn't passed for the term you are requesting.
To update your application term, email us.In the email include:
We will evaluate your file to confirm the update can be made and you will be notified in response to your email. If we are unable to manually update your application term, a new online application will be required. Please note the online application opens approximately one year prior to the start of the term you wish to apply for.
In order to change majors, a new online application is required. Once the new application has been submitted, email us to cancel the original [insert term] [insert major] application.
To update concentrations, email us requesting to update the [insert term] [insert major] application to the [insert concentration] concentration.
Students that have matriculated and are wishing to change their concentration or major will need to complete the Change of Concentration or Change of Major online form request through myWings. Information can be found on our Change of Concentration or Major website.
Some programs can be pursued simultaneously. If interested in dual degrees, please call or email us to confirm your program choices are eligible.
Please note, in order to be awarded degrees in both programs, you will need to apply for graduation for both programs at the same time.
Submit applications for both programs when you apply. When we see you're admitted to both programs, we will email you via your UNF Osprey Account to confirm your intentions.
Current students that later decide to dual degree can complete the Change of Major Form. In the Remove Major field, please write that you would like to pursue a dual degree. In order to be processed the entire form must be filled out.
The Transfer Institution requirement is automatically loaded when institutional information is manually input on the admission application. It serves as a placeholder that lets us know you attended an institution but we don't have a name for it yet.
Seeing this requirement may also indicate that we found transfer work on one of your other transcripts.
To update your record, please email us a list of all attended institutions. We require official transcripts from all attended institutions. Please verify you provide all those attended at the time of application to avoid delay in processing.
This requirement means that we do not have proof that your bachelor's degree has been earned. In many instances, the requirement will not delay the referral of the application. When all of the required documents (including an incomplete official transcript) are on file, an applicant's file is normally forwarded to the graduate program director for a decision.
The "Proof of Bachelor's Degree" requirement will be added to the admissions checklist for all applicants that are still completing their degree at the time of application. It serves as a placeholder that lets you know we still require proof of your bachelor's degree. If admitted, you will need to send a final and official transcript to the UNF Graduate School once the degree has been earned.
If the final and official transcript showing proof of bachelor's degree is not received after the first term of attendance, a hold preventing future registration will be placed on your student account.
If the institution was reported by you on your admission application, we will require a statement from the institution indicating they don't have record of you attending. It can be emailed to us and should include your full name and UNF student N#.
In the event you did not report the institution on your admission application, please email us your full name, UNF student N#, and the institution information. We will review your account.
Yes, applicants must submit official transcripts from every post-secondary institution attended to the UNF Graduate School by the posted deadline.
Please note, the UNF Graduate School does not have the ability to request transcripts on the applicants behalf.
Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard: Transcripts may be requested through the Joint Services Transcript website.
Air Force: Transcripts may be requested through the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) website.
Your graduate program director can request supplemental requirements be waived (i.e. reference letters, letter of intent, resume, writing sample, certificates, repertoire list, test scores).
Transcripts and TOEFL requirements cannot be waived under any circumstance as they are considered university requirements. The TOEFL requirement may be satisfied by other means: All applicants, except those from countries where English is the only official language, are required to show proof of satisfactory evidence that the applicant's competency in English is adequate. Students whose native language is not English must meet one of the following requirements of English Language Proficiency:
Indicators of Required English Language Proficiency for Foreign Applicants
Your graduate program director will review your application and input a decision on the referral. He/she will forward the referral back to us for official input of the admission decision. Please note, it takes at least one business day after we receive the referral back to input the decision.
Your decision will be posted to your myWings account and email communication will be sent to you.
Some programs contact admitted students directly to request an acceptance or declination of the admission decision.
For most programs, other than registering for courses via myWings after your time ticket opens, there is no explicit method to accept admission. (Applicants are encouraged to seek guidance from their graduate program director on their selection of courses.)
Although not mandatory, if a student wishes to decline acceptance they may email us. Please request that we cancel your [insert term] [insert program] application. Your email should include your full name and UNF student N#.
Please note that if a student does not matriculate in the application term admitted for, the application will automatically be cancelled and the student will need to reapply for any future terms desired.
We also recommend you click on the What's Next tile. From this tile, you'll be able to access a variety of beneficial options.
How to Clear Holds
If you were notified of provisional admission, you must meet the requirements of your graduate program director within your first term in order to gain full admittance to the program. Please contact your graduate program director for the specific requirements.
At the end of your first term, your graduate program director will notify us to either (1) approve your full admission to the program, or (2) dismiss you from the program. Fully admitted students will be able to continue within the program. If dismissed, your graduate program director will notify you that you did not meet the provisional admission requirements, you will be dropped from all future coursework, and a hold preventing future registration will be placed on your account.
Please refer to the Records and Registration website for registration information. Here, you will find important tools, including the Registration Guide and Registration Add Errors you may encounter.
Degree-seeking graduate students typically receive time tickets for the earlier part of registration week.
Non-degree seeking graduate students (i.e. those admitted as transient or post-baccalaureate graduate) are assigned a registration time ticket for the Space Available registration date. This registration date is generally the last business day before classes begin for the term.
To locate your registration time ticket, log in to your myWings student portal, select the Registration box, select Registration and Course Planner, select Prepare for Registration, input the term you are looking for, then you will see your registration status (and time ticket information).
If you would like to confirm your registration, log in to your myWings student portal, select the Student Records box, then Academic Records, then Class Schedule Detail, and choose the applicable term.
Please note, you will need to clear all Holds on your student account prior to being able to register. While many will clear instantly, some, such as Campus Clarity, take 24 hours. For additional information, please refer to the Holds drop-down above.
Please refer to the UNF Course Catalog for information regarding offered courses.
The Tuition & Fees website details the costs of graduate school. Certain programs have specially-approved tuition rates. Please refer to the right side column.
UNF now offers an exclusive graduate tuition rate for UNF bachelor's seeking students and recent graduates. For more information, please refer to the Exclusive Graduate Tuition Rate.