Students who have not yet graduated high school and those who have earned less than 12 hours of college credit after high school graduation apply as first-year students. The UF admissions process is designed to consider all aspects of an applicant's academic record and personal experiences in order to facilitate individual holistic consideration. The admissions review process tries to balance the subjective and objective components of the application. UF recognizes that there is great variation among applicants' personal circumstances. Prospective transfer applicants must complete an Associate of Arts degree from a Florida public institution or at least 60 transferable semester credit hours from an institution.
Please review the following tips to ensure your application is competitive. Consider registering for an Honors course during your first year. Students who have taken an Honors course tend to be well-informed about the program and write more specifically and genuinely about why they want to be part of it. Demonstrate an interest in fully participating in the program. It is often obvious when a student is solely interested in one particular benefit of the program such as early registration.
Please closely review the following to guarantee your application is strong. General Tips Answer all aspects of each prompt. This is the first question reviewers ask themselves - did the essay address each component of the prompt?
On November 18, , a group of my friends and I returned home from my birthday dinner at a local steakhouse. Upon our arrival, it was suggested that we watch the movie Fight Club. As if it were meant to be, we discovered that Fight Club was to In order to contribute to a community of any size or structure, some aspect of said community must be made better.