- Eligibility: 60 transferable semester hours and fulfillment of competitive requirements
- Deadlines: discipline-specific. Refer to the online list (University of Florida, n.d.)
- Fee: $30 (application) + $1.75 (service)
Applicability of Transfer Credit
The majority of the State University System schools and public community colleges use a universal course numbering system. The compatibility can be determined from the first three letters and the last three digits of the course name and number.
Receive up to 45 semester hours from AICE, AP and IB, and CLEP
- If start in the summer, report the exam scores before the end of the fall term
- If start in the fall or spring, report before the end of the first term of enrollment
- Note that:
- UF course credit, dual enrollment, transfer, and examination credit for the same subject is awarded once
- University of Florida course credit takes precedence over all other forms
- Dual enrollment and transfer credits take precedence over credit by examination
- Credit from different examination programs is awarded according to the highest-yielding result
- Applications are reviewed on the characteristics of the education system, the level of studies, academic achievement quality, and suitability for the program.
- Application requirements:
- Standard nonrefundable $30 application fee
- Certified literal English translation for all non-English documents
- Certified literal English transcript for all secondary coursework
- Non-returnable academic credentials
- College or university credentials evaluated by one of the service companies
- Proof of funds sufficient for educational and living expenses
- Proof of spoken and written English proficiency (TOEFL: 550/80, IELTS: 6, MELAB: 77) (does not apply to students from countries where English is an official language)
The application status can be monitored online after 2-4 weeks after the completion of application process. Note that the admission information provided online is not official. Refer to official written notification delivered via mail for the admission decision.
University of Florida. (n.d.). Transfer application dates. Web.