Freshman Admission Decisions
Freshman admission decisions are made by the Office of Admissions.
For questions regarding those decisions, please contact the
UF Office of Admissions at (352) 392-1365.
Thank you for your interest in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) at the University of Florida. We encourage you to use this website to learn more about the academic opportunities and resources available in CLAS. If you have any questions about our academic programs, admission requirements or deadlines please contact us.
Welcome to the University of Florida! If you are a prospective student in high school who has not applied, please visit the Freshmen Admissions website. If you have recently been accepted as a freshman to the University of Florida, congratulations! We know you have many questions about the programs and majors that the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has to offer. We encourage you to explore our majors and use Preview Prep (an online prep site that will prepare you for UF’s Orientation program called Preview) to learn more.
Admission to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is competitive due to space limitations. Priority is given to transfer applicants completing their Associate of Arts (AA) degree at one of the state colleges or universities within the state of Florida (under the state’s articulation agreement). The AA degree is required for transfer from a state college within Florida and strongly recommended for transfer from a state university within Florida. (Transferring with an AA satisfies many of the state and university basic requirements eliminating the need to complete those once at the University of Florida.) We also consider upper division transfer students with no more than 90 semester credit hours earned from a non-Florida state college or state university if space is available. We encourage you to research the minimum courses needed to be competitive for the particular major to which you wish to apply. We accept transfer applications for the summer, fall and spring terms. Admission is term-specific. If you do not enroll in the term for which you originally applied, you must submit a new application by the published deadline to be considered for a future term.
Readmission applies to students who have previously attended the University of Florida as degree seeking students and wish to return to complete their Bachelor’s degree. Former undergraduate students who do not enroll at the university for two consecutive terms, including any summer term, must apply for readmission. To learn more about readmission eligibility requirements and how to reapply to a major in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences please review our Readmission website.
Post-baccalaureate status is for students who have a bachelor’s degree and wish to continue their studies in Liberal Arts and Sciences without seeking immediate admission to the Graduate School. As of Summer B 2003, post-baccalaureate programs to pursue a second bachelor’s degree have been suspended until further notice due to undergraduate enrollment restrictions. Students seeking post baccalaureate admissions to fulfill prerequisites for graduate study at UF should contact the graduate coordinator in that particular department with questions about admissions and academic regulations.
Full-time state employees who have been admitted to a degree or nondegree-seeking status are eligible for a fee waiver of up to six credits of UF courses per academic semester. The State Agency Employee Tuition Fee Waiver form is not an application for admission, nor is it a request for registration; it is a waiver of course fees that must be submitted to University Financial Services. This applies to full-time UF faculty, TEAMS and USPS employees in good standing who have been employed for at least six (6) months. USPS employees must have attained permanent status to participate in this program. It shall be the sole discretion of the employee’s department chair as to the number of credit hours, up to six, that may be registered for under this program each semester. Participation in the Employee Education Program (EEP) is neither a benefit of employment nor a guaranteed right.