Readmission applies to students who have previously attended the University of Florida as a degree seeking student. Former undergraduate students who do not enroll at the University for three consecutive terms (this includes summer semesters) or are dismissed must apply for readmission by the deadline. Please keep in mind that if you attended UF for a semester but then withdrew from that term, you are considered to have attended that semester so applying for readmission may not be necessary. When reviewing your readmission application, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) will take into consideration your academic history as well as your potential for success in your selected major; however, readmission is based on availability and is not guaranteed.
If you left CLAS on-track for the major you were pursuing and are reapplying to the same major without having earned any additional credits elsewhere, follow the standard readmission procedures outlined on the UF Admissions Office website. If a student is “on-track” and in good standing before an absence of three or more semesters, and reapplies to the same major they were in before the absence then readmission is generally granted.
Consult with a CLAS academic advisor before applying for readmission if any of the following apply:
- If you have taken or are planning to take credits elsewhere
- If you plan to reapply for a different major other than the one you were previously pursuing at UF
- If you left UF with any incomplete grades (e.g., “Is” or “Ns”)
- If you were off-track in your major when you left UF and wish to reapply to the same major.
If a student takes an entire year off, and subsequently readmitted, then the catalog in effect at the time of readmission must be followed. After subsequent readmission, students may petition the college to change back to their original catalog year.