Starting in Spring 2017, UCF will likely not require the writing area of the ACT or perhaps the essay element of the SAT.
FAQs Associated With Freshmen
Are freshmen needed to live on campus?
No, first-year students are not necessary to live on campus. Most first-year students do live on campus due to the ease of transition at home to campus life, use of university resources together with power to make lifelong friends.
Can everyone take online courses?
As a result of state that is restrictive, UCF is not permitted to give online courses or instruction to students in some states. The list of states currently restricted is available during the Registrar’s website. While surviving in one of these simple states may very well not be permitted to enroll in UCF Online courses.
How do senior school seniors make an application for UCF scholarships?
There isn't any separate application for UCF scholarships. All freshman applicants offered admission are believed for those awards so long as funds are available.
How do I send a transcript to UCF?
We suggest contacting your school(s) individually to determine the way they send transcripts. Undergraduate Admissions can accept official transcripts through U.S. mail or electronically when sent directly from your institution through a secure delivery service.
Electronic transcripts can simply be accepted as official if they're delivered through one of several following approved service that is transcript:
NOTE: If the transcript delivery service asks you to provide a message address to send transcripts to, please use firstname.lastname@example.org.
When sending a transcript through among the service that is above, their system may indicate that it happens to be delivered; however, please allow two to 3 weeks for UCF Undergraduate Admissions to process these documents. In the place of sending duplicates, please verify receipt associated with transcript through your application status on myUCF.
Hard copy transcripts may be delivered to:
UCF Undergraduate Admissions
P.O. Box 160111
Orlando, FL 32816-0111
How is my senior high school GPA calculated for admission?
Your GPA is recalculated in line with the academic core courses (including English, math, science, social studies and foreign language). UCF uses a 4.0 grading scale, and also awards additional quality points for any weighted courses inside the core that is academic. Courses marked as pre-AP, pre-IB, pre-AICE and honors are given an extra 0.5 quality point.
Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced International Certification of Education (AICE) and Dual Enrollment (DE) courses are given 1 additional quality point.
I became received or home-schooled a GED. What should I submit?
UCF shall consider applications from students who will be educated through a home-school program. Home-schooled applicants should submit a home-school transcript which includes a summary of all coursework (both completed plus in progress), showing grades that are final units earned for every course completed. A description that is brief of methods employed for evaluation should accompany the home-school transcript. If home-schooled applicants previously attended another school or completed courses through the Florida Virtual School or through dual enrollment at a local college or university, official transcripts are required. Those courses should be reflected on also the home-school transcript. SAT and/or ACT results must be submitted also.
Applicants who present a GED will be considered for also admission. Official GED results, a partial senior high school transcript, and ACT and/or SAT results should be submitted.
When must I apply for housing?
Apply once you have been admitted to UCF. Don’t wait; as space is bound. Housing applications can be obtained starting in November for the following summer and fall semesters.
How competitive can it be to get admitted into UCF?
For freshmen, the mid-range (middle 50 percent) of your Fall 2018 entering class was:
- GPA: 3.86 – 4.39 (recalculated core that is academic
- SAT: 1270 – 1380 (Evidence-based Reading and Writing + Math)
- ACT: 26 – 30 (composite)
Where else can I go to analyze freshman scholarships?
There are a variety of options for scholarships.
Who are able to apply to UCF utilizing the Common Application?
Currently, only first-time-in-college (freshmen) students may connect with UCF making use of the Common App. Students wishing to transfer to UCF should complete the UCF application that is institutional admission. Additionally,first-time-in-college students may, when they choose, submit their application via the UCF application that is institutional admission.
I am having technical difficulties submitting the normal App. Who must I contact?
For technical questions about your Common Application to UCF, you might contact the Common App Solutions Center, 24/7 year-round.