Undergraduate Applications

We’ve made it easier than ever to apply to UCF. Whether this is your first time in college, you’re transferring from another institution or you’re enrolling from another country, we’ve streamlined the process to make it as clear and quick as possible. In fact, there are only two steps.

Before You Get Started…

Make sure you’ve reviewed UCF’s undergraduate admissions requirements in the official Undergraduate Catalog before you apply. For details, visit the Undergraduate Admissions website.

Steps to Apply

1.Complete and submit the online application

When you’re ready, fill out the undergraduate application online. A non-refundable $30 application fee is required to submit your application.

Start Your Undergraduate Application

2.Submit required documents

After completing your application, you’ll receive an email with specific instructions for submitting required documents, including:

  • Official high school (or homeschooled) transcripts
  • Official scores for the SAT (code: 5233) or ACT (code: 0735) with writing
  • Official college transcripts from all colleges attended, if applicable
  • Official GED and TOEFL/IELTS scores, if applicable
  • Submission of the application essay (strongly encouraged)

For more information about requirements, visit the Undergraduate Admissions freshman or transfer pages.

International students must also submit required immigration documents as necessary. Review the undergraduate admissions process on the International Affairs and Global Strategies website.

Undergraduate Admissions Deadlines

Freshmen
Semester Deadline
Fall May 1
Spring November 1
Summer March 1
Transfers
Semester Deadline
Fall July 1
Spring November 1
Summer March 1
International
Semester Deadline
Fall March 1
Spring November 1
Summer January 1

After You Apply

After clicking submit, you can track your application status at myUCF.

UCF operates on a rolling admission basis. You will receive an admission decision once we have received all of your supporting documentation. Transfer students will receive a transfer credit summary once admitted.

Resources for Undergraduate Applicants

Graduate Applications

Now is the time to push yourself to new possibilities. Graduate school is your chance to make important discoveries, master cutting-edge skills and advance both your knowledge and your career. With an advanced degree from UCF, you’ll make a big impact on the world.

Before You Get Started…

Make sure you’ve reviewed UCF’s graduate admissions requirements in the official Graduate Catalog before you apply. For details, visit the Graduate Admissions website.

Steps to Apply

1.Choose your degree

UCF offers more than 100 graduate degree programs. Find the program that’s right for you.

2.Review and complete any pre-application requirements

Some graduate programs require a pre-application before submitting the online application. Others require interviews, portfolios, or other materials that are not included in the online application.

3.Complete and submit the online application

When you’re ready, fill out the graduate application online. A non-refundable $30 application fee is required to submit your application.

Start Your Graduate Application

4.Submit required documents

The documents listed below are required for admission into all graduate programs:

  • One official transcript (in a sealed envelope) from each college/university attended*
  • Official Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores or General Management Admissions Test (GMAT) scores (for doctoral programs and certain master’s programs)
  • Immunization Form

Some programs may require additional documents. Review your program’s requirements in the official Graduate Catalog to ensure you’ve submitted everything needed for your program.

International students must also submit required immigration documents as necessary. Review the graduate admissions process on the International Affairs and Global Strategies website.

After You Apply

After clicking submit, you can track your application status at myUCF.

UCF operates on a rolling admission basis. You will receive an admission decision once we have received all of your supporting documentation.

Resources for Graduate Applicants