Becoming a Knight

If you’re ready to apply to UCF, you’re in the right place. Make sure that you have your transcripts, recommendation letters, test scores and application fees as stated below and follow the link to the UCF Undergraduate Application or the UCF Graduate Application below.

Undergraduate Applications

If you’re an undergraduate applicant, whether you’re a transfer student or a freshman, you’ll need to fill out an undergraduate application. You’ll also need to provide the following documents:

Freshmen and Transfer Students

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

If you have general questions about the undergraduate application process or requirements, visit the Frequently Asked Questions section of the UCF Admissions website.

Visit the Undergraduate Admissions freshman or transfer pages for specific requirements.

When you’re ready, submit your documents and apply to UCF via the undergraduate application.

Graduate Applications

Graduate school can be a great way to continue learning and advance both your knowledge and career. You’ll need some important documents to apply, including:

  1. Official transcripts from all the colleges you’ve attended
  2. Official test scores (GRE, GMAT, etc.)
  3. Any resumes, essays or statement, as required by program
  4. Letters of recommendation, including contact information for recommenders
  5. Florida Residency information, including scanned copies of your Florida driver’s license and vehicle and voter registration, and employment history for the past five years (if you wish to be classified as a Florida Resident for Tuition Purposes)

When you’re ready, apply online with the graduate application.