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READY TO BECOME A KNIGHT?


From application deadlines to financial assistance info, you can find a ton of helpful information here. Admission to UCF is competitive, so we encourage students to apply early in their senior year of high school. By applying early, you may benefit from scholarship consideration and housing availability.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


UCF requires a minimum of 18 high school units to be considered for admission. Students must complete four years of English, four years of math (Algebra I and above), three years of science, three years of social sciences, two years of the same foreign language (in sequence) and two academic electives.

UCF superscores both the SAT and the ACT. The SAT superscore is compiled using the highest Evidence-Based Reading/Writing and Math components from all test administrations taken. The ACT superscore is compiled using the highest English, Math, Reading and Science scores from all test administrations taken. Students who completed secondary school coursework at accredited, non-U.S. institutions should visit admissions.ucf.edu/international for specific admission requirements.

Meeting minimum GPA or test score requirements does not guarantee admission.

READY TO APPLY?

If you are a high school senior or enrolling in college for the first time, please submit the undergraduate application.

TOP 10 KNIGHTS

If you are in the top 10 percent of your high school class in the state of Florida, UCF rewards your academic success with guaranteed admission to the summer, fall or spring semester.

The deadline to qualify as a Top 10 Knight is Jan. 15.

PAYING FOR COLLEGE


We believe a college education should provide lifelong benefits — not lifelong debt. More than 70 percent of undergraduate students at UCF receive some form of financial aid. Search for scholarships and be automatically matched with certain UCF and external awards through the A2O: Access to Opportunities Scholarship system.

NEED-BASED FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Awards can take the form of grants, which do not have to be repaid, work-study awards or low-interest loans. Students must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to receive full consideration for all forms of student aid. UCF’s priority deadline for filing the FAFSA is Dec. 1.

MERIT-BASED SCHOLARSHIP ASSISTANCE

Based on outstanding academic achievement, approximately 25 percent of new first-year students are awarded funds totaling more than $5 million. UCF administers hundreds of other scholarship programs established by individuals and organizations to assist our students.

COST TO ATTEND UCF*


FLORIDA RESIDENT

Tuition & Fees: $6,368

Room & Board: $10,300

Books (estimate): $1,200

Estimated Annual Cost: $17,868

NON-FLORIDA RESIDENT

Tuition & Fees: $22,467

Room & Board: $10,300

Books (estimate): $1,200

Estimated Annual Cost: $33,967

*Based upon 30 credit hours, standard room and meal plan for the 2020–21 academic year.

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