Top 10 Knights
CONGRATULATIONS to our 2014 Top 10 Knights!
Letters will be arriving shortly to students who have qualified for UCF’s Top 10 Knights initiative. Be on the lookout!
UCF’s Top 10 Knights program is a new initiative launched to recognize student academic achievement in high school and to provide Florida students and families with more certainty regarding the UCF admission process. To qualify, you must meet all of the requirements below.
- You must currently attend a Florida high school.
- You must rank in the top 10% of your senior class. If your school does not rank, a minimum GPA of 3.9 (based on UCF’s recalculated academic core GPA) is required to qualify.
- You must earn a minimum SAT score of 1010 (Critical Reading + Math) or 1500 (Critical Reading + Math + Writing) or ACT score of 21 with Writing.
- You must submit a completed application and provide all required documentation to the UCF Office of Undergraduate Admissions by December 31.
- You must have successfully completed at least 4 units of approved academic core math by the end of your senior year.
Admission to UCF is guaranteed by meeting ALL of the above-mentioned requirements. Admission is not guaranteed to a specific semester, but will be granted to one of our three term options: Summer, Fall or Spring.
If you qualify for Top 10 Knights and apply for admission by the December 31 deadline, you will be notified of your admission to UCF by February 15.
Top 10 Knights FAQ’s
Q. If I don’t rank in the top 10% of my high school senior class, but I still have strong academic credentials, can I still be admitted to UCF?
Q. Do I have to apply for Top 10 Knights?
A. No. You should submit your application normally through our website. Keep in mind that the deadline to be considered for the Top 10 Knights program is December 31. The Admissions Committee will then determine if you meet the requirements of this program.
Q. Who is eligible for Top 10 Knights?
A. First time in college students who currently attend a Florida high school are eligible for consideration.
Q. I am homeschooled. Can I qualify?
A. If you are homeschooled in the State of Florida, yes. You must provide a homeschooled transcript, in addition to the above-mentioned criteria by the December 31 deadline to be considered.