If you will have fewer than 30 transferable semester hours of college course work (12 or more earned after high school graduation) by the time you enroll at UCF, you must:
- Minimally meet the first-year student high school unit admission requirements
- Minimally meet the high school academic GPA and minimum scores for the SAT Reasoning or redesigned SAT [code:5233] or ACT [code:0735]
- Have a 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 system for all college-level academic courses attempted
- Be in good academic standing (minimum 2.0 GPA) and be eligible to return as a degree-seeking student to the last institution attended
- Submission of all official transcripts from high school and all colleges attended is required.
- If you have attended any international institutions, please click here for the requirements regarding the evaluation of this credit.
- Your application will not be reviewed until all official college transcripts and all official AICE, AP, CLEP, and IB score reports (if applicable) have been received.
- Florida BOG Regulation 6.001 (7) authorizes universities to refuse admission to applicants due to past misconduct.
- Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.
- The Redesigned SAT (rSAT) was launched by the College Board in March 2016. UCF will accept both the old SAT (test administered prior to February 2016) and the Redesigned SAT (test administered March 2016 and beyond) for the 2016-17 admission cycle. While UCF will continue to superscore the SAT, we will not superscore the two versions together. We will superscore the old SAT with other administrations of the old SAT and we will superscore the Redesigned SAT with other administrations of the Redesigned SAT only. For more information on the Redesigned SAT, visit the College Board website. UCF does not superscore the ACT and will consider the best Composite score.