Overview

University of Florida admissionsUniversity of Florida was established in 1853 and is set on about 2,000 suburban acres. With over 34,000 undergraduate and 17,000 graduate students, the campus is the second largest public school in Florida and the seventh largest school in the United States. The school is well-known for its graduate programs in engineering, the Hough Graduate School of Business, the Levin College of Law, and the College of Medicine.

The university is a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), which is comprised of 61 of the top US and Canadian research institutions. UF is actually one of the largest research schools in the country, as the university usually contributes around $8 billion to the state’s economy. University of Florida has been praised for its work in the field of biotechnology research as well.

University of Florida applicationThere are more than 16 colleges and 150 research centers that belong to the University of Florida. The most popular majors for undergraduates are social sciences; business, management, marketing, and related support services; engineering; biological and biomedical sciences; and health professions. The student to faculty ratio is about 20 to 1, and 48% of classes have fewer than 20 students. The school also has a Reserve Officer Training Corps, which is an official officer training and commissioning program. It was established in 1905, making it one of the oldest ROTC programs in the country.

There are plenty of opportunities for social activities on campus. About 21% of men belong to a fraternity and 25% of women belong to a sorority. The Greek groups are separated into four sections: the Interfraternity Council (IFC), National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), and the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC). The on-campus organizations are ruled by the student government, which has an annual budget of $20 million. University of Florida gator (It is one of the largest in the United States.) Students can also get involved with the Independent Florida Alligator, which is the largest student-run newspaper in the nation.

The athletic scene is very active at University of Florida. The Gators compete in the NCAA Division I Southeastern Conference. They also have a long history training Olympic athletes. Students on campus are very engaged in the sports scene. The annual Gator Growl is actually the largest student-run pep rally in the world. Students interested in a lively on-campus atmosphere and challenging academics should look into University of Florida.

Admissions

Acceptance Rate

University of Florida acceptance rate

Average GPA and Class Standing

UF average GPA and top 10% in high school

SAT Range (25 to 75 Percentile)

UF SAT score

ACT Range (25 to 75 Percentile)

UF ACT test score

Admissions Information

Freshmen Admissions
Number of 2017 (Class of 2021) applicants: 34,553
Enrolled: 6,600
Yield: 50%
Acceptance rate: 38%

Grades
Average GPA: 4.2 – 4.5
Top 10% of High School: 732%

Middle SAT Range (25 to 75 Percentile)
SAT Critical Reading: 580-680
SAT Math: 600-690
SAT Writing: 580-680

Middle ACT Range (25 to 75 Percentile)
ACT Composite: 27-31
ACT English: 25-32
ACT Math: 25-30
ACT Writing: 8-9

Standardized Test Requirements

UF requires the SAT/ACT SAT/ACT required

U Florida does not require the writing portion Writing portion not required

University of Florida does not require the SAT subject tests SAT Subject Tests not required

Score Card

Graduation Rates

UF graduation rates

Loan Defaults and Rhodes Scholars

University of Florida score card

Salary After Attending

Campus Safety

Score Card Information

Graduation Rates
4 years: 67%
6 years: 87%

Transferred to another school: 2%
Loan default rate: 2.1%
Total Rhodes Scholars: 12
Salary after attending: $53,100

Campus Safety
Sex offenses: 16
Robberies: 4
Aggravated assaults: 6
Burglaries: 21
Car thefts: 12

Financial Aid

Total Cost and Total Expected Cost of Attendance

University of Florida financial aid

Average In State Net Price By Income

Student Debt

Additional Information

In-state tuition, room and board (2018-2019): $16,500

Total Estimated Cost of Attendance (2018-2019)
In-state: $21,210
Out-of-state: $44,288

Net Cost (in-state)
Average: $14,761

By income
$0 to $30,000: $6,768
$30,001 to $48,000: $7,227
$48,001 to $75,000: $8,732
$75,001 to $110,000: $11,716
$110,001 and more: $16,950

Graduates with student debt: 41%

Average student debt at graduation: $21,645

Student Body

Student Residence

Undergraduate Class Sizes

UF undergraduate class sizes

Student to Faculty Ratio

Student Population

Additional Information

Student to Faculty Ratio: 20 to 1
Women: 55%

Undergraduate Class Sizes
Under 20: 48%
20 to 39: 30%
40 to 99: 15%
100+: 7%

Student Population
Total: 52,367
Undergraduate: 34,554

Student Residence
In State: 88%
Out of State: 8%
International: 4%

UF student body

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This page was last updated in May 2018.