I have some more questions about scholarships. Does UNF give out any full ride scholarships, and if so, what do I need to get this scholarship? (like grades or act/sat scores). What other scholarships can I get that pays for a lot of the college tuition and dorm expenses?
How many Blue and Gold & Blue and Silver scholarships are awarded each year? Also is there a minimum SAT required for the Blue and Gold? In the brochure it says 1200 but on another area in the UNF website it doesn't mention a minimum SAT score. Is there no minimum SAT score required for the Blue and Silver? Thank you.
What are the mean and median GRE or GMAT scores and GPA's for those accepted into the MHA program?
Can the MHA be started in the spring or only in the fall? When is the earliest I can apply for a 2013 start?
And finally, I finish my undergrad work at the end of August but my degree will not be conferred until November 15th? Can I apply with a transcript that is not showing degree conferral until my final transcript is available?
We award based on funding, so the number of scholarships awarded varies each year. The minimum for the Blue & Gold is 3.5 recalculated is 1200 SAT / 25 ACT. The minimum for Blue & Silver is 3.0 recalculated GPA, and there is no minimum test score. These minimum criteria may be changing next year, but this is what was used for this year's awarding. Both of these scholarships are competitive, which means they also required an essay submitted by the posted deadline (which was November 18, 2011).
You will need to contact our Graduate School for the most up-to-date information. UNF - Graduate School - Home You can use the live chat function or you can click contact for information on other ways to contact them.
Is having to complete a scholarship interview a good or bad thing? In order to see which merit based scholarships I received, I have to have an interview with Adrian Milford. I'm just wondering if this is a good sign or not?
Not sure if you can help me. I'm a undergraduate student with 44 semester hours earned and I'm hoping to transfer to UNF, I have not received my A.A. but I have a 4.0 high school GPA, took mostly dual enrollment and Honors courses, and participated in a few activities in school as well as volunteered at the local humane society and I've been employed for the past year. My current college GPA is a 3.53, and my SAT score is an 1170 math and verbal, and an 1800 with writing. I just completed my application for UNF and I am waiting to send my transcripts. I just wanted to know how many lower level transfer students you tend to accept for the fall semester, as well as if my chances are looking good at getting into UNF right now, or if I should just get my A.A. first and then transfer? Not sure if you can answer some of those questions but thanks in advance!!
Depending on enrollment, we sometimes tighten restrictions for lower-level transfer students, so our requirements tend to be a moving target. Regardless, it sounds like your academic record is impressive, and, unless you are missing required classes from your high school record, you should be in good shape for transfer admission. We are openly accepting applications at all levels for Summer as well as Fall 2012 terms, so if you are interested I encourage you to apply now. You can visit our website at UNF - Admissions - Apply Now to start that process. Call us if you have any questions - (904) 620-5555. Good luck!
I want to transfer to UNF and am wondering my chances of being accepted. I have a 3.5 gpa from high school, a 1210 on the sat, and 28 on the act. I have approximately 80 credits and have a low gpa at the university I am currently attending.
Our transfer admission standards fluctuate depending on the applicant pool and the number of seats available, but right now we are requiring a transfer GPA around a 2.3-2.5. We will not count your high school GPA toward this number, so this would be cumulative from all college coursework you have completed. As long as all 80 of your credits are transferable to UNF, you would be considered an upper-level transfer, so we would only be making our decision based on your college coursework. If you had fewer than 60 transferable credit hours, you would've been considered a lower-level transfer so we would've been making our decision based on college coursework and high school coursework/test scores. Hope this helps. Good luck to you!