@Ghosting I think you should get in touch with an admission officer and ask her this question, but I am afraid they won’t accept letters of recommendation, but who knows, maybe they look at them. I am telling you this cuz I remember seeing somewhere on their website that letters of rec. are not important, or considered for the admission process. Your GPA is not that bad, but it would look nicer if you manage to raise it after spring and summer. I know how difficult it can be to get in UF, but I have read about a man with 2.8 or 2.9 GPA who got accepted in the Nuclear Engineering program. So, what the heck, you should apply, and then phone-call and email admission officers. They need to know how interested you are in UF. Fun fact: In 2016, out of 10,085 transfer applications, 3820 got accepted and only 3,125 enrolled. Around 700 accepted applicants did not choose UF after all; they were not that interested in that school, and therefore 700 chairs remained vacant which means the school loses money. So, maybe they’ll consider your case if you insist. Good luck!