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Puerto Rico Educational Relief

UCF’s College of Graduate Studies is committed to assisting current and prospective graduate students who have been impacted by the devastation in Puerto Rico (PR) from Hurricane Maria.  Our thoughts are with the families and communities who have experienced loss as a result of the hurricane.

If you are a student from Puerto Rico and interested in enrolling a graduate program at UCF please refer to the FAQs below which may address many of your questions. 

Admissions FAQs

Is UCF giving students from PR and USVI Florida resident tuition?

UCF is offering a waiver of the out-of-state fees for spring 2018 for newly enrolled students from PR and the USVI.

If you are eligible to receive this out of state waiver benefit please note that it is a temporary waiver to allow students impacted by Hurricane Maria to continue their education during the recovery phase.  You will be responsible for all out of state fees effective the summer 2018 term.

How do I enroll in a graduate program at UCF?

In order to be considered for admission, you must apply to UCF’s College of Graduate Studies through our online application at: https://application.graduate.ucf.edu/#/. We understand that many students may not have access to their official transcripts or test scores at this time so we encourage you to apply as a non-degree seeking student for the spring 2018 term.  Once you have submitted a non-degree seeking application we will work with you and the program director for the graduate program you wish to take classes in for accommodation into the course.

If you do wish to apply to a degree-seeking program please carefully review the admissions requirements for your program of interest in our Graduate Catalog at: http://www.graduatecatalog.ucf.edu/programs/. Unofficial documents or missing admissions requirements cannot be considered for degree seeking programs. 

How much will it cost to take graduate courses at UCF?

Tuition is charged based upon the number of credit hours in which you enroll.  Please visit http://www.studentaccounts.ucf.edu/TuitionFees.cfm/TuitionFees.cfm to view the current rates.  Please make sure to select “Graduate” from the program level drop down menu.

What do I do if I still have questions?

For more information and assistance please contact gradadmissions@ucf.edu or 407-823-2766.


 

 
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