Admission Information

Explore Programs for Freshmen

At ֱ, you’ll earn more than a degree. You’ll gain valuable, hands-on experience through undergraduate research projects, real-world learning opportunities and the chance to take the lead in our 600+ clubs and organizations. Whatever your major, ֱ’s top-tier faculty will help you develop the intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, problem-solving and interdisciplinary knowledge you need to excel in your post-grad pursuits.

Undergraduate Majors

With more than 200 undergraduate majors and concentrations available, there are unlimited opportunities to discover and pursue your academic passions at ֱ.

Judy Genshaft Honors College

Discover a remarkable learning experience that combines the resources of one of the country's top research universities with the personal attention and close-knit community you'd expect from a top-tier, private institution. All majors are welcome.

Accelerated Programs

Interested in earning your bachelor’s degree in just three years? How about your MD or Doctor of Pharmacy in just seven years? ֱ makes it possible with these accelerated programs.

Dual Enrollment and Early Admission

ֱ’s dual enrollment program allows local high school students, including home school and private school students, to take postsecondary coursework at ֱ and simultaneously earn credit toward a high school diploma. As a part of dual enrollment, some student may qualify for early admission to ֱ during their final year of high school.

Guaranteed Admissions Pathway Partnership

ֱ offers the Guaranteed Admissions Pathway Partnership (GAPP), designed to strengthen university-community engagement while increasing admissions opportunities for students of underrepresented or Title I populations.

ֱ Academic Pathway Programs - Tampa Campus

ֱ's Tampa campus offers academic programs in addition to the GAPP program available on all three campuses. Student Support Services (SSS) is available to first-generation or low-income students. The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) assists students from migrant and seasonal farmworker backgrounds in completing their first year of college. ֱ Pearls serves students who have lived within the foster care system.

ֱ Academic Programs - St. Petersburg Campus

ֱ's St. Petersburg campus offers academic programs in addition to the GAPP program available on all three campuses. UMatter is available to students with intellectual disabilities. Call Me MiSTER is available to men of color committed to becoming elementary or middle school teachers. ֱ Pearls is available to students who have lived within the foster care system. Both UMatter and Call Me MiSTER are available through the College of Education.

NON-DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS

Discover our academic options for non-degree-seeking students. Programs serve dual enrollment students, senior auditors, transient and visiting students, individuals interested in certificates and more.