Finally, the SAT essay test also helps you gauge your preparedness for college since argumentation and reasoning skills are a big part of college life and beyond.
No, first-year students are not required to live on campus.
Did you know that the new SAT (debuting in March of 2016) has a new essay format?
You now have 50 minutes to write, and the format has been totally revamped.
We suggest contacting your school(s) individually to determine how they send transcripts.
Undergraduate Admissions can accept official transcripts through U. mail or electronically when sent directly from your institution through a secure delivery service.
Electronic transcripts can only be accepted as official if they are delivered through one of the following approved transcript service providers: NOTE: If the transcript delivery service asks you to provide an email address to send transcripts to, please use [email protected]
When sending a transcript through one of the above service providers, their system may indicate that it has been delivered; however, please allow two to three weeks for UCF Undergraduate Admissions to process these documents.
Most first-year students do live on campus because of the ease of transition from home to campus life, access to university resources and the ability to make lifelong friends.
Due to restrictive state regulations, UCF is not permitted to provide online courses or instruction to students in some states.