For application information, all transfer students should refer to the admission as a transfer section of the UF Undergraduate Catalog. Within space and fiscal limitations, applicants from other institutions who have satisfied minimum requirements will be considered for admission at the junior level.
Florida community college applicants to the College of Health and Human Performance must complete an Associate of Arts degree and meet all university and college-specific requirements. Admission evaluation factors include academic record, cumulative grade point average, performance in prerequisite courses, extent to which the applicant exceeds minimum requirements, and achievements and career goals as stated in the letter of intent. The admission review process is a holistic review of the applicant’s overall record and potential in the chosen academic field. Students who complete prerequisite courses outside the state system (students who attend out-of-state, private and/or international institutions) must submit course descriptions to the department adviser.
In addition to the UF Transfer Application, applicants must also complete the College of Health and Human Performance’s Letter of Intent. Transfer admission is limited and extremely competitive. Priority will be given to applicants who have completed an AA degree from a Florida Community College, per the State of Florida Articulation Agreement.
The departments of Applied Physiology & Kinesiology, Tourism, Recreation and Sport Management and Health Education Behavior accept transfer students during the Fall and Spring semesters only on a limited basis based on space and fiscal availability.
To schedule an appointment with your adviser, please do so online.