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Students must be admitted to the University; and for many courses must also be admitted to a specific program. Undergraduate students must also complete a student orientation either in person or online. All students register for courses according to the standard academic calendar and can pay the associated tuition and fees to the UCF cashier by mail, in person, or online. Online student registration is available through the myUCF portal.
You can visit the graduate admissions site, or the undergraduate admissions site, for information on the admission process. Each site includes instructions and links for completing an application online. Students who plan to enroll in Web-based or video-based programs must be admitted to the University and must follow the same admission procedures as other students. To facilitate your admission, apply early.
New transfer students should visit the office of Transfer & Transition Services for information about transferring to UCF. You can also view the KnightQuest Transfer Student Guide for answers to common questions about the transfer process.
UCF’s International Services Center provides guidance for foreign students regarding INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service) and SEVIS (Student and Exchange Visitor Information System) rules, regulations and reporting. Visit the International Services Center’s events calendar for a list of news releases and workshops of relevance to current and prospective international students.