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355 Tigert Hall Gainesville, FL 32611-3115
Phone: (352) 392-3261
Admissions Phone: (352) 392-3261
General Site: www.ufl.edu/
Admissions: http://www.admissions.ufl.edu
Application: http://www.admissions.ufl.edu/


Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Gatorgal
  • Jul-30-2014 I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    - Once you have gotten into the University, if you're planning on applying to the Honors College, do not delay! The deadline comes up fast and if you miss it, you'll have to apply laterally during the fall semester and your high school achievements will not be considered. - The students who are admitted are extremely diverse, find your own personal way to shine, whether it be leadership, academics, service or a job and this University will take into consideration your personality when reading your application.

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  • Teresa from Gainesville, FL
  • Jul-30-2014 I am a current student here

    Join a club. UFAA is one of my favorites. Listen to those around you, including teachers, alumni, and fellow students. Never buy your books from the campus bookstore. Enter with as many credits as you can manage.

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  • Destiny from West Palm Beach, FL
  • Jul-02-2014 I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    Orange and Blue will multiply in your closet, don't try to stop it! The stadium is a great place to study on days there isn't a football game. Make sure you use all the campus resources available (you're actually paying for most of them anyways). Don't be afraid to try something new.

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  • Logan from Palm Bay, FL
  • Jun-17-2014 I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    Check out their website for scholarships to see if there is one for your county or high school.

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  • Tori from Jacksonville, FL
  • Jun-11-2014 I am a current student here

    1. Make sure you physically attend class whether you want to get up in the morning or not. Attendance is more important than it may seem at first. *If you do skip class, you soon see the consequences of doing so. 2. Find a job on campus. Campus jobs are more convenient to get to and more likely to understand you are a college student. 3. Get involved immediately. Don't wait until sophomore or junior year to start joining organizations. Start as a freshman. Involvement is critical. 4. Don't overload yourself. Time management is so vital in college & maybe registering for that extra 3 credit class can wait until next semester. Give yourself time. Challenge is great but don't hurt yourself by putting more on your plate than you can actually handle. 5. Meet people!!! Make friends with your classmates, professors, club members, and even the lonely person eating alone in the dining hall. It's important to have good relations so that you can have connections everywhere and for everything whether it's studying, a letter of recommendation, or even someone to keep you company at any meal! Networking is rewarding throughout your entire life, and it's never too soon to start making connections that will reward you later on.

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