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based on 557 reviews
  • Lubert from Lauderhill, FL

    Whether you are not how you will be able to be financially stable on campus, there are hiring positions for students left and right! If you do have a Federal Work Study Permit, you have the opportunity to work on campus as well and your supervisor… more read full review

    Whether you are not how you will be able to be financially stable on campus, there are hiring positions for students left and right! If you do have a Federal Work Study Permit, you have the opportunity to work on campus as well and your supervisor will accommodate your work schedule with your school schedule. Academics first! If you are worried about the tuition being too pricey, you can apply for Financial Aid at https://fafsa.ed.gov/ where you will be offered grants and even scholarships to pay your tuition. All in all, your education is valuable and a student should not have to stress about paying for their education when you want to chase your dreams. read full review

  • KATHERINE from Miami, FL

    I was wondering is UF did delayed/deferred decision? Or do they only do accepted and denied? read full review

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