Prior to that time, we must return any disability documentation to the applicant.
USF requires that students have completed two units (two years) of instruction in a foreign language to be considered for admission.
Admission to USF is more competitive than ever, but the process of applying is not difficult.
Each applicant is considered individually, taking into account grades, rigor of curriculum and standardized test scores.
The Redesigned SAT was launched by the College Board in March 2016.
You may apply as early as August of your senior year.
You must complete a minimum of 18 approved units of high school work in the five core subject areas in addition to three approved academic electives.
If you graduated from high school in 2011 or thereafter, you must have completed four units of math—including one course above and beyond Algebra II.
However, you may document proficiency in a second language to meet this requirement.
In Florida, the course number that is designated to indicate a foreign language waiver is 0791920 and has a course title of "Bright Futures Foreign Language Proficiency Waiver." For a listing of ways to document proficiency in a second language for a foreign language waiver, see the Florida Counseling for Future Education Handbook.