Please visit your Future Knight Portal and log in using your email address and password. The status page will display a checklist of required documents. You can confirm receipt of documents and view your admission decision (if available).
About ten days to two weeks once your admission file is complete, meaning that your application, fee and all necessary documents have been received.
Note: Transcripts for all institutions attended and other relevant documents must be received before Undergraduate Admissions will review your application for admission.
Yes! Please visit the Undergraduate Admissions Application Frequently Asked Questions website for more answers.
- Online Undergraduate Admission application
- Pay the admission application fee online
- Official transcripts from each and every college or university attended
- If applicable: Official test scores (CLEP, IB, AICE, etc.)
- High school transcripts (if two years of a foreign language was taken)
Note: High school transcripts may be required to demonstrate completion of the foreign language admission requirement. High school transcripts are not required for transfers with an awarded A.A. degree from a Florida public community college, state college or university if initially entered fall 2014 or after.
You should submit an application to UCF once you have earned 45 college credit hours at a DirectConnect to UCF partner institution. The 45 hours may include credits transferred to the DirectConnect partner from other colleges/universities. You should complete ENC 1101 and 1102 with a grade of C or better AND two math courses at the College Algebra level or higher (MAC 1105) with a grade of C or better before submitting your application.
If you are Dual Enrolled (earning your high school diploma and Associates degree concurrently), adhere to the FTIC (not transfer) application deadlines and requirements.