University of Florida (UF) received nearly 67,000 applications during the 2022-2023 admissions cycle, which represents a slight increase over last year.
According to Charles Murphy, UF’s Director of Admissions, offers of admissions were made to approximately 15,600 students to start on campus in the Summer B or Fall term. Admitted students had the following middle 50% ranges on the still-required SAT or ACT:
GPA: 4.4 – 4.6 (UF’s weighted recalculation)
SAT: 1340 – 1490
ACT: 30 – 34
UF is one of just a handful of major American research universities that are still currently requiring submission of the SAT or ACT as part of the undergraduate admissions process.
In addition, approximately 2,800 students received an offer to UF’s Pathway to Campus Enrollment (PaCE), 650 for Innovation Academy (IA), and 1,100 for a state college partnership program.
UF is located in Gainesville, Florida, a vibrant college town that offers a wide range of cultural and recreational activities. The city is surrounded by numerous state parks and springs.
University of Florida is consistently ranked among the top public universities in the United States. It offers over 100 undergraduate majors across a wide range of disciplines, and it’s a major research institution; undergraduates have the opportunity to work alongside faculty members on research projects. The university is home to more than 150 research centers and institutes, and it consistently ranks in the top in the nation for total research funding.
In addition, UF offers over 1,000 student organizations and clubs, including sports teams, music ensembles, theater groups, and academic organizations. This provides ample opportunities for students to get involved and pursue their passions outside the classroom.