test image 1

About Honors

Discover more about the program, its staff, news, etc.

Read more »
test image 2

Admissions

Information for incoming freshmen, lateral admission, etc.

Read more »
test image 3

Honors Profiles

Read about current and former students and their Honors experiences.

Read more »
test image 4

Visiting

Find out how to pay us a visit.

Read more »
test image 1

Academics

Courses, research, advising: learn more here.

Read more »
test image 2

Opportunities

Scholarships, study abroad, etc.

Read more »
test image 3

Resources

Learn about housing, find forms, etc.

Read more »
test image 4

Advising

Learn how to schedule an appointment with an Honors advisor.

Read more »
test image 1

About Honors

Discover more about the program, its staff, news, etc.

Read more »
test image 2

Housing

The UF Department of Housing can answer all your questions.

Read more »
test image 3

Dean of Students

The UF Dean of Students Office has a wealth of information for parents.

Read more »
test image 4

Honors Profiles

Read about current and former students and their Honors experiences.

Read more »
test image 1

About Honors

Discover more about the program, its staff, news, etc.

Read more »
test image 2

Undergraduate Research

Resources for faculty interested in working with undergraduates.

Read more »
test image 3

Teaching for Honors

Learn how to propose an Honors course.

Read more »
test image 4

Prestigious Scholarships

Information about the Rhodes, Marshall, Truman, Goldwater, and other national awards.

Read more »

Admissions

The Honors Program admissions process for incoming students takes place after a student has been admitted to the University of Florida. The UF Office of Admissions released their decisions after 6:00pm on Friday, February 14, 2014. The Honors Program application became active starting at noon on Monday, February 17.

Students had until March 1 at 11:59pm EST to submit their Honors application online. Please note that no late applications are accepted for any reason - even if they are due to technical difficulties. We advertised the deadline on a daily basis via social media and strongly recommended that students submit their applications well before the deadline to avoid any technical difficulties. We even posted tips from the UF Computing Help Desk when needed.

This year 2255 students applied for our incoming class of 725. Honors admissions decisions were announced by UF email on March 28. Please check your spam folder if you do not see the notification in your inbox. If you are having difficulty accessing your email account, contact the UF Help Desk. Note, we do not maintain waiting lists for our program. All admissions decisions are final.

***

There are two paths for incoming first-year students:

  • Invitation - Students who meet certain criteria are invited to apply to the Honors Program. These students will use our regular application for admission.
  • Petition - Students who do not meet the criteria for invitation may still apply through our petition process which consists of an additional essay. Students whose petition essays are scored highly will have their full application considered with the rest of the applicant pool on an equal footing (the review process is blind; that is, readers have no knowledge if the application came via invitation or petition).
When students log into the Honors application, they will be taken to the regular application or the petition application automatically, based on the criteria as sent to us from the Office of Admissions.

Please make sure to review the philosophy of the Honors Program, application tips, and answers to frequently asked questions to make sure that the Honors Program matches your interests. 

The regular application deadline is March 1 annually. 

For current students in their first semester at UF, we have a lateral admission process. Students who have missed the regular application deadline or are not accepted during the regular admissions process should apply to the Honors Program through lateral admission. 

Text Only Options

Top of page


Text Only Options

Open the original version of this page.

Usablenet Assistive is a UsableNet product. Usablenet Assistive Main Page.