For application information, all transfer students should refer to the admission as a transfer section of the UF Undergraduate Catalog. Within space and fiscal limitations, applicants from other institutions who have satisfied minimum requirements will be considered for admission at the junior level.
Florida community college applicants to the College of Health and Human Performance must complete an Associate of Arts degree and meet all university and college-specific requirements. Admission evaluation factors include academic record, cumulative grade point average, performance in prerequisite courses, extent to which the applicant exceeds minimum requirements, and achievements and career goals as stated in the letter of intent. The admission review process is a holistic review of the applicant’s overall record and potential in the chosen academic field. Students who complete prerequisite courses outside the state system (students who attend out-of-state, private and/or international institutions) must submit course descriptions to the department adviser.
In addition to the UF Transfer Application, applicants must also complete the College of Health and Human Performance’s Letter of Intent. Transfer admission is limited and extremely competitive. Priority will be given to applicants who have completed an AA degree from a Florida Community College, per the State of Florida Articulation Agreement.
The departments of Applied Physiology & Kinesiology, Tourism, Recreation and Sport Management and Health Education Behavior accept transfer students during the Fall and Spring semesters only on a limited basis based on space and fiscal availability.
Transfer Admissions Requirements:
Transfer admission is competitive in the College of Health & Human Performance with only a few spaces allotted for transfer applicants. To qualify (minimally) for admission into the College of Health & Human Performance (HHP), transfer applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Completion of a minimum of 60 transferable credit hours (preference extended to students earning an AA degree from a State of Florida community college);
- A minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA (with the exception of Athletic Training which requires a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA);
- Completion of the required prerequisite courses with a minimum prerequisite GPA. Note: Preference will be extended to students who have completed a majority of prerequisite courses at time of application. See below list of degree programs available.
- Completion of the Letter of Intent application;
- Prospective transfers from Florida public community colleges can refer to the Common Prerequisite Manual using the Florida Virtual Campus website.
- For general transfer admission information, deadlines and application, please visit the UF Office of Admissions website.
HHP Undergraduate Degree Programs: On-campus
- Applied Physiology and Kinesiology
- Athletic Training
- Health Education
- Tourism, Event and Recreation Management
- Sport Management
HHP Undergraduate Degree Programs: Online
Transfer Admission Process
Applying for admission as a transfer student to the College of Health & Human Performance involves the following steps:
Complete & submit the online University of Florida undergraduate admissions application. The application and fee must be submitted to the UF Office of Admissions, along with transcripts from all colleges and universities attended. The Office of Admissions may also require a high school transcript to verify applying students have met the State University System’s Foreign Language Requirement. Questions regarding the Foreign Language requirement should be directed to the Office of Admissions.
Submit the College of Health & Human Performance application materials. These materials are to be returned directly to the College of Health & Human Performance and include:
- Letter of Intent
- Résumé (provided by applicant)
Mail these materials to the department you are applying to for admission. Departmental addresses can be found on page 2 of the letter of intent application. All materials must be received by the published transfer admission deadlines.
The College of Health & Human Performance will evaluate your admission application to determine whether you meet admissions requirements. Admission evaluation factors include academic record, cumulative GPA, performance in prerequisite coursework, extent to which the applicant exceeds minimum requirements, and achievements and career goals as stated by the student. The admission review process is a holistic review of the applicant’s overall record and potential in the chosen academic field.
The UF Office of Admissions will notify you of your admission decision in writing generally within eight weeks of the transfer application deadline. Applicants can also check admission status online through the Office of Admissions website.
If admitted, you will receive a welcome letter from the College of Health & Human Performance outlining any conditions of your admission, as well as the next steps to take.