Header 1Apply Today Post 1 First-year Students U.S. Student Application (Full-time students moving from high school to college) Printable U.S. Student Application Printable Teacher Evaluation Form International Student Application Intensive English Language Program Application (International students) Transfer Students Transfer Student Application Transfer Student Recommendation Form (must submit to process your application) International Student Application Graduate Students U.S. General Graduate Student Application (Use this application if applying for the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.), MBA, Weekend DPT Program, Master of Arts in Education, Master of Rhetoric and Writing, Master of Health Informatics, Master of Environmental Sciences and Health Management, and Master of TESOL) International Student Graduate Application Athletic Training Centralized Application Service (ATCAS) - Use the ATCAS application system if applying to the Athletic Training Program. Physical Therapist Centralized Application Service (PTCAS) - Use the PTCAS application system if applying to the Traditional Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. Central Application Service for Physician Assistants (CASPA) - Use the CASPA application system if applying to the Physician Assistant Program. Occupational Therapist Centralized Application Service (OTCAS) -Use the OTCAS application system if applying to the Master of Occupational Therapy Program. Additional Student Types Re-Admission Application Former students who wish to re-enter UF after an absence of two or more years. Degree Completion ApplicationStudents applying to UF's online business management degree completion program. Transient Student ApplicationStudents who want to take a course at UF and transfer the credits back to their home college. Non-Degree ApplicationIndividuals who are not interested in degree program, but wish to take courses. This application is for undergraduate and graduate courses. College Credit Plus (Post-Secondary & Dual Enrollment)High school students interested in enrolling in college courses for high school and/or college credit.