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Title: University of Florida : Strength in numbers : 300
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As you begin deciding which university or college will best meet your
needs, you'll look at what distinguishes each institution, and how
those differences will affect your life at college, learning experience
and career aspirations. The University of Florida connects students
with opportunity by providing them with world-class facilities,
respected faculty, and a vibrant and diverse campus community.
Our national reputation and impressive rankings, some of which are
printed in this brochure, can make a huge difference to you as you
prepare for a career or graduate school. This brochure of statistical
information will help you learn more about the University of Florida.
We believe you will agree that there's strength in our numbers.








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100+ Undergraduate Majors
Accounting
Advertising
Aerospace Engineering
Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Agricultural Education and Communication
Agricultural Operations and Management
Animal Sciences
Anthropology
Applied Physiology and Kinesiology
Architecture
Art
Art Education
Art History
Asian Studies
Astronomy
Biology, Integrative
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Botany
Building Construction
Business Administration, General Studies
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Classical Studies
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Computer and Information Sciences
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Creative Photography
Criminology
Dance
Decision and Information Sciences
Digital Arts and Sciences
East Asian Languages and Literatures
Economics
Education, Early Childhood
Education, Elementary
Electrical Engineering
Engineering Science
English
Entomology and Nematology
Environmental Engineering
Environmental Management in Agriculture
Environmental Science
Family, Youth, and Community Sciences
Finance
Fire and Emergency Services
Food and Resource Economics
Food Science and Human Nutrition
Forest Resources and Conservation
French
General Business (online program)
Geography
Geological Sciences
Geomatics
German
Graphic Design
Health Education and Behavior
Health Science
Pre-Physical Therapy
Pre-Occupational Therapy
Rehabilitative Services
History
Horticultural Science
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Interdisciplinary Engineering Studies
Interdisciplinary Studies Majors


Ways to Apply- Early Decision, Regular Decision I, Regular Decision II

Early Decision is for students who have selected UF as their first choice, and they sign a contract agreeing to
enr..ll in the university, if admitted, and withdraw appic.aLi:.rlon from all other nsrtii.jl.:,r-i.. They also pay a tuition
deposit within 30 days. Only applicants who are certain they will enroll at the University of Florida, if admitted,
should consider applying for Early Decision. Regular Decision I is non-rincnr-ig and a student may consider
admission to other institutions. Regular Decision II is non-cinding and refers to students who apply past the
Regular Decision I deadline,
www.admissions.ufl.edu
UF is committed to nondiscrimination with respect to race, creed, religion, age, disability, color, sex, sexual orientation,
marital status, national origin, political opinion or affiliations, or veteran status.


Interior Design
Jewish Studies
Journalism
Landscape and Nursing Horticulture
Landscape Architecture
Linguistics
Management
Marketing
Materials Science and Engineering
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Microbiology and Cell Science
Music
Music Education
Natural Resource Conservation
Nuclear and Radiological Engineering
Nuclear Engineering Sciences
Nursing
Packaging Science
Philosophy
Physics
Plant Science
Political Science
Portuguese
Pre-Pharmacy
Psychology
Public Relations
Quantitative Sciences
Religion
Russian
Sociology
Soil and Water Science
Spanish
Statistics
Telecommunication
Theatre Performance
Theatre Production
Tourism, Recreation and Sport Management
Turfgrass Science
Visual Art Studies
Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
Women's Studies
Zoology


20 Colleges and Schools

Fisher School of Accounting
College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
M.E. Rinker Sr. School of Building Construction
Warrington College of Business Administration
College of Dentistry
College of Design, Construction and Planning
College of Education
College of Engineering
College of Fine Arts
School of Forest Resources and Conservation
College of Health and Human Performance
College of Journalism and Communications
Levin College of Law
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
College of Medicine
School of Natural Resources and Environment
College of Nursing
College of Pharmacy
College of Public Health and Health Professions
College of Veterinary Medicine


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5 8- 4.35 UF calculated GPA of the middle 50 percent of students admitted to the 2005 freshman class
1210-1380 The middle 50 percent of SAT scores of :lj'ii-tte._i students to i-e 2005 freshman class
The new SAT and ACT .'.riti-i. riltirg section .-. ill be required for students applying for
SLi.UrYi,-r r tl 2006 and beyond. UF will not use results of SAT tests taken prior to
March 2005 or the ACT iii'-it the optional '... iring section.


11,200
Average number of
degrees awarded
each academic year


902 Campus Buildings


UF students registered in 2005 to
O volunteer their time to campus or
commu service projects
commu' it2' service projects


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Intramural and club sports a a.lial:le
at UF from badminton to .. re-.rtir-,
and 56 other -: in between


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SEC rankings of UF '.:a .ebtll,
men's b-.:la~etbt- ll, men's c r:,-
country, men's swimming, men's
and women's 'ernnis, men's track
and field, and v::le, ball


www, ufl. edu/athletics/


Sst Our ranking among all public
universities in the recruitment of
National Merit and National
Achievement scholars


1,192 (and rising)


IB students in the 2005 freshman class- more than any other institution in the world.


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Total UF enrollment


Value in -nillion:r of scholarships and finrn,: ial aid
awarded to UF students
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"Princeton Review" ranks UF as one of the top
10 best college values 'n the Uniited States


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50 & 130
U.S. states and foreign
countries that are home
to your UF friends


41 UF sponsored study-abroad
programs offered in 25 countries


were in the top 10 of their high school graduating class


Faculty to student ratio


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