USF St. Petersburg admits students on a rolling basis throughout the year. Want to learn more about what makes our university special? Check out Why Choose USF St. Petersburg.
For admission requirements that are specific to you – find yourself in the list below.
The USF St. Petersburg admissions process usually begins during the summer or fall of your senior year in high school, although planning for college can start as early as your freshman year of high school. First Time in College (also known as FTIC or freshmen) are usually admitted to the University in either the summer or fall semesters.
Any student applying for admission to USF St. Petersburg is considered international if he or she:
- Is not a citizen of the United States.
- Is not a permanent resident alien, asylee, or refugee.
- Is pending permanent resident alien status.
A non-degree seeking student is a student who has not applied to a degree-seeking program. There are many different types of non-degree seeking students – transient students, senior audit students or someone who simply wants to take classes for personal enrichment or to increase his or her skill level.
Transient students (those who are earning a degree at a university other than USF, but wish to take a class here) should seek the proper transient student/cross-enrollment forms from their home institution in order to transfer credits. Check with your advisor to make sure that the courses you take at USF St. Petersburg will properly transfer to your university.
Senior Auditors are non-degree seeking students over the age of 60 who want to continue their education by taking free courses at USF St. Petersburg. These students should view the Senior Audit website and speak with the Office of Records and Registration before applying.
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If you live in another US state, territory, or outside the US, your admissions recruiter is Paul Schulz