Admissions

UF vs. FSU Admissions

        • Freshman Admission Rates at the University of Florida:  This document details the University of Florida admission profile of a 2012 college freshman. Details include admission rates by GPA, admission rates by strength of schedule and admission rates by SAT scores. While helping to understand what kind of students are going to each school, this document helps compare the University of Florida and Florida State University with direct, numerical data. Data that can be used for direct comparison includes, but is not limited to:
      • Middle 50% of the Class
      • High School GPA of 4.0 – 4.4
      • SAT of 1810-2080
      • ACT of 27 – 29
      • Freshman Admission Rates at Florida State University:  This document details the Florida State University admission requirements for 2012 college freshman. Details include required courses, homeschool and GED information, and ACT/SAT information. While helping to understand what kind of students are going to each school, this document helps compare the University of Florida and Florida State University with direct, numerical data. Data that can be used for direct comparison includes, but is not limited to:
      • Middle 50% of the Class
      • 3.7-4.2 academic GPA
      • 26-30 ACT composite
      • 1740-1960 SAT total

Financial Aid: UF vs. FSU

The average need-based scholarship or grant award that is given out at FSU is about $3,779. At UF, the average need-based scholarship or grant award that is given out is about $6,151.

This chart shows that FSU gives 46 percent of students need-based financial aid. UF gives 60 percent of students need-based financial aid.

UF vs. FSU Tuition

FSU’s in-state tuition from 2011 to 2012 was $5,825. UF’s in-state tuition from 2011 to 2012 was $5,656. FSU’s out-of-state tuition from 2011 to 2012 was $20,992. UF’s out-of-state tuition from 2011 to 2012 was $26,933.

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