Each student receives a comprehensive review of their student application portfolio. We strive to recruit a culturally-diverse class and value what an individual can contribute to the UWF community.
Our incoming freshmen typically have an average high school GPA of 3.8, ACT of 25, and SAT of 1166 (2017 model). We understand that our prospective students and their families have questions; an Admissions Counselor works with each applicant. Please don't hesitate to contact them if you have questions.
Those who successfully gain acceptance typically have engaged in a rigorous college preparatory curriculum (listed below), hold a competitive grade point average, and possess strong SAT or ACT scores.
High School Academic Courses
Eligible candidates will have the following courses completed in these subject areas at the time of high school graduation:
- 4 units - English
- 4 units - Math (Algebra I and above)
- 3 units - Natural Science
- 3 units - Social Science
- 2 units - Foreign Language - Level 1 and 2 (same language)
- 2 units - Electives from areas above
Official SAT or ACT Scores
Official SAT or ACT scores are required for an admission decision. We superscore, which means we will take the best sub sectional scores from each ACT or SAT you submit. Therefore, you should submit all SAT or ACT scores for consideration.