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Admissions Events

We host several special events throughout the year that provide you with more ways to learn about and connect with UWF. Friends and family are welcome to join their student at these virtual events.


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First Time in College / Freshmen

These events are for current high school students and anyone interested in becoming a college student for the first time.

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Transfer

These events cover topics for students who have attended college after high school.


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Upcoming Events

  • Oct
    16
    State/Community College Advisor Workshop
    Topics include the transfer admissions process, transfer pathways, scholarships, academic updates, and student life.
  • Oct
    27
    Oct. 27 Argo Enrollment Series: Admissions 101
    Learn about UWF admissions steps and processes.
  • Nov
    9
    Explore UWF! Admissions 101
    Learn all about the UWF admissions process.
  • Nov
    9
    Explore UWF! Student Life
    Student involvement fosters students’ development, connection to the campus community, and collegiate success.
  • Nov
    10
    Transfer Tuesdays: Explore Edition: Admissions Nuts and Bolts
    Learn more about UWF and the transfer admissions and enrollment process.
  • Nov
    10
    Explore UWF! Financial Aid
    Nearly 70% of UWF students receive financial assistance, and UWF awarded $101M this past academic year. Learn more about grants, scholarships, and loans from the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.
  • Nov
    10
    Explore UWF! Housing and Residence Life
    Living on campus puts you in the center of the Argo life. Learn about the housing application process, housing options, and campus life.
  • Nov
    12
    Explore UWF! Academic Support Services
    Learn about the resources available to help ensure your success at UWF.
  • Nov
    12
    Explore UWF! Student Panel
    Visit with students to hear about their experiences as Argonauts.
  • Nov
    17
    Explore UWF! Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering
    The Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering prepares students for careers in science, technology, engineering, and math, fields by providing immersive learning experiences and technology.
  • Nov
    17
    Explore UWF! College of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
    The College of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities develops students of the liberal arts to be well-educated, imaginative, inquisitive, communicative, adaptable, and empathetic graduates. A wide range of academic opportunities await.
  • Nov
    18
    Explore UWF! Usha Kundu, MD College of Health
    A wide range of degree programs await those interested in the health care field. Learn about opportunities in traditional classrooms, online classes, and “real-world” experiential learning internships with community partners.
  • Nov
    18
    Explore UWF! Kugelman Honors Program
    The Kugelman Honors Program supports the highest-achieving undergraduate students at UWF with challenging academic experiences, summer study abroad programs, scholarships, research support, and a vibrant living-learning community.
  • Nov
    19
    Explore UWF! College of Education and Professional Studies
    The College of Education and Professional Studies prepares students for careers including education, law, social work, construction management, and sport management.
  • Nov
    19
    Explore UWF! College of Business
    The College of Business bridges textbook business skills with real-world problem-solving. The result is an experienced and educated workforce sought after by top firms and global corporate giants. Students are prepared for success in business.
  • Dec
    8
    Transfer Tuesdays: Preparing for Success After College
    Learn about resources and tips to help you launch your career.

ADA Statement

To request specific accommodations for this event, please contact Coordinator of Visit Experience Donte Sheppard at dsheppard@uwf.edu or 850.474.3000.

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is committed to providing an exceptional visit experience for every guest. Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person requiring special accommodations is requested to advise UWF by contacting ADA Program Office at 850.474.2694 or 711 (TTY) at least two (2) business days prior to the event. For information or to submit a request, visit the Public Event Accommodations Page or email ada@uwf.edu.