9 out of 10 new jobs are offered to those with a college degree.
On average, a person with a bachelor's degree earns 46% more than someone with an associate degree.
Nearly 70% of UWF students receive financial assistance. UWF awarded more than $101 million in grants, scholarships and loans in past academic years.
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"I had been away from college for nearly 20 years and my prior focus was elementary education – not engineering. The ECE faculty is very dedicated to the success of their students and there are quite a few non-traditional students in this program, so I wasn’t worried about being the "old lady" in class."
Ronda Easley, UWF EE student, wife and former caregiver, life insurance agent and member of Tyler, Texas police department
"Our department employs high impact practices into its teaching. Our faculty teach through immersive and engaging techniques that help make the subject matter relevant and meaningful. At UWF, learning is energizing, practical and enjoyable."
Dr. Jane Halonen, Professor & APA Consultant
"After touring the road speaking, I came back to finish my degree. The professors in the Psychology department were accommodating, kind and encouraging. They supported me through every step of the journey and really made me feel I was important."
Renée Lord, Psychology Student, mother and advocate
"We have a history of working with many students in similar situations, so we know what it takes for them to succeed. Starting with one of the lowest tuition rates in the US."
Dr. Mohamed Khabou, Associate Dean HMCSE, Department Chair, Professor
"As a prior service Marine, I was all too familiar with the challenges of mental health within our veteran community. I wanted to help vets living with PTSD who felt they couldn’t talk to someone that could relate to what they were facing. UWF gave me the tools, resources and opportunity to pursue that dream."
Caleb Bailey, Psychology Student and Marine veteran
"Our program is one of a kind and unlike other Universities where there are 80 to 100 students in a class. We have about 40-50 students in our class and our students get personalized attention from our faculty."
Dr Bhuvaneswari Ramachandran, ECE Associate Professor
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