- Log in to MyUWF
- Search and select the "Application Status" app
- Select the Application/Term from the "Details" button
- You are looking at your UWF application status
To pay online, use the online payment option when you submit your online application. This is your only opportunity to pay the application processing fee online. The fee can also be paid by check or money order, in US currency only, drawn on a U.S. bank and payable to the University of West Florida. If payment is made by check or money order, please reference the applicant's full name, UWF ID, and date of birth. Please mail the check or money order to the following address:The University of West Florida
11000 University Pkwy., Bldg. 20E
Pensacola, FL 32514-5750
No, we require an official transcript from every institution ever attended regardless of whether or not a degree was earned. Official college transcripts should be mailed to the following address:The University of West Florida
11000 University Pkwy., Bldg 11
Pensacola, FL 32514-5750
The UWF Graduate School is unable to accept electronic, secure transcripts directly from other institutions unless it is a Florida institution that uses the FASTER transcript system. When requesting transcripts from your current or previous institution, please be sure to specify that you need a hard-copy transcript sent to UWF.
You should submit official copies of any/all academic work (secondary school and any post-secondary college or university) to a credential evaluation company for a course by course credit evaluation with grade point average calculation. Request that both the evaluation and the official transcripts be submitted to the Admissions Office directly for processing when available.
The Academic Technology Center (ATC) is responsible for UWF's Online Campus (OLC). The OLC supports all fully online, blended, and web-conferencing degree and certificate programs. The OLC website provides one-stop shopping for distance learning students to assist in planning online degrees, certificates, and educational experiences. Students may access the website for advisement, admissions procedures, registration, information about taking online classes, and graduation. The Online Campus provides many helpful tips and links to the same quality services and student support available on our University of West Florida campuses. Students participating in the Online Campus will have access to advisors, military education coordinators, and others to assist the online learner's overall educational experience.
There is also an Online Writing Lab (OWL) to help students with any writing issues.
Students seeking an MBA must also meet the following requirements:
- Be admitted to the program
- Complete degree requirements compliant with the time to degree policy (earning a "C" grade or better and maintain an overall graduate MBA grade-point average of 3.0 or better)
- Apply for a federal PIN (student and parent). The PIN will serve as your electronic signature on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). PINs are issued electronically in "real time," meaning you can elect to receive your number immediately on the PIN website or via email. Otherwise, it will be mailed to you through regular mail in 7-10 days.
- Complete the FAFSA, available online at fafsa.ed.gov.
- Enter UWF's financial aid school code (003955) in Step 6 on the FAFSA form.
- The results, called a Student Aid Report (SAR), will be electronically transmitted to UWF. If you use your PIN to sign the FAFSA and provide an email address, the results will be available in 1-3 days electronically. If the results are sent through regular mail, you will receive a SAR in 2-3 weeks.
- Submit an application for admission to UWF. No offer of financial aid will be made until you have been accepted for admission to UWF.
- You must complete the FAFSA every year.
As an Online-Only program student you do not need to complete the University online orientation through the. Office of Admissions
Once you are admitted to the program, further instructions are provided in the departmental admission email regarding online resources.
Please bookmark http://onlinecampus.uwf.edu/pdfs/studentOrientationPDF.cfm so that you have all the information you need as an online-only student. Especially note the links "Get Started at UWF" and "Getting Ready for Class"
A student can only drop a course during the add/drop period. The add/drop period is for a very limited time at the beginning of the course, typically the first week. Please check the Academic Dates and Deadlines to review the dates of the add/drop period for the specific term or semester in which you are enrolled.
If a student does not drop a class by the add/drop deadline, there is the option of withdrawing from the course during the withdrawal period. The grade of "W" appears on the student's academic record (transcript) and the student will be held financially responsible for the course(s). The grade-point average is not affected by a withdrawal but a withdrawal may affect the student's satisfactory academic progress. A partial refund of fees is possible early in the withdrawal period. Please check the Academic Dates and Deadlines to review the withdrawal deadlines.