To request additional information about any of the UWF Online Campus programs, please complete and submit the Online Program Information Request. Completion of this application does not commit you to UWF in any way; it will only provide you with more specific written information about the program of interest. Once you are ready to make application to a UWF Online program, please complete the steps below.
To apply for admission to any online undergraduate or graduate program, please complete the steps below. If applying for an online certificate or just want to complete a few online courses at UWF, begin by completing the Non-Degree Seeking Student Documentation (See Important Note information below).
Note: International graduate students in F-1 visa status are required to take 6 credit hours of face-to-face coursework per semester, according to 8 CFR 214.2 (f) (6) (i) (G). Please be aware of this if/when you are applying to a fully online program.
Step 1: Complete and submit the appropriate online application form by the deadlines below:
Deadlines: You must submit your application and all supporting documentation for program admission by the following dates:
Step 2: Complete and submit the Online Program Information Request (if not already submitted)
Step 3: Once admitted to your online program, you are ready to contact the appropriate academic department for program advising.
Step 4: Florida state law and UWF Student Health Policy requires that All students comply with the 1) Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR), and 2) Meningitis/Hepatitis B immunization requirements Before registering for academic courses. An "Immunization Hold" is automatically placed on new student records which prohibit course registration until proof of immunization or immunization waiver forms(below) are received and processed.
New students registering for Only online courses and who will not be physically present in any UWF classroom or on any UWF campus may 1) download, 2) complete, and 3) return Both the Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) and Meningitis/Hepatitis B waiver forms below. Once both completed waiver forms are submitted and processed, the "Immunization Hold" will be removed and new students can proceed with course registration.
The two completed forms must be signed and returned to Student Health Services via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), via fax (850-857-6100), or by mail to: Student Health Services, 11000 University Parkway, Bldg 960, Pensacola, FL 32514. If mailing documentation, you must include your name, date of birth, and UWF ID number.
For more information on Immunization requirements and waiver information, students should visit the Student Health Services website at: http://www.uwf.edu/healthcenter/ImmRequirements.cfm
Step 5: When advising has been completed you are ready to register for coursework using your online student MyUWF account.
Note: It is recommended that you review the University of West Florida Navigation Guide (pdf) that provides additional assistance and information regarding admission, registration and related services at UWF.