Applying to UF or FSU? Then you'll need to complete the SSAR

By: Judi Robinovitz | Last Updated: October 14, 2014

Applying to UF or FSU? Don’t forget to complete your SSAR (Student Self-Reported Academic Record) instead of sending your official high school transcript. In fact, don’t send a transcript unless you’re accepted and make a commitment to attend one of these universities.

Both FSU and UF recommend that you complete the SSAR before submitting your application – and, luckily, they use the same SSAR, so you only have to complete it once if you’re applying to both of them.

Your application to UF or FSU isn’t considered complete – and won’t be reviewed – until the university also gets your application fee, SSAR, and official SAT or ACT score report. UF’s SSAR deadline is December 1.

For more information about the SSAR, visit:

 

 


Topics: Florida Public Schools Test-Prep College Application SSAR

 

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