Numerous news outlets, including this one, have reported on proposed legislation that could significantly impact many Florida students. It’s an interesting – even controversial – story that we’ll follow closely. According to a bill sponsored by Rep. Randy Fine (R-Palm Bay), students and their families could see the following changes to both their choices and funding for post-secondary education.Read More
According to UF admissions, if you’re applying to become a freshman, you must submit a personal essay that allows admissions to get to know who you are. The word count limit is specified in the two application platforms – either the Coalition or Common Application, the latter of which UF is accepting for the first time this year. Here are the essay prompts from which to chooseRead More
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