Admissions for On-Campus M.Ed.
To start your UF graduate application, APPLY HERE* on the UF Admissions page.
*IMPORTANT: Please refer to NAVIGATING THE GRADUATE ADMISSIONS APPLICATION FOR SPHE tab below for more information on navigating the application process PRIOR TO applying.
Once you begin your application on-line, you should note the following:
LOCATION: Main Campus
DEGREE PROGRAM: College of Education, Student Personnel in Higher Education (the last degree on the list) – Master of Education
TERM: Fall 2018
ADDITIONAL INFO: n/a
You will be asked to upload your STATEMENT OF PURPOSE and RESUME. Please upload as PDF documents.
ALL ADDITIONAL SPHE departmental material (see 3 items below) must be uploaded under the Other Upload section (label it SPHE Application Materials) after you have uploaded your resume. These 3 items must be scanned or saved into 1 PDF document and uploaded as 1 document:
- UF SPHE On-Campus Department Application
- REQUIRED writing sample (3-page limit, double-spaced) that answers the following question:
- What is the role of Student Affairs professionals in the undergraduate student experience?
- UF-SFC Graduate Assistant Application Interest Form-2018
If you have questions regarding the material above, please contact: Dr. Diane Porter-Roberts
Admission to graduate programs in the College of Education is based on a comprehensive review of all application materials. Programs give strong consideration to:
- The statement of purpose
- Letters of recommendation
- Relevant work and/or life experiences
- Performance in prior undergraduate coursework (GPA)
- The Verbal and Quantitative scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE)
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited United States college or university, or a degree deemed equivalent by the University of Florida Office of Admission
- A minimum grade point average of 3.0 upper-division (last 60 credits) undergraduate work.
- Acceptable GRE Scores (In Fall 2017, for accepted and newly enrolling students, the average GRE scores were: Verbal 151 and Quantitative 151. The low and high ranges were: Verbal 143-163, Quantitative 140-168.) This particular program does not require you to submit a score for the Analytical Writing section.
Exceptions to the above requirements are made only when these and other criteria, including letters of recommendation, are reviewed by the academic unit, recommended by the college, and approved by the Dean of the Graduate School.
- University Code: 5812
- Higher Education Code: 3502
Please make sure to have all your admission material including official transcripts, official GRE scores, letters of recommendation, resume, writing sample, and department program application into the School of Human Development & Organizational Studies in Education, Student Personnel in Higher Education program by the posted deadlines.
The University of Florida and the School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, national or ethnic origin, disability, or gender.