Yes, All ECE Advisors require students to include their UFID numbers in email correspondence. Including your, UFID will assist your advisor in reviewing your file.
Contact your grad advisor via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on applying for graduate housing, see the UF Family and Graduate Housing Page.
It can take several weeks for your scores to be posted to your application after you request them from ETS. Please allow a few weeks for your application status to be updated before you contact the ECE Department. If the… Read More
It can take a week or more for the Office of Admissions to match your documents to your application once they are received. Please keep tracking information for any documents sent to the Office of Admissions and verify that they have… Read More
You can check the status of your UF application here.
Most admissions decisions are sent between March and May. If any application materials are received after the application deadline, expect significant delays in getting your decision.
We do! If your background is in physics or a different engineering field, you may be required to take up to three undergraduate ECE courses after you are admitted. Students with non-STEM backgrounds may need to take undergraduate courses in… Read More
No, unofficial transcripts can be used for the review process.
All application materials, including letters of recommendation and official standardized test scores, should be received by the University of Florida by the application deadline.