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The college experience isn't one-size-fits-all. For information specific to your needs, select your student type below.

High School / Dual Enrollment | First Time in College | Transfer Student | Transient StudentBachelors | International Student  | Honors | Noncredit | Parent or Advocate

All of our students can take advantage of the many free programs and services offered by CF. To learn more about career services, special programs, disability services, and more, visit the Assistance for Students home page. 

If you have already been accepted, you should head to Academic Advising to find out who your advisor is and make an appointment to have them help you get the classes that you need.

If you are not finding what you need, let us know on our request information form or call 352-873-5800. We can help!

High School Students ImageHigh School / Dual Enrollment StudentsEarn college credit while you're still in high school! The College of Central Florida offers classes to dual enrollment students at the Citrus, Levy, and Ocala campuses as well as at local high schools.
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  • First Time in College

    The college experience doesn't have to be confusing or overwhelming. Through the StartSmart@CF initiative, the College of Central Florida guides you through your first year as a college student, assisting you every step of the way. 

    ​>> Learn More about StartSmart@CF

    Transfer Students

    CF's associate degrees provide an affordable start toward a bachelor's degree, either at CF or at one of ouruniversity transfer partnerssuch as the University of Central Florida or University of South Florida.

    >> Learn about CF's Associate in Arts Degree

    >> Learn about CF's Associate in Science Degree

    Want to transfer credits to CF from another academic institution? Not a problem! Learnwhat sets CF apart, then find out about thetransfer process here.

    Transient Students Taking Classes at the College of Central FloridaTransient Students

    Students who are enrolled at another institution are eligible to take classes at CF either online or in-person at one of our campuses. CF's transient process is facilitated through FloridaShines, Florida's online learning resource center.

    If you wish to enroll at CF as a transient student, learn more about the transient application process here.

    Bachelor's Degree Students

    For students interested in obtaining a bachelor's degree at the College of Central Florida, the best place to start is by exploring the differentbachelor's degree options. Once you've chosen the degree that's right for you, an academic advisor will assist in choosing the right classes for each semester.

    And did you know that CF offers full bachelor's degrees for just $10,000? Learn more abouteligibility requirements here.

    International Students at CF

    International Students

    The College of Central Florida welcomes students from all around the world! If you'd like to attend college classes in sunny Florida, then CF is the place to be.

    For information about the F-1 Visa application process, international student housing, estimated expenses and more, visit theInternational Student Home Page.

    Honors Students at CF

    Honors Students

    The College of Central Florida offers accelerated options for high-achieving students.

    Learn about the Honors Institute, scholarship opportunities, Honors faculty, and ways to get involved by visiting theHonors Students Home Page.

    Corporate CollegeNoncredit Courses

    For anyone in interested in workforce development such as EMT training, customer service, leadership, forklift operation, and more, CF offers a wide variety of noncredit courses.

    Courses are available fully online, on campus, or at a business location.

    >> Full List of Noncredit Options

    >> Corporate College Home Page

    Parents of CF StudentsParent or Advocate

    Want to know how you can help your relative or friend succeed in college? Visit our Parents and Advocates page.

    It offers guidance on helping them choose careers or degrees, staying involved with campus activities, or getting more information through advising or our communications center.

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