UF Flexible Learning’s start-anytime courses are open to anyone looking for an extra course, for any reason. Admissions to the University of Florida is not required to enroll in our courses (that means we don’t require transcripts, transient student forms or anything!) just simply register for the course you want and get started in no time.
Of course, you will want to check with your academic advisor to ensure that the credits you earn from the University of Florida will transfer. There are just a few other considerations for students enrolled at other schools.
If you are a resident of the state of Florida, you will qualify to pay in-state tuition for your UF Flex class. You can prove your residency by emailing email@example.com or faxing 352-392-6950 a copy of your Florida driver’s license or state ID. Other documents will work as well, including:
Please do not send original copies, and documents must prove at least one year of residency in the state of Florida.
Several students in Florida have access to Florida Prepaid and those funds can be used for UF Flexible Learning as well! If you have this available, you will need to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please title the email with your Full name and “FLORIDA PREPAID.” Include your full name and Florida Prepaid Account Number in the body of the email.
After that, you will still need to go through our registration process. The total shown will not be charged to your card. After you complete the registration process, your fees will be adjusted by our staff. You will be charged the balance of what is not covered by your Florida Prepaid plan (remaining tuition, the Distance Learning Fee, textbooks, and sales tax). After that, Florida Prepaid will be billed for the remaining tuition balance. You may contact Florida Prepaid at 800-552-4723 if you have any questions about your plan.
Anyone who has been denied admission to UF will be asked to verify in writing that they are transferring any credits earned through Flexible Learning to another university.