University of Florida-Online is a public, online university. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,519 undergraduate students. Admissions is somewhat competitive as the University of Florida-Online acceptance rate is 61%. Popular majors include Business, Criminology, and Nursing.
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Truthfully, the best part of UF Online is my academic advisor. I've heard many friends complain about their own advisors but I simply could not relate. My academic advisor went above and beyond for me and truly seemed to care about my situation. Besides that, UF Online is well structured with great programs. However, communication with professors isn't always that great.
This is my first semester here and so far I love my classes! I cannot wait until I graduate. It is a bit pricey for being an out of state resident, but I think it will pay off.
Sometimes it is difficult to connect with professors and foster relationships. Often times professors are not located in the same city, sometimes even a different time zone. Therefore, when seeking help or recommendations it is difficult.