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  1. Exceptions
    A list of exceptions of required documentation needed to request residency classification.
  2. Fee Invoice
    Information regarding your Fee Invoice.
  3. Florida Law
    A student may qualify as a Florida resident for tuition purposes if they meet the residency qualifications based on Florida law.
  4. Florida Residency
    To qualify as a Florida resident for tuition purposes, the student (dependent or independent) must be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident alien, or a legal alien granted indefinite stay by U.S. Immigration, and must have established physical and legal residence in Florida for a least one year.
  5. Helpful Definitions
     These termswill help you understand the process of residency classification.
  6. Initial Classification
    The College of Graduate Studies determines residency for all first-time graduate students and reviews graduate student requests.
  7. Registration
    Register for courses online using myUCF at
  8. Residency for Tuition
    Useful information about residency in the state of Florida.
  9. Residency Reclassification
    The College of Graduate Studies is required to adhere to specific procedures in making determinations for residency reclassification for students who were initially classified as non-Florida residents for tuition purposes.
  10. Student Account Offices
    List of student offices that provide support regarding financial information for students at UCF.
  11. Tuition Remission
    UCF pays tuition support for qualifying assistantship and university fellowship students as part of their financial packages.
  12. Withdrawals
    The withdrawal period begins after late registration and add/drop ends.


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