Tuition and Fees
UCF Student Services
UCF Golden Rule Student Handbook
Student Health Information Management Association (contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
Health Services Administration Club (contact HSAClub@gmail.com)
For the official admission requirements for each program, see the links below from the UCF Undergraduate Catalog.
For a list of scholarships available to students, see ucf.academicworks.com.
Financial aid information and application forms may be obtained at the Department of Health Management and Informatics’ office in Suite 210 in Health and Public Affairs II and in the Office of Student Financial Assistance in Suite 120 in Millican Hall.
Orientation, Advising and Registration
B.S. in Health Informatics and Information Management
After attending an orientation conducted by Undergraduate Student Services (see “College Level ” below), prospective students meet with HIIM faculty members. In addition, each student admitted to the HIIM program meets with an HIIM faculty member for academic advisement every semester.
B.S. in Health Services Administration
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The College of Health and Public Affairs’ Undergraduate Student Services office, located in Suite 115 in Health and Public Affairs II, hosts a series of college orientations aimed at providing students with specific information they will need to successfully complete a degree program in the college. These orientations are held throughout the year in conjunction with general UCF orientations (see “University Level” below). During the college orientations, students will receive academic advisement and register for classes. For specific information, visit Undergraduate Student Services or contact the office directly at 407-823-0010.
There are several different UCF orientations available for students depending on the program they are beginning. Initially, all students are required by the university to attend a general UCF orientation. These orientations are tailored to the status of the student, such as freshman or transfer student, and they aim to help students transition to the university. They provide valuable information on such important topics as class schedules, immunization requirements, financial aid and student services.
To learn more, visit UCF Orientation.
For complete information about admission requirements, see the link below in the UCF Graduate Catalog:
Prospective students must have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
To apply, prospective students must submit a UCF graduate application online. Prospective students must also submit their transcripts, a statement indicating how the program will enhance their career goals and a resume (no longer than two pages).
Students wishing to be considered for UCF fellowships must submit their GRE scores. Letters of recommendation and GRE scores are not required for other students, but they may be submitted as supplemental materials.
Admission to the program is competitive and contingent on meeting its requirements. Not all students who apply may be accepted, even if minimum requirements are met.