To begin the registration process, first note the upcoming registration dates.
Now, the process is slightly different depending on which programs you are interested in and whether or not you want to take a course for college credit. Listed below are the common scenarios and basic steps. (In the steps that follow, BSHS stands for Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences, and MPH stands for Master of Public Health.)
If you are a FL resident and want to be billed at that rate, before you start filling out the on-line registration forms, please have at least TWO of the following documents handy:
To confirm your status as a FL resident, you may also need to FAX copies of these, with a residency affidavit, to the UWF Admissions Office at (850) 474-3360. The forms do not give an error if you leave these sections incomplete, so please fill them out completely to begin with to ensure your FL resident billing rate.
Medical Informatics students only:
Once you complete the steps below, send an e-mail to Dr. Robert Hoyt, MD, CAPT to let
him know that you are in the process of enrolling. He'll review your online records and
send you a confirmation message indicating any additional information that is needed.
MPH students, degree-seeking:
BSHS students, degree-seeking:
If you are applying to a degree program...
The general step-by-step registration process for degree-seeking students (other than BSHS and MPH degrees) is as follows:
Just as an FYI, here are some clarifications about common issues when using our current on-line registration process:
All tuition and fees are assessed on a per credit hour basis by the location of the course, the level of the course, and the student's residency classification for fee purposes. This UWF Enrollment Services Tuition and Fees link will take you to a web page where you can select either the “Online Campus Courses” or “Online Campus Courses with Out-of-State Fee Waiver” links to view the current costs for fully online and alternative platform delivery courses. These pages do not include materials/supplies or lab fees that may be assessed for individual courses.
This is an area we are working on, so please visit this section again to see if any new links are posted. Here is a brief list of links which may be of interest to you:
Good luck, and if there is any additional information we can add to this section, please forward to Dr. Robert Hoyt at firstname.lastname@example.org.