University of North Florida SAT Scores and GPA

What are University of North Florida's average SAT scores and GPA? In this guide, we'll discuss what scores are needed for you to get admitted into University of North Florida. You'll also get to calculate your own chances with our admissions calculator.

Location: Jacksonville, FL

This school is also known as: UNF

University of North Florida Admissions Statistics

There are three critical numbers when considering your admissions chances: SAT scores, GPA, and acceptance rate. All these combine to tell you what you scores are required to get into University of North Florida.


Average SAT: 1175

The average SAT score composite at University of North Florida is a 1175.

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University of North Florida SAT Score Analysis (New 1600 SAT)

The 25th percentile New SAT score is 1090, and the 75th percentile SAT score is 1260.

In other words, a 1090 places you below average, while a 1260 will move you up to above average. There's no absolute SAT requirement at University of North Florida, but they really want to see at least a 1090 to have a chance at being considered.

Here's the breakdown of new SAT scores by section:

SectionAverage25th Percentile75th Percentile
Math575530620
Reading + Writing600560640
Composite117510901260

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Average GPA: 3.91

The average GPA at University of North Florida is 3.91. This makes University of North Florida Extremely Competitive for GPAs.

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(Most schools use a weighted GPA out of 4.0, though some report an unweighted GPA.

With a GPA of 3.91, University of North Florida requires you to be at the top of your class. You'll need nearly straight A's in all your classes to compete with other applicants. You should also have taken plenty of AP or IB classes to show your ability to excel in academic challenge.

If you're a junior or senior, your GPA is hard to change from this point on. If your GPA is at or below the school average of 3.91, you'll need a higher SAT score to compensate and show that you're prepared to take on college academics. This will help you compete effectively with other applicants.



Admissions Rate: 72.3%

The acceptance rate at University of North Florida is 72.3%. In other words, of 100 students who apply, 72 are admitted.

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This means the school is not selective. As long as you don't fall way below average, you'll likely get in.



Final Admissions Verdict

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Because this school is not selective, you have a great shot at getting in, as long as you don't fall well below average. Aim for a 1090 SAT or higher, and you'll almost certainly get an offer of admission. But if you score below this, you may be one of the unlucky few to get rejected.


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  • 80-100%: Safety school: Strong chance of getting in
  • 50-80%: More likely than not getting in
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  • 5-20%: Reach school: Unlikely to get in, but still have a shot
  • 0-5%: Hard reach school: Very difficult to get in
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Other Schools For You

If you're interested in University of North Florida, you'll probably be interested in these schools as well. We've divided them into 3 categories depending on how hard they are to get into, relative to University of North Florida.


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Reach Schools: Harder to Get Into

These schools are have higher average SAT scores than University of North Florida. If you improve your SAT score, you'll be competitive for these schools.

School Name Location SAT Avg ACT Avg
Syracuse University Syracuse, NY 1275 28
United States Military Academy West Point, NY 1270 28
Penn State University Park University Park, PA 1265 28
University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH 1265 27
Hofstra University Hempstead, NY 1250 28
Temple University Philadelphia, PA 1238 27
Seton Hall University South Orange, NJ 1231 26

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Same Level: Equally Hard to Get Into

If you're competitive for University of North Florida, these schools will offer you a similar chance of admission.

School Name Location SAT Avg ACT Avg
University of Oregon Eugene, OR 1185 25
University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, AL 1184 27
Colorado State University Fort Collins, CO 1180 26
Quinnipiac University Hamden, CT 1175 26
Ohio University Athens, OH 1170 24
University of North Texas Denton, TX 1160 23
University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, TX 1160 23

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Safety Schools: Easier to Get Into

If you're currently competitive for University of North Florida, you should have no problem getting into these schools. If University of North Florida is currently out of your reach, you might already be competitive for these schools.

School Name Location SAT Avg ACT Avg
Florida Gulf Coast University Fort Myers, FL 1135 23
Hampton University Hampton, VA 1130 22
Washington State University Pullman, WA 1125 23
University of Texas at San Antonio San Antonio, TX 1125 22
East Carolina University Greenville, NC 1105 22
Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis Indianapolis, IN 1100 22
Texas State University San Marcos, TX 1095 23

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