Admitted Student Checklist

Final Academic Credentials

Freshman

You must submit official academic credentials (transcripts, diploma, or external exam results) before or upon arrival at USF. Failure to submit these documents can result in an AR Hold, preventing you from registering for future courses at USF.

Either official, sealed original documents or sealed, attested photocopies of original documents of previous international school records are acceptable. International students graduating from U.S. high schools should request that official transcripts be mailed directly to the USF Office of International Admissions. Students with foreign academic work are required to submit official copies of academic records in their original language of issue, along with a certified English translation.

Academic records should include all final and official:

Transfer

You must submit official academic credentials (transcripts, diploma, or external exam results) before or upon arrival at USF. Failure to submit these documents can result in an AR Hold, preventing you from registering for future courses at USF.

Either official, sealed original documents or sealed, attested photocopies of original documents of previous international school records are acceptable. International students attending U.S. colleges or universities should request that official transcripts be mailed directly to the USF Office of International Admissions. Students with foreign academic work are required to submit official copies of academic records in their original language of issue, along with a certified English translation.

Graduate

You must submit official academic credentials (transcripts, diploma, or external exam results) before or upon arrival at USF. Failure to submit these documents can result in a registration hold, preventing you from registering for future courses at USF.

Either official, sealed original documents or sealed, attested photocopies of original documents of previous international school records are acceptable. International students attending U.S. colleges or universities should request that official transcripts be mailed directly to the USF Office of International Admissions. Students with foreign academic work are required to submit official copies of academic records in their original language of issue, along with a certified English translation.

Mailing Address for Academic Documentation

University of South Florida
Office of International Admissions
4202 E. Fowler Avenue, BEH 236
Tampa, Florida 33620
USA