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So can I assume that if I haven't heard back from UCF, that I didn't get in?

No! I called yesterday because I hadn't heard and they said the graduate advisor told them they are going back through and re-reviewing applications. They hope to have all decisions out by late April. They come out in waves and as they decide, not all acceptances, then wait lists, then rejections.

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I just got accepted to UCF today! I can't believe it took so long lol. I heard from all the other schools I applied to like a month ago...


Anyway, I declined admissions. I used to be a Florida resident and was hoping I could sneak my way into getting in-state tuition by living with relatives, but they wouldn't bite, so I can't afford the out-of-state tuition.


I have a friend who goes to this school though and she loves it! Congrats to everyone accepted, and hopefully they hurry up on these decisions.

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Hello everyone! Long time lurker, first time poster. I was recently accepted to UCF, but I am an out of state resident. How difficult is it to obtain funding for this program? I looked at their cost of attendance, and it is $1194 a credit hour. That is a lot, especially since it is a 72 credit hour program! I also considered attending for a year and then applying for Florida residency. However, I called their office and was told that this was hard to do. 


I was hoping that UCF was one of those schools that would provide an out-of-state waiver to their students, but sadly, they are not.


Please help me decide! I found out yesterday and the deadline for me to accept is Monday. I have no other acceptances so far, but I am still waiting to hear back from one more school. I knew that I was going to have to borrow money for graduate school, but I am not sure if I am comfortable with borrowing $85000 over the course of two years (it is a six semester program). 


Any insight is appreciated! Thank you!

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