Acceptance day means more Gators on the way

By on February 13th, 2012

The University of Florida had a record number of applicants for 2012-2013
school year.  More than  11,700 applicants were accepted for the Summer B and
Fall 2012 semesters.  Director of the UF News Bureau Steve Orlando says the
university looks at much more than test scores when admitting students.

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Over 6,400 applicants are expected to enroll at U-F.


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