Students who are unable to take the SAT or ACT can submit an academic portfolio instead, consisting of two academic references and a 500-750 word writing sample. We suggest submitting a paper you submitted for a class!
Of course! We hope that it will be a “normal” semester with all our students back on campus. (We love to be together.) However, if that ends up not being possible because of public health issues, we will make sure every student is able to take classes online until the pandemic is over. It won’t be ideal, but we’ll make it work – and being on campus at JUFL is worth waiting for!
There is no deadline. You can pay your enrollment fee to commit to Johnson University whenever you are ready.
You can request your final transcripts from your high school after you graduate. Don’t worry if it will take a while to get them to us. We are being flexible.
If you have college transcripts or took dual enrollment classes in high school, we will also need to request a final copy of your high school transcripts to be sent to us. Again, we understand the unique circumstances surrounding COVID-19 and we are being flexible.
The Educational Testing Service (ETS) is temporarily offering the TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition test. The test is identical to the one taken at the testing center in terms of content, format, and on-screen experience. You can access their website and make sure the test is offered in your country or location. Also, feel free to contact our Admissions Office for more information.
Email , the Resident Director, or call 407-569-1169.
Fill out the Housing Application located on the Johnson Student Portal and submit $100 for your housing deposit.
Not necessarily. Students who are looking to live off campus can complete a Petition to Live Off Campus form.
No. All housing deposits are separate from the cost of housing. Housing deposits stay on a student’s account until they move out of campus housing.
Yes! Students who check out properly leaving their apartment clean and with no damages will receive their housing deposit back after they move out of campus housing.
Yes! All students enrolled in classes will be assigned a mailbox located in the Student Union Building.
1011 Bill Beck Blvd. Box #______
Kissimmee, FL 34744
All campus housing at JUFL is apartment-style. A typical apartment on campus has two bedrooms, a living room, a full kitchen, and a full bathroom. The living room is equipped with a couch. The kitchen is equipped with two bar stools, a refrigerator, an oven, a sink, and cabinets for storage. Each bedroom is equipped with two twin beds, two desks, and two dressers (two students assigned per bedroom, four students per apartment).
There are options for roommate requests on the housing application. If you have already filled out the housing application, you can submit a request to the Resident Director via email. Roommate requests are considered but are not guaranteed.
Yes! All resident students must be in their designated apartment building from the hours of 12:00 a.m. to 5:30 a.m. Sunday through Thursday nights. On Friday and Saturday nights, curfew is extended to 1:00 a.m.
The Student Handbook is the place to go.
Yes! Our students are allowed to have cars on campus.
Our Latino Community Liaison works very closely with the Enrollment Services team to best serve Spanish-speaking families with translation and advising about resources on and off campus. Our team has three bilingual staff members who are always happy to assist prospective students navigate the admissions process, including financial aid information.
Yes, you can. A Consortium Agreement is used when a student wishes to take a course(s) at another university but wishes to apply those credits to their program at JUFL. This student will receive aid that will apply to the amount of credits they are taking at the other university and JUFL.