Not all applications for Florida universities are created equal. There are important differences and knowing them can save you time, effort and frustration in the application process.
Students need to complete many - but not all - profile secions of the Coalition App to get into the UF and FSU su-apps.
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Linking your SSAR (Self-reported Student Academic Record) Applicatoin
UF requires you to submit your SSAR before you can link it to your UF application.
- Start the process on the wbsite:https://one.ud.edu/login/applicant
- Click on "Lig-In with Coalition/CollegeNet
- Enter your Caolition username (email) and password
- On the next screen, in the topleft-hand corner click on "Check Application Status".
- In the gray box that appears on the status page, click on "link the SSAR to your application"
- A window will appear for your SSAR email address and password; enter the information and click "Enter".
- You'll then see a pop-up window indicating that the SSAR has been successfully linked
- Check you application status again in a few days to ensure UF received your application and SSAR.
FAU requires you to submit your application before you can link your SSAR to it. After submitting your FAU application, you’ll you receive a confirmation email that your application has been received. Click on the link "Self- Reported Academic Record" in your confirmation email to go to your SSAR.
FL Poly: asks you to enter your SSAR code into the application: You can complete your SSAR here.
FSU tells you that “Upon completion of the SSAR, you will be given a SSAR ID Number that must be provided to Florida State to allow us to retrieve your SSAR. You will be asked to provide the SSAR ID Number in Part II (Checklist) of the application for admission or you can provide your SSAR ID Number through your Online Status Check.”
New College: After submitting your Common App, New College will send you an email with a customized link and PIN so you can access your Applicant Status page. On that page will be a link to the SSAR website. This will allow you to create a new SSAR (or link your existing SSAR) with your Common App ID.
Hopefully, all of these datails help you in your application process.