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UNF holds virtual Apply in July event

Courtney Green, Managing Editor

One upside of the pandemic: an abundance of time now to make big decisions like where you will go to school next. UNF is making this decision a little easier with their virtual Apply in July opportunity.

The event will be held virtually on July 14-16, again on July 21-23, and finally July 28-30. Students can schedule one-on-one virtual appointments with admissions coordinators to receive an admissions decision on the spot, provided that the student has submitted all pertinent documentation prior to the appointment.

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