Admissions offices in South Florida and elsewhere are busy filling out paperwork, preparing paperwork, sending letters and responding to letters from applicants who have questions.
For the first time in history, applicants will have to fill out their applications before they even receive their offer letters.
The deadline for applications is Tuesday.
If an applicant receives a letter from the University of South Florida or Florida International University, the university will send a response.
If a letter is sent from the Florida Institute of Technology or Florida Atlantic University, it will not be sent.
The university says applicants should complete all required forms by Wednesday.
Applicants can submit their applications by mail or online.
For those who are still unsure, the University is offering a free test, free admission and other benefits.