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Pegasus Parent Program
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Hours Mon-Fri: 8am - 5pm
Phone 407-823-5105
Fax 407-823-3847
Email ucfparents@ucf.edu
Location Howard Phillips Hall 216
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The purpose of the Pegasus Parent program is to provide quality and up-to-date information to parents and family members of UCF students. Understanding that a healthy relationship between students and parents leads to a positive college experience, we aim to assist parents in their endeavor to gather any important information that enables them to help their student succeed at UCF.

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A message from Career Services
Posted on Monday, May 1st, 2017 @ 10:40am

Gaining experience with diversity and inclusion can strengthen your student’s global mindset, which currently is highly prized in the workplace. An ability to speak another language, a study abroad experience, or volunteer work with people who are different shows employers your student has an ability to understand and appreciate another culture. In turn, this provides them essential communication and teamwork skills necessary in all workplace environments.

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Join the OSSM Living Learning Community
Posted on Friday, April 21st, 2017 @ 2:36pm

We invite all first year out-of-state students to live in our Living Learning Community (LLC) in Neptune!

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Is your student in need of a MAJOR?
Posted on Friday, April 21st, 2017 @ 1:57pm
Students needing additional major and career exploration may benefit from taking the MyPlan Career Assessment through the Career Services website.

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August 20, 2017 will mark the 5th year anniversary of UCF becoming a smoke free campus.
Posted on Friday, April 21st, 2017 @ 12:49pm

In 2012 UCF joined over 700 colleges and universities from around the nation as having either a tobacco and/or smoke-free policy in place. Today, there are now at least 1827 100% smoke-free campus sites. Of these, 1536 are also 100% tobacco-free, 1400 also prohibit e-cigarette use and 701 also prohibit hookah use.

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A message from Career Services
Posted on Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 @ 9:14am

For career planning, demonstrating resilience is an essential skill your student will need to navigate the many ups and downs of the job search process. Perhaps they did not get the job or internship they wanted, or experienced a poor interview, or even received a negative performance evaluation. Sometimes during career planning, students discover that the dream career they’ve had since childhood is no longer an option due to poor performance in a required class, or maybe they experienced an injury with long-term effects on physical or mental ability. How will you and your student respond to these and other pressures?

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