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It’s only been three months since the University of Central Florida’s fall semester began and we are quickly approaching the end of the term. I would like to take a moment and thank all family members and friends who support the academic goals of our students. During the summer and fall semesters, we transition approximately 14,000 new Knights who are now pursuing their undergraduate degree at UCF. We are extremely thankful that you entrusted the faculty and staff at UCF to help prepare students for an exciting and fulfilling future. Rarely do students succeed in school on their own and it is through the support of family and friends that the dream of earning a college degree becomes a reality.
As we approach finals week and start planning for the spring term, I want to share the following information with you:
The winter break is fast approaching. You are probably looking forward to a visit from your student soon. Before they come home, they need to finish planning for next semester.
The UNITE (Unlocking a Network of Intentional Transfer Engagement) program seeks to provide a platform to enhance transfer student involvement at the University of Central Florida. The program will select and train six transfer students to be Ambassadors, leading engagement efforts for the office of Transfer and Transition Services.
As the semester comes to a close, UCF Cares wants to make sure your students are feeling supported. The end of a semester can be a busy time for students as finals week approaches. UCF Cares offers many resources and information to assist students as needed.
Hello OSSM Parents!
We hope you're having an OSSM Fall!
We love providing OSSM opportunities for your students to get involved with their community. With that in mind, here are upcoming opportunities for your students.
Flu season is here and with UCF being one of the largest populated universities, the chances of your Knights being exposed to the flu are guaranteed. Your student should receive the flu shot each year to avoid up to 2 weeks of recovering! Flu season peaks right around finals time, so make sure they are protecting themselves!
FYE reestablished the Common Reading Program for UCF's First Time in College (FTIC) students Summer 2014 with the intent to engage FTIC students in dialogue around a relevant topic, while creating a sense of community among incoming students. Each student receives the Common Read book over summer and then has the opportunity to participate in book related events during the academic year. Additionally, the Common Reading will be integrated into several course curriculums.