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.
The primary goal of Career Services is to provide information and guidance to your students in efforts to help them achieve both academic success and professional growth. For students that want to graduate in four years with a major that they enjoy and do well in which leads to a professional job in their area of study, Career Services is an essential office to connect with. Through individual career counseling and participation in informational workshops, UCF students can effectively plan and launch their careers by aligni
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There are a number of different pieces to the financial aid puzzle. Submitting all required pieces early is the best advice the Office of Student Financial Assistance (SFA) can provide to students and parents.
Completing The FAFSA
Students who wish to be considered for grants, work-study, and loans should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), as soon as possible. Remember, there are scholarships with a need-based component which would require the completion of the FAFSA.
Students admitted for the summer 2018 term and wh
Is your student taking courses back home over the summer? If the answer is yes, your student will need to fill out a Transient Form to get their course work approved by UCF. Students attending a Florida state college or university can fill out an online transient form through https://www.floridashines.org/. Out-of-state or private institutions will require a paper transient form that can be picked up from the UCF Registrar’s Office. Students are encouraged to meet with their academic advisor to determine the type of courses that would be suitab
Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS), part of the College of Undergraduate Studies, is a unique degree program that provides students with the flexibility to create a course of study that aligns with their interests and goals. With more than 1,400 majors in fall 2016, IDS is one of UCF’s largest degree programs. It also offers a Bachelor of Arts track in Transnational Gender, Race and Sexuality Studies, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies.
IDS students choose two areas of study and a minor from options across UCF. They take an IDS Cornerstone course as incoming jun