Although academic advising is decentralized across the University, each college has a central advising office that is also supported by professional or faculty advisors in schools and departments. This model allows advisors to specialize in their major, program, or area of expertise, leading to better guidance for schedule planning, academic support, career preparation, and staying on track to graduate. The Student Success and Advising website hosts academic advising and student success resources, including an advising office listing.
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To view the dates associated with the above policies, as well as many other important dates, students should always be aware of the current Academic Calendar. This information can also be found online.
Various policies that relate to the registration process, enrollment verification, grades, withdraws, credit hour limits, and anything else related to academics.
We can help you find what you’re looking for. Use the UCF Campus Map to locate your classrooms, labs, housing and nearby parking. You can also search by specific buildings, locations, organizations and more.
Career Services offers students a comprehensive range of services to help them make academic and career decisions today, that will lead to career satisfaction tomorrow. Programs and services are available to assist with career planning, employment readiness and graduate school planning. Drop in hours and scheduled appointments are available Monday-Friday.
The Parent & Family Fund is an annual fund-raising effort that has established a tradition of parent and family support at UCF. Every year the support from more than 2,000 families help to create and enhance quality student programs and services. This fund ensures UCF’s academic excellence when programs require more funding than state funds and student fees allow.
The PFPC is a leadership board of parent and family volunteers who serve a one-year renewable term. Members enjoy developing a connection with the university and with each other, and many parent and family volunteers choose to stay active on the committee even after their students graduate. Click on the link above to learn more.
The Pegasus Parent Program Facebook page has been created to offer proud parents or family members of UCF students the opportunity to remain up to date with UCF events and resources.
FERPA protects the privacy of student educational records. It gives students the right to review their educational records, the right to request amendment to records they believe to be inaccurate, and the right to limit disclosure from those records. The act applies to all students who attend institutions that receive federal funding. With certain exceptions, a student has rights of access to those educational records which are directly related to them and which are maintained by UCF.
This guide (created in 2018), with content in both English & Spanish, is a helpful resource for you as you navigate your student’s first year at UCF. Produced in partnership with Collegiate Parent.