What is SDES? Student Development and Enrollment Services (SDES) is a division of the university comprised of a wide-ranging array of programs and services dedicated to providing students with opportunities for learning and a broad, collegiate experience.
First time to the division? Not sure where to go? Check out our list of common SDES provided services! If you need to search the entire university, use the convenient UCF search bar at the top of the page or in the footer of any SDES site at UCF.
SDES News & Happenings
Suicide can be prevented. Suicide is a serious public health problem that affects people of all ages. It is the tenth leading cause of death for Americans and the second leading cause in the college-age population. However, people rarely communicate openly about suicide, which hinders effective prevention.
Finding the right classes can be stressful when it comes time to register, but a new tool makes building a schedule a breeze.
Students can use mySchedule Builder to design their dream course schedule.
Twenty-two University of Central Florida graduate programs were ranked in the top 100 in their respective fields by U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools of 2018 released Tuesday.
The University of Central Florida recently became the first public university in the state to offer students neurofeedback therapy, a treatment for various mental-health disorders that helps patients gain more control over their brain activity.
Multicultural Academic and Support Services hosted Excellence in Action, a recognition ceremony for multicultural and first generation college students and families
A record number of University of Central Florida students will volunteer their time on service projects abroad through the Alternative Break Program this spring break March 13-17.
The Asian Pacific American Coalition, Vietnamese American Student Association, and Multicultural Student Center present Asian Heritage Month. The events include guest speakers, cultural dances, network with business owners, and more. Come learn, explore and celebrate the Asian culture.
Pursuing a college education was not a big priority in Yaridma Tejada’s home when she was a youngster.
She said her immigrant parents from the Dominican Republic – her mom a high school graduate and her dad, who completed third grade – “never helped me with my homework assignments or seemed to enjoy reading or learning themselves.”
Mar 26Green Dot Bystander Training UCF: TBD
Mar 27Laura Ling "Journey of Hope" Student Union 316 CD
Mar 28Getting Started: Experiential Learning Career Services and Experiential Learning: 115
Mar 28Considering Graduate or Professional School? Career Services and Experiential Learning: 121
Mar 28Tower Garden Workshop Student Union: Atrium
Mar 28Pride Chat: Erasure in the LGBTQ+ Community Ferrell Commons: 171
Mar 28LGBTQ Employer Panel and Networking Mixer Career Services and Experiential Learning: 121
Mar 28LGBTQ Employer Panel with Career Services Career Services and Experiential Learning: 121