Historic Agreement Ushers in New Era for UCF, Lake Nona Medical City, Cancer Patients

The new UCF Lake Nona Cancer Center will house cancer researchers, clinical trials and treatment for patients.

Posted Wednesday, August 22, 2018 @ 5:10 PM

Cancer patients soon will benefit from a one-stop research and treatment center through a UCF project that also returns $50 million invested by local governments and the developer of Lake Nona Medical City. This week, the Orlando City Council, Orange County commissioners and the UCF Board of Trustees approved the transfer of the Sanford Burnham […]


Apply for the VP Student Advisory Council Today!

Application Due September 7th

Posted Wednesday, August 22, 2018 @ 12:38 PM

The Division of Student Development and Enrollment Services is pleased to announce the opportunity for students to apply for a position on the 2018-19 SDES Vice President’s Student Advisory Council (VPSAC). SDES Vice President Dr. Maribeth Ehasz is in search of enthusiastic students to advise her on matters of importance and concern to students. VPSAC […]


Taste of UCF: A Celebration of Diversity and Inclusion

Cultural immersion highlighting cultural dance and cuisine from 15 countries

Posted Tuesday, August 21, 2018 @ 6:06 PM

This week, students, faculty, and staff came together to celebrate the important role diversity and inclusion plays in making UCF one of the best universities in the nation. Taste of UCF is a day of cultural performances, dance, exhibits, music, and food from around the world. This year’s theme – Passport to Culture – focused […]


Welcome Back, Knights!

By Dale Whittaker | August 20, 2018

Posted Monday, August 20, 2018 @ 6:00 PM

The start of the fall semester is one of my favorite times of the year because it brings new faces, energy and a lot of excitement. This fall, we’re celebrating the 50th anniversary of UCF’s first classes. Our university has come a long way on the national stage in a short time. How have we […]


Most Accomplished Incoming Class in UCF’s History to Start Classes on Monday

The university will also celebrate the 50th anniversary of its first classes

Posted Thursday, August 16, 2018 @ 9:00 PM

UCF turns the page Monday to its second half-century with what is projected to be its most accomplished incoming class, new offices and classrooms in just-completed Trevor Colbourn Hall, several new degree programs and a new quiet-zone study area in the library. Registrations are still being taken, but as of today UCF expects to welcome […]


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