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Our new license plates are coming soon! Are you ready to #KnightYourRide? http://knightyourride.com
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A gung-ho police sketch artist and a war-weary girl are among the characters who will visit the University of Central Florida on June 30 as part of an on-campus video game playtest by UCF graduate students. Four student teams from UCF’s Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy (FIEA) will be seeking public input on their latest in-progress […]
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#CountryStrong parking, which costs $10, available in the C, D, and H garages and D lots. Proceeds go to #OneOrlando. #OrlandoUnited
The CFE Arena will host Country Strong, a concert to benefit the City of Orlando’s OneOrlando Fund, at 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 21. Doors to the sold-out event will open at 6:30 p.m. Musical guests include Cole Swindell, Billy Currington, Easton Corbin, Parmalee, Michael Ray, Canaan Smith, Maddie & Tae, Jerrod Niemann and Tyler Farr. […]
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12 Big Red Buses! The biggest blood drive in the region! Be here next Monday. 
The University of Central Florida will host its largest blood drive – with 12 of OneBlood’s Big Red Buses lining the concourse of Bright House Networks Stadium — from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, June 27, as part of the #OrlandoUnited efforts. Approximately 500 appointment slots are available for the UCF community, and they […]
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UCF is #OrlandoUnited
The June 12 shooting at Pulse in Orlando is a tragedy for Central Florida and the nation. Our hearts go out to all of the victims and their families. It is in our nature as UCF Knights to comfort, console and assist. Learn how you can help.
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See how our Anthropology students get hands-on experience in this video. 
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There's some big news on our Facebook Page. Be sure to check it out: http://facebook.com/UCF
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Summer Session B is in full swing. This is how students beat the heat: 
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Already donated blood? Come visit the Be A Match tent and join the bone marrow registry. 11AM - 6PM Today! #OrlandoUnited 
The University of Central Florida will host its largest blood drive – with 12 of OneBlood’s Big Red Buses outside Bright House Networks Stadium — from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. today, June 27, as part of the #OrlandoUnited efforts. Although more than 250 appointments are booked, OneBlood’s Big Red Buses will have plenty of […]
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You are not alone. If you’re struggling with last week’s events, #UCF & the community have resources for you. MORE:
The June 12 shooting at Pulse in Orlando is a tragedy for Central Florida and the nation. Our hearts go out to all of the victims and their families. It is in our nature as UCF Knights to comfort, console and assist. Learn how you can help.
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Have you seen our bug closet?
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We welcome Liz Klonoff, New Vice President for Research and Dean of Graduate Studies!
After conducting a national search, the University of Central Florida has selected Elizabeth A. Klonoff as its new vice president for Research and dean of the College of Graduate Studies. Klonoff comes to UCF from a joint appointment with San Diego State University and the University of California, San Diego, where she serves as the […]
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The University of Central Florida is the second-largest university in the U.S., has 13 colleges, and is located in Orlando, Florida.
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Research university set on 1,415 acres with a lake & woodlands.- Google
"Good computer science program and also 2nd largest university in the US."
"Beautiful campus with sooooo many awesome opportunities & endless possibilities!"
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Zach Eaton
3 weeks ago
My experience was that the quality of education for my Master's in Teaching was OK but flexible and able to work with distance learners. I had a Teaching With Film course and Curriculum Planning course from the same professor who gave no feedback whatsoever and had a very subjective manner of grading. I was highly frustrated by this. Most of my other courses were average or good in quality of education, but only one was to the quality I came to expect from The University of Florida (go Gators). I would recommend UF over UCF for Masters in Teaching degrees.
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Clifford Pool
a month ago
There are a super long list of reasons why I have not enjoyed UCF up to this point, but to keep it short, I'll just cover the basics. I have been taking classes here for a year. Pay double the tuition as Valencia. Be in a class of 400 students with no A/C so you just sit in class unable to concentrate because you are sweating all over yourself. The A/C sytems are either broken, or just not sufficient, not really sure. Go to the library to study and not be able to find a place to sit, and then sweat all over yourself some more because its absurdly hot in there as well. Not be able to understand your professor because english is their second or third language. Have to park a mile or more from your class, assuming you can even find a spot after paying $80 a semester for a parking pass. And be prepared to be treated as a child by all of the staff you encounter.
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Courtney Mursell
a month ago
Best university there is! Graduated with my forensic science/chemistry degree and was able to find a job in my field 3 months after graduation. UCF prepared me for everything I needed to succeed. I'm very proud to call myself a Knight!
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Nicole Lama
a month ago
I attended UCF for four years and graduated. The campus is beautiful, always lots to do, but honestly, my experience was just OK. The Good (mostly): -There are many resources for students to succeed such as free tutoring, academic advisors (which are completely incompetent if you're going into a biomedical tract by the way), career center, health center, top notch computer labs, ect. -There are a ridiculous amount of clubs you can join and plenty of opportunity to meet people. -The gym is very large and state of the art...but it is always packed. I never got to use the rock climbing wall and the machines are almost always taken. I recommend using the smaller gym by the arena. Way less people go there. However, I do recommend the fitness classes. They are great! -Tuition is pretty cheap for Fl residents (The housing is actually more expensive than the tuition) The Bad: -Even though parking garages are constantly being constructed, there never seems to be enough parking spots. Unless you have a late class or class before 8am, make sure to give yourself at least 30 minutes to find parking (sometimes walking to a class from a parking garage can take 10 minutes in itself.). Which I suppose is an expected issue with such a large student body. -UCF is very parking ticket happy. I got two tickets during my undergrad years, but I disputed one and it got approved. -There is always construction, causing an immense amount of traffic. -The education was not at the level I was expecting. Most professors I had for my major seemed a lot more interested in research and were generally unhelpful and not very good lecturers. This could also be because class sizes can be immense and over crowded. -Every semester is a struggle to get into your required classes because spots fill up almost instantly. Housing is expensive and very low quality unless you live in the Towers, and restaurants around UCF are pretty sub par. -I was surprised to find a lack of quiet places to study on campus. -I have nothing to say about the social scene at UCF since I was more focused on my studies. However, it is not terribly uncommon to be hollered at if you're a girl walking to lecture...classy. Overall, I do not regret going to UCF for undergrad, but I am happy to continue my education where academics is the priority.
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Jaslyn Calhoun
a month ago
I went to the national college fair a couple months ago in Florida, and there was a guy at the table representing UCF and he was just horrible. He was not only rude but he didn't know a lot of information on the colleges and majors they had. He acted as if he was to good to be there or he just didn't want to be helpful all around . If this is what UCF is really like on campus I would consider going to a different University, don't let all the updated technology or big campus they have get to you, stay focused on the main goal why you want to go to college.
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Adelaide Baker
a month ago
The financial aid office at this university is the most frustrating department I've ever had to deal with. For my Summer 2016 payment I got a confirmation number, and confirmation email, and I still received a late tuition fee of $100. Not only did they wrongfully take away my Summer grant (Claiming an excess of credit hours when I have a total under the amount necessary for my degree), they also have inexplicably charged me the extra $100. I only had a $700 payment coming out of an account with $25k in it. There was no reason for the payment to not have been processed and no excuse for the lack of communication with the student on both accounts.
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Alex Perez
2 months ago
1 in 5 professors here provide a quality experience. As a Computer Engineering undergrad with 5 classes left I will say this has been the most ridiculously challenging commitment I have ever gone through. This university will not hold your hand. You will spend tons of money. This university will try everything in its power to break you (if your major is worth anything). But maintain a strong will and after being chewed up and spat out several times, you might just land a career afterwards. At least there are jobs now.
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Jeffrey Lasch
2 months ago
Cool place! I don't attend here, but it definitely has been fun visiting. Their degree programs are great from what I hear and their engineering program is superb.