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A look back at the BIG year we had in 2016. 
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my Daugther was the Class of 2016 and God Bless UCF for it.

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In season 4, UCF alumna Amanda Stephen '08 joined the cast of Orange Is the New Black as the black Muslim character Alison Abdullah.
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UCF will celebrate World Heart Day with a hands-only CPR marathon that aims to train more than 1,000 members of the community in quick, basic emergency response. Free training sessions will start every few minutes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, in the Pegasus Ballroom inside the Student Union. The training will […]
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During Hispanic Heritage Month, UCF Today will share some of our students’ and faculty members’ stories and how being Latino has shaped their lives. Luis Rabelo’s day job is pretty impressive. The University of Central Florida engineering professor investigates artificial intelligence and simulations, and how to use both to innovate and enhance operations for public […]
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The UCF and USF athletic departments today announced the official establishment of the War On I-4 rivalry series, which will begin this week with competitions between the two schools’ volleyball and men’s soccer programs. The War on I-4 represents a long-standing and passionate rivalry between the fan bases of two of the nation’s largest and […]
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Congratulations Dr. Soileau! Our former VP for Research was inducted into the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame.
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Here are a few things that made us proud to be Knights in 2016.
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It's #GivingTuesday! It's a chance to have your gift directly impact another Knight's life. 
A five-year-old grassroots initiative to make the Tuesday after Thanksgiving about giving back to the people, organizations and causes close to our hearts, Giving Tuesday has quickly grown into a global celebration of generosity, a wonderful counterpoint to Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
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Please be aware of parking and traffic changes for Friday's event on campus.
Expect traffic, parking changes and road closures Friday due to a campaign event at the CFE Arena. The event is scheduled to start at 5 p.m., though crowds are anticipated to arrive at UCF much earlier. The event is being run by the campaign, but UCF is providing the below information to help event attendees […]
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Join us on October 4th at 3PM for an open forum discussing Law Enforcement and Bias. FREE and open to the public. 
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The University of Central Florida’s campus will serve as a venue for a CNN voter focus group Monday, the night of the first presidential debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump. CNN’s justice correspondent Pamela Brown will moderate the focus group. CNN will select 20 to 30 undecided voters to watch […]
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Considering furthering your education at the graduate level? Join us for the annual UCF Grad Fair Wednesday, September 21, 2016 from 4:30 p.m to 7:30 p.m. in the UCF Student Union, Pegasus Ballroom. 
Whether to pursue a graduate education is one of the biggest decisions an individual will make for their future. Regardless of the reason you may choose a graduate education, the first step is being informed about your options. Graduate school is a good choice when the graduate degree will ...
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Research university set on 1,415 acres with a lake & woodlands.- Google
"The facilities are well maintained, but they should invest in more parking!"
"You definitely spend more money on living expenses rather than tuition."
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Just ppassed my first semester and I have to say, parking is terrible, resources are great if you can figure out how to even get them, too big to even know where to go half the time, classes are crowded and prepare to teach yourself and navigate your way through pages and websites of all kinds for different courses, if you want to LEARN something go elsewhere. If you just want to pass and struggle while doing so without really learning content then by all means this is the university for you. Oh and good luck finding the classes you need.
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Sanasha Sheals
3 weeks ago
The only reason I'm giving it one star is because I'm unable to give none. This is the absolute WORST school to attend! All they want is money. They don't care about your well being as a student or getting you through college. Their advisors are trash, they tell you stuff to get you in and out ... their professors are not any better. I've had the worse experience at this university. Semester after semester I have to constantly turn in unnecessary forms that hold up my account and whenever I call to get information on anything I'm always told "I don't know" or "I think" this is a sorry excuse for a university. I had to stay an extra year because I wasn't informed until the last minute that I needed a certain class to graduate. I was at valencia for 2 years and NEVER encountered these problems. But as soon as I transferred over it's been problem after problem, hurdle after hurdle in order to even attend a semester. So save your time and money and go to another school.
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Abigail Augustin
3 weeks ago
Very very nice campus! (They also sell amazing gourmet popsicles)
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Robert Vinci
a month ago
I completed an engineering undergrad degree from UCF. I would not recommend UCF engineering if your goal is to actually learn useful things for a future career (computer science/engineering is an exception, and I've heard good things). From the first freshman engineering courses (some with hundreds of students), the atmosphere is one of professors against the students. It feels like their primary job and goal is to trick you and fail you, not help you truly learn or succeed. Perhaps this actually is the goal, since probably 70% fail out from engineering in the first 2 years. In higher level courses, good luck trying to understand your English-as-a-4th-language professors. And what they teach is 98% how to solve high order math problems, which unless your goal is research and academia, is a great waste of effort and time. I quickly forgot almost all of it, and I use practically nothing from my college courses in my engineering career. There was no practical knowledge taught, and nothing about how anything works. I instead have taught myself "real" engineering through my job, and thankfully have been able to overcome the inferior "education" and succeed despite it, not because of it. Another note, in lower and mid level courses (math, physics, gen-ed and such), there is an utterly tremendous difference between multiple sections of the same course, depending on what professor you choose. Some teach well and most students do well, others fail 90% of the students, some keep the workload light, others burden you like you're a PhD student. I STRONGLY recommend vetting your class sections/professors carefully; ask around beforehand. It makes all the difference. On the other side of things (worth an extra star), the campus is beautiful, and the available student activities are plentiful. For anyone attending UCF in general, I also highly recommend keeping a super-cheap old bike on campus to help you get around.
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Aja Jacobson
3 months ago
Graduated from UCF and I loved every minute of being there. The facilities are amazing and the school is always working to provide the students with more resources, opportunities, and activities. Most of my professors were absolutely amazing, and as long as you show that you're dedicated and willing to work, they will work with you to help make sure that you're passing and understanding the material in the courses. The actual campus is gorgeous and they work hard at maintaining all of the buildings. My biggest complaint is the parking because there's never a place to park so I would HIGHLY recommend finding other modes of transportation ( I took the campus shuttle which was convenient and timely). The staff there is always very helpful and I never really had problems with speaking to an adviser or talking to the financial aid office, etc. Attending this school was an excellent college experience. Just be prepared to work hard and take responsibility for your schedule, etc.
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Shahab Nabavi
4 months ago
Currently enrolled in the part time MBA program. Great school with wonderful teachers bringing real world experience. Admire the hard working and brilliant students that make up the school. This is a school surging to prominence nationally. Proud to be a Knight!
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Mint Roze
5 months ago
once your accepted to the distance online program you are pretty much on your own. never assigned a program adviser to advise on the correct courses needed for my program. you can send dozens of e-mails to your department they will never reply back. their just interested in obtaining your financial aid , grants and money
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We are sorry to hear about your frustration—certainly not the experience you deserve. Please call 855-903-8576 for immediate assistance.
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james rofle
2 months ago
Absurd unnecessary policies that only serve to hinder students from finishing or even finishing at all. The best thing is they are making you pay for it. Thank you UCF