Welcome to UCF
A team of student-friendly experts compiled this list to help you on your first day and first week at UCF. It’s very important that you don’t delay getting a parking pass or meeting with your advisor or following up on financial aid.
Good luck this semester!
As a part of the UCF team you must join 60,000 other students and sign up for the official UCF email – called Knight’s Email
UCF advisors will help you with course selection and academic planning – before Add/Drop.
If you are a freshman, please visit the First Year Advising Office.
For students in their second year, visit your college advising office. Undeclared (no major) and Undecided (major changing) students in their second year should visit the Sophomore and Second Year Center.
Purchase a parking decal in person (Garage B) or online to gain access to 12,000 parking spaces. Or use the UCF shuttles from 15 off-campus residential communities and Central Florida Research Park. There are also 6,500 bicycling (parking) spaces throughout campus.
If you need to pay your tuition account or housing fees, you can pay them online at my.ucf.edu or by mail. For more information about accepted payment methods and payment mailing address visit Student Account Services.
If you have a question about registration or about important university deadlines visit the Web site or stop by room 161 in Millican Hall.
The Office of Student Financial Assistance (Millican Hall, Suite 120) is the place to go for answers. Go online, call, or meet them in person. Each year the office awards more than $400 million to students. They’re the experts. And they’re here to help you.
From traditional residence halls to luxurious apartment living, there are 13 residential communities to choose from — including the new Neptune and NorthView Communities. Visit housing.ucf.edu for more information.