Reminder: First-year applicants from U.S. high schools must submit a SPARK Form in lieu of an initial high school transcript to be considered for admission. For SPARK Form information, click HERE. If you are an applicant or admitted student who submitted a SPARK prior to 1st semester grades being released, a “mid-year update” is required. Click HERE for the mid-year update instructions.
See Yourself as a Knight
At UCF, the health and safety of our Knights community is always our top priority. We recognize the difficulty of making a decision about your future in a time of uncertainty. It’s more important now than ever that you’re provided with the information and support you need to navigate your college experience. And at UCF, we’re here to help every step of the way.
From taking precautions to minimize the spread of coronavirus to ensuring a high-quality learning experience – whether you’re on campus or online – we’re here to help you pursue your dreams. And while you can’t physically join us at this time, there are still ways to virtually visit campus. We look forward to meeting you in the near future and welcoming you to your new home.
Watch the video to get a look into the admissions process.
Learning Charges On at UCF
Through dynamic changes and unprecedented challenges, we provide opportunities for you to focus on your future and continue on the path to a college degree. And while things look a bit different these days, Knights continue to Charge On. From application to graduation, you’ll be inspired to do amazing things. Take the next step to become a Knight.
Virtually Visit UCF
See campus for yourself – virtually. While UCF is currently open, we’ve put various measures in place to keep our campus community safe. Guided tours are suspended until further notice and the Office of Undergraduate Admissions is not open to the public. Until you’re able to visit, we encourage you to check out our online resources to learn about UCF and what it’s like to be a Knight.Experience UCF at a Distance
Find Your Bachelor’s Degree
Check out the full list of nearly 100 Bachelor’s Programs to chose from.
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Admissions Calendar and Events
Part of being successful is having the information you need to make the best decisions. Here are important dates and deadlines for students.
Did you know…
UCF has hundreds of Clubs and Organizations.
We’ve got 16 NCAA Division I Sports.
of UCF undergraduate students receive financial aid.
340 National Merit Scholars study here.
Degree Programs in nearly every discipline and area of interest.
UCF is full of big thinkers, high achievers and award-winning innovators. And others are taking note.