Register for an Information Session
Our live-streamed panels, presentations and meetings are a great way to get answers to any questions that you may have about UCF. From applying and being admitted to campus life and academic course loads/major requirements, we’ll cover the topics most important to you.
Prospective Student Info Sessions
- Wednesdays at 4 p.m. EDT
- 60 minutes
Register for an info session
Prospective student information sessions are led by a UCF admissions counselor. They’re a great way to learn about the application process, admission requirements and merit scholarships, with some time for Q&A at the end of the session.
Panel Discussions with Current UCF Students
- Select days September-March at 3 p.m. EDT
- 30 minutes
Attend a current student panel discussion
In these open forum-style sessions, talk with current students about what life is really like at UCF. From campus life to housing, activities to academics, no topic is off limits here. Panels are moderated by an admissions counselor, and you’ll have time to get answers to questions that you may have.
“Transfer to Be a Knight” Transfer Info Session
- Select Thursdays at 4 p.m. EDT
- 30 minutes
Register for a transfer session
Transferring to UCF starts with preparation. The “Transfer to Be a Knight” information session is designed to make your transition to UCF as smooth as possible. Led by a UCF admissions counselor, you’ll learn about all things related to transfer students: applying, admission requirements, credit review and more.
Virtual Meeting with an Admission Counselor
You can schedule a virtual appointment with an admissions representative to discuss either the UCF undergraduate application process or troubleshoot your admission status.Register for a meeting
Pre-recorded Sessions and Workshops
This tutorial is designed to show students where and how to create, enter courses and grades, and submit the UCF Self-Provided Academic Record for Knights (SPARK) Form. This form replaces the traditional high school transcript for initial application review purposes and is required as part of your completed application.