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As a newly admitted duel enrollment student, you’ll want to start planning for your transition to UCF right away. Here is a list of next steps to help make your first days at UCF easier. Keep this document and refer to it throughout the enrollment process.


You must enroll for the term indicated on your admission letter.
If you do not register for your original admission term, your
classes will be dropped for subsequent terms and your admission
revoked. If you wish to change your term of application, you must
contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions via email at

Check your admission letter for the accuracy of your name,
entrance term and address. Address, telephone and email
changes can be made through myUCF. All other changes must be
submitted via email to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at


You must create an account to access the myUCF Portal. myUCF
is where you will register for classes and complete other necessary
steps to enroll at UCF.

To create a myUCF account, visit and click “SIGN IN
TO MYUCF.” You will need to obtain an NID if you do not already
know it. The NID will be your username for myUCF. Click “Look
up your UCF NID username.” Your first and last name and email
address must be entered exactly as it appears on your application
for admission. Once you have your NID, return to the login page
to sign in. You should remember and protect your NID and NID
password as you would a Social Security number.


Prior to registering for classes, you must upload a completed
Immunization Form to UCF Student Health Services. The
Immunization Policy and Form may be downloaded from


Your academic advisor from the college of your intended major
will be in contact with you shortly with information on course
selection and registration. They will also have information on
your book vouchers.

Please Note: Registration for all UCF courses is on a
space-available basis. No student is guaranteed space in any
course or section prior to their registration in the course.


Submit all official AP, IB, AICE or CLEP scores and/or dual
enrollment transcripts from all other institutions where college
level credit has been earned. Failure to do so may restrict your
ability to register for courses with prerequisites.


If you plan to park a vehicle on campus, you must purchase a parking
permit at You are responsible for paying the
parking permit fee.


Once you are registered for courses, obtain a UCF Student ID from
Card Services. For more information go to