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NOTICE:  For COVID-19 information, including impacts on campus operations, students and staff, visit the Admissions FAQs and UCF’s coronavirus website.

Virtual Campus Visits

UCF is calling. And while we’ve had to suspend campus tours for now, we’re bringing campus to you. Get a sense of what we’re all about through our virtual tours and info sessions. Check out the sights, talk with counselors and current students, and get answers to your questions. Until we’re able to give you a big, warm welcome in person, we’re here to help and show you all there is to love about UCF.

Experience UCF at a distance

Our live-hosted panels, presentations and meetings are held at a safe physical distance through Zoom.

For questions that are personal or require individual attention, sign up for a one-on-one counseling session with an admissions representative.

Prospective Student Info Sessions & Virtual Tour

When
Daytime Sessions:
Wed. and Fri. at 3 p.m. EST
Evening Sessions:
Mondays at 7 p.m. EST
Where
Zoom (download the web browser client)
Duration
60 minutes
Registration is required.


Register for a daytime session Register for an evening 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. Stick around after the presentation for a photo tour of campus with the UCF Admissions Ambassadors.

Admissions Application Workshops

When
Weekdays (varies)
Where
Zoom (download the web browser client)
Duration
60 minutes
Registration is required.


Register for a workshop

Join our admissions counselors for a workshop on navigating the UCF application and the Self-Provided Academic Record for Knights (SPARK) Form. We’ll show you how it’s done, provide tips for submitting a problem-free application, and take your questions.

Panel Discussions with Current UCF Students

When
Tuesdays at 4 p.m. EST
Where
Zoom (download the web browser client)
Duration
30 minutes
Registration is required.


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. Stick around to the very end for a chance to win UCF merch.

“Transfer to Be a Knight” Transfer Info Session

When
Thursdays at 3 p.m. EST
Where
Zoom (download the web browser client)
Duration
30 minutes
Registration is required.


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 & In-Person Meeting with an Admission Counselor

When
Weekdays (varies)
Where
Online & On Campus
Duration
30 minutes
Registration is required.


Register for a meeting

Due to COVID-19 and for the safety of our students, faculty and staff, you can schedule either a virtual or in-person appointment with an admissions representative to discuss the UCF undergraduate application process or troubleshoot your admission status.

In-Person Appointments: UCF Emergency Policy EP-20-1.3 requires that all campus visitors abide by general health and hygiene rules (including wearing a face covering and maintaining at least six feet of physical distance between individuals).  All visitors must also complete a COVID-19 symptom checker each day that they come to campus. The symptom checker is available HERE. If the symptom checker returns a result of “NOT CLEARED TO BE ON CAMPUS,” an individual should not come to campus. A screenshot, printout, email or other verification of clearance to be on campus will be requested prior to meeting with any staff-person. Failure to comply with the Emergency Policy will result in cancellation or rescheduling of your in-person appointment.

Take a Virtual Tour of Campus

There’s a lot to see and do at UCF. And being familiar with our campuses — whether you’re taking classes at the main campus, Rosen College of Hospitality Management or UCF Downtown — helps you take advantage of everything we offer. Find out what it’s like to be a Knight.

Starting Points

Become familiar with the places you’ll immediately need to know.

Heart of Campus

Hang with friends, access resources or grab a bite in these spaces.

Recreation and Academics

Connect with others at our recreation area, Greek housing and academic buildings.

Athletics Village

Here are the spots where our biggest and most exciting gatherings happen.

Health and Wellness Resources

Access help and stay healthy through dedicated departments.

Housing, Fitness and Safety

Get a look at housing options, our expansive gym and police department.

UCF Downtown

Get a look at campus buildings and a services offered at UCF Downtown.

image of ucf housing towers at knights plaza, view from over a lake

Virtually Tour
UCF Housing

Take an online housing tour to explore the features and amenities offered in each of our on-campus housing communities.

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Explore Orlando’s Hometown University

View Our Interactive Campus Map