UCF is providing resources to support those across the UCF community who have been impacted by Hurricane Ian. We ask that students with outstanding needs contact Student Care Services by filling out the Student of Concern form. We ask that faculty and staff directly impacted by the storm communicate directly with their supervisors.

This information was last updated on October 6, 2022 at 10:34 AM EST

As UCF has prepared to re-open, we have been working closely with our community partners and monitoring local conditions.

We have learned that several of our local school districts have conducted assessments and that they will be unable to re-open as planned and will remain closed through Monday, Oct 3.

In response to these additional last-minute closures, and to further support students and employees, UCF now plans to re-open Tuesday, Oct 4. Students who have already returned to campus will have access to dining, recreation and wellness, and other student services.

We will continue to update any changes via the UCF Alert system.

This information was last updated on October 1, 2022 at 7:37 PM EST

As the university returns to normal operations, we must extend compassion and flexibility to the students, faculty and staff who have suffered significant losses. For these Knights impacted by the storm -- we need to hear from you.

This information was last updated on October 1, 2022 at 1:18 PM EST