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Strength in Numbers

Whether making groundbreaking discoveries, reaching new goals, exploring uncharted territory or smashing personal records, Knights are driven to do more and be more. And with more than 300,000 alumni spanning across Central Florida, the nation and the world, you’re never far from fellow Knights who can help you on our quest toward excellence, impact and innovation.

To discover how you can stay connected with classmates and your alma mater, visit the UCF Alumni website to start making alumni resources your own.

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At UCF, we are committed to opening doors and removing obstacles, so more students have the opportunity to succeed, earn a college degree and become so much more than they ever believed. But we need your help. Together, we can make a UCF education possible for the next generation of Knights.

Learn more about how you can support student success by giving to UCF.

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Glenn Hubbard

“I like to tell other alumni that UCF is your school forever. We all need to keep taking care of our school because I know that no matter where I am, I still belong to UCF.”

R. Glenn Hubbard ’79, Dean of Finance and Economics at Columbia Business School
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Join the Volusia Flagler UCF Alumni Club to root for UCF Knights when they faceoff against the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats in another exciting baseball game. The Knights will be playing at historic Jackie Robinson Memorial Baseball park in Daytona Beach. The…

Looking Ahead

Pegasus Magazine

Pegasus, the official magazine of the University of Central Florida, is published three times a year and mailed to more than 225,000 alumni, students, faculty and members of our community.

Fall 2019

Featured Story

Expression Meets Inspiration at UCF Downtown

The new UCF Downtown campus reflects — and inspires — the energy and personalities of the more than 7,000 students who started classes there this August. 

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Summer 2019

Featured Story

Insider’s Travel Guide

UCF students from around the world share their best local travel tips.

Spring 2019

Featured Story


After becoming the first African-American woman to graduate from UCF’s engineering program, Marcie (Swilley) Washington ’83 worked for NASA, became an ordained minister, and survived her heart stopping for 22 minutes. Now, she’s tackling her next challenge: cancer.

Winter 2018

Featured Story

The 2018 UCF Football Season in Review

The Knights’ past two seasons have proven to be a lesson in resolve.

Fall 2018

Featured Story

The Strategists

UCF's programming team became first in North America by falling behind.