Students with outstanding needs can contact Student Care Services by filling out this form.
No. The closure means that academic assignments, including those for online classes, are suspended until the university reopens. In addition, UCF has encouraged faculty to be flexible . Students should not be impacted academically for putting their personal safety first.
Students with specific questions about due dates should reach out to their faculty members.
Students with non-urgent health concerns may call the 24-Hour Nurse Line (855-870-3647).
Counseling and Psychological Services’ 24/7 crisis line can be reached at 407-823-2811, press 5.
If you feel you need some additional support, here are some additional resources from UCF Counseling and Psychological Services:
- Keep yourself informed, yet avoid obsessing over the news.
- Gather supplies that help you manage distress in the moment (stress balls, coloring books, stuffed animals, etc.).
- Talk it out! Reach out to family and friends and discuss your feelings.
- You can also use our Therapy Assisted On-line (TAO) program with modules to provide support during the storm. Access TAO by finding it in the UCF App under Wellbeing, or by using this direct link (enrollment key: stay calm): https://us.taoconnect.org/learner/invit e/185/StayCalm/