The Future of UCF
When I first started at UCF, I believed we had the potential to become one of the nation’s and the world’s leading public metropolitan research universities. After meeting with many students, faculty and staff, it is even more clear that we have the tenacity and, most importantly, the talent to achieve this.
Our people drive our impact and define our university, and our path to excellence will not be defined by what other universities have done. It will be based on our own unique strengths and character and a commitment to academic, operational and inclusive excellence in areas that matter most to our future and are critical to our mission.
Together, we have an opportunity to be that bright spot within higher education — a university built around a commitment to each other and a desire to make our world, and the work we do, continuously better. I look forward to building that with you.
NCAA Tournament Next Stop for UCF Tennis Teams’ Remarkable Seasons
The women’s and men’s squads both earned national seeds in the postseason for the first time in program history and will host the first and…
Florida Inventors Hall of Fame Inducts UCF Graduate
David Kotick ’81 ’83MS becomes the 2nd alum and 7th Knight to earn the honor.
Our Shared Vision
President Alexander N. Cartwright’s address to campus Wednesday reflects on his first year in office and shares his vision for UCF on its journey to…
Top 20 Most Innovative University in the Nation
U.S. News & World Report ranks UCF above Harvard and Princeton as most innovative in its annual list of best colleges.
Leadership and President’s Office
The President’s Office division is made up of bold, energetic and entrepreneurial leaders in policy and planning, strategic communications and marketing, and administrative and fiscal operations who advance UCF’s mission.