Of that number, internships, field experiences and courses that require work in the field represent about $15,311,966. CED is an example of how UCF’s integration of the classroom into work settings strengthens not only students’ knowledge—but also the people and organizations that live and work in Central Florida.

The remaining $11,458,150 were generated through the university’s focus on partnerships, as the college works with 19 partnership and education programs that recruit, prepare, as well as retain educators and enhance the quality of life for our fellow community members.

Still, that’s not all. CED attracted $22.1 million dollars for federal and state funded projects.