All on-campus residence halls are open following sheltering due to Hurricane Matthew, and classes will resume Monday at most UCF campuses.
The Rosen College of Hospitality Management, Health Sciences Campus at Lake Nona, and Center for Emerging Media in downtown Orlando follow the main campus’ schedule. UCF regional campus locations will follow the decisions made by their respective host state college.
There will be no classes at UCF Daytona Beach on Monday due to the continued closure of host partner Daytona State College.
Students who live on campus may call 407-823-5223 to report any damage to their on-campus living quarters.
Early assessments of campus indicate minimal damage, though cleanup will take time to complete. Those returning to UCF and Central Florida should ensure that their path is safe for travel before they leave and be mindful of debris on the road.
Deadlines for online assignments will not be enforced during the university’s closure for Hurricane Matthew. This includes any online coursework or other assignments due from 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, until the university reopens Sunday. Any specific questions about assignments should be directed to individual faculty members.
Previous storm-related updates are available here: https://www.ucf.edu/alert/