Here are some faculty and alumni who are shaping the future of Black excellence at UCF and beyond.
College Consensus has ranked UCF among the top institutions for veterans pursuing online degrees.
Two associate professors with expertise in Chinese society and culture share the history behind the holiday, lucky foods and more about the Year of the Dragon.
Philanthropic efforts made by generous organizations and impactful individuals this year help support the success of students, faculty, and staff — now and in the future — at UCF.
Don Harrell, an Africana studies adjunct professor, shares the significance of the week-long cultural celebration and its customs.
Two documentary projects chronicling senior lecturer Irene Pons ’00 and her students’ journey along the U.S.-Mexico border have earned major recognition.
UCF Associate Professor of Judaic Studies Ken Hanson shares the significance of the eight-day celebration and its customs.
The five-day celebration honors the triumph of light over dark and features its main festivities on Nov. 12 this year.
Hispanic Outlook recognizes UCF among the top five institutions to award degrees — including in engineering and computer science — to Hispanic students, contributing to substantial impact in these areas.