Institutions that receive Military Friendly awards are recognized for their ability to help veterans succeed in the classroom and the real world.
From the Office of Military and Veteran and Student Success to a specialized PTSD research and treatment clinic, UCF supports student-veterans’ success.
With a focus on innovation, research and student success, UCF earns high marks for social mobility and fields that serve the region and nation.
Sponsored by the UCF Community Veterans History Project in partnership with the UCF Veterans Academic Resource Center, the vault provides a collection of school supplies for student veterans at no cost.
Computer science major Yamil Casarreal reflects on his transition to UCF as a first-generation student-veteran after serving in the Marines for five years.
The month-long exhibit on Memory Mall honors 1,500 student-veterans on campus and those who have served our country.
UCF has been a national leader in its efforts to help students get and stay sober.
NFL Super Bowl Champion Fred Stokes joined students and other Knight fans during the alcohol-free tailgate before UCF defeated Stanford on Saturday.
A message from Vice President for Health Affairs and College of Medicine Dean Deborah German.
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