On September 24, representatives from several UCF offices met with prospective students, parents, high school advisors and college administrators at the fourth annual Brevard Community College (BCC)/Collegiate High School presentation.

Parents and their high school students with at least 45 college credits completed were invited to attend this information session to learn about the next steps for students moving forward in their academic careers at a university or college, with the primary focus on a smooth transition to UCF.

A total of 60 students, 27 parents, and eight Brevard County Public School staff and counselors attended this program to hear presentations from Sophomore & Second Year Center, Undergraduate Admissions, Student Financial Assistance, Transfer & Transition Services, and from a current UCF student to get a personal perspective on collegiate life and student success strategies.

Information packets were provided to all attendees, plus numerous door prizes given out to add to the festivities. Students, parents and guests also had an opportunity to meet individually with UCF representatives for questions and answers.

One parent commented after the program, “Thanks UCF for taking the time to meet with us, and for all the great information provided.”

Sophomore & Second Year Center and Transfer & Transition Services are offices in the Division of Student Development and Enrollment Services.