UCF alumni chapters and clubs are a great way to stay connected to everything you love about being a Knight. From prime networking events to fun tailgating parties, rewarding volunteer opportunities and much more, the experience of being an active member in your local group can bring benefits far beyond your degree.
“With an alumni base of more than 263,000, it’s important to harness our scale and strengthen UCF’s connection to our alumni through our chapters and clubs program,” says Julie Stroh, senior associate vice president for advancement, alumni engagement and annual giving. “Our regional groups are an integral part to helping us build a culture of service and philanthropy in support of our beloved university. Although we are in the very early stages of our international outreach, I can’t wait to see what the future has in store as we broaden UCF’s global footprint.”
How can I get notified about events in my city?
Be sure to update your information at ucfalumni.com/contactupdates. As long as we have your correct zipcode and email address, you’ll receive regular updates about social and networking events in your area.
How can I get involved?
Sign up to volunteer or nominate a friend to help you lead an alumni chapter or club at ucfalumni.com/nominationform.
What’s the difference between a chapter and a club?
Chapters designate the largest, most active alumni groups, while clubs are for areas with fewer Knights.
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In December, UCF launched its first international alumni chapter in Saudi Arabia. It was established in partnership with students and scholars from the region.
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