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On Campus — Fall 2019

From a new campus opening downtown to major wins for athletics, there was a lot to celebrate during the UCF Fall 2019 semester.
Harry Foreman holds a paint brush in front of a mural that reads
Aug. 9
Harry Foreman ’18 took a break from painting the new mural inside Dr. Phillips Academic Commons at UCF Downtown. (Photo by Nick Leyva ’15)
The outside of UCF Downtown's UnionWest at the Creative Village. UCF Fall 2019
Aug. 21
The sun set over UnionWest at Creative Village, the new 15-story student resident community at UCF Downtown. (Photo by Nick Leyva ’15)
Knightro holds up his sword while standing in a cardboard box being pushed by a mover. UCF Fall 2019
Aug. 23
Knightro and housing volunteers helped students move onto campus. (Photo by Nick Leyva ’15)
Two women smiles over their shoulders while sitting at a pool. UCF Fall 2019
Aug. 24
Students beat the summer heat at the Leisure Pool. (Photo by Lauren Schoepfer 17)
Three volleyball players pose for a photo after a game. UCF Fall 2019
Sept. 7
UCF Volleyball celebrated a 3-0 sweep against the University of Albany during the UCF Challenge. (Photo by Conor Kvatek)
Katie Seymour smiles while crouching in a field of yellow flags with messages on them. UCF Fall 2019
Sept. 10
Katie Seymour visited the Field of Memories on Memory Mall for World Suicide Prevention Day. (Photo by Rhiana Raymundo ’19)
One fan smiles and raises his arms within a sea of fans. UCF Fall 2019
Sept. 14
Fans cheered on the Knights as they took on Stanford in the Bounce House. (Photo by Brooke Morris)
Head Football Coach Josh Huepel throws a football in the locker room after a game.
Sept. 14
A 45-27 win against Pac-12 powerhouse Stanford takes more than one star player. It takes a team. It takes the Knights. And in true leader fashion, head football coach Josh Heupel celebrated the offense, defense and special teams after the game with recognition all around. “That’s the epitome of star status right there. All three phases. Great job! Everybody gets a game ball!” (Photo by Leland Dutcher)
An image of the Dr. Phillips Academic Commons building with the sky behind it changing from day to night.
Sept. 30
As the rising sun sparks promise of possibility, so does our new campus in the heart of downtown Orlando. It’s a space for the next generation of Knights to expand their horizons, transform themselves and their communities, and to always, always Reach for the Stars. (Photo by Nick Leyva 15)