Most undergraduate degrees at UCF require 120 credit hours. Completing 30 credit hours per year will allow you to graduate in 4 years. But that’s just the start.Think 30
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Multicultural or first-generation male students seeking extra support at UCF can look to the Brother to Brother Program.
Student Care Services offers guidance, resources and referrals to UCF students who are experiencing a distressing situation that significantly impacts their academic or personal success.
Once students declare a major, they work exclusively with the advising office in their college.
Navigating the university admission process might seem confusing, but College Prep Day is dedicated to helping multicultural and first-generation students better understand the necessary steps.
Select attendees of Valencia College, Seminole State College of Florida, Eastern Florida State College, College of Central Florida, Daytona State College, and Lake-Sumter State College who graduate with their A.A. or A.S. can be offered guaranteed admission into UCF via DirectConnect to UCF.
If neither your parents nor guardians have a bachelor’s degree, you qualify as a first-generation student.
The mission of the Knight Alliance Network (KAN) mentoring program provides guidance, support, resources, advocacy, financial literacy, and a place of belonging for foster care youth enrolled at the University of Central Florida.
It’s empowering to have someone on your side and nice to have a place to get advice.
First-generation, low-income and traditionally underrepresented students who plan on continuing at the doctoral level are invited to apply for the McNair Scholars Program.
Familiarizing yourself with a new school can be difficult for many students, but we understand multicultural and first-generation students face additional challenges.
UCF welcomes community college students interested in participating in the Two Year/Four Year Transfer Initiative Program to join us at State College Day each spring semester.
First-generation college students, low-income students and students who have a documented disability can take advantage of the TRiO Center, which provides help to students who are transitioning from one level of higher education to the next.