The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, or Greek Life, fosters an inclusive environment and commitment to student growth, academic excellence, civic engagement, leadership development, positive relationships and risk reduction education. The mission of FSL is to provide a safe, high-quality undergraduate experience that enhances student development through the active advising of student leaders.
Members benefit from leadership and networking opportunities and the chance to create lifelong bonds. Fraternities and sororities are optional and open to all students.
We currently recognize 47 social Greek lettered organizations with a population exceeding 3000 undergraduate students. Our organizations share common founding values, such as a commitment to scholarship, community service, leadership development and social responsibility, and the development of lifelong friendships.
From science books and sports jerseys to cappuccinos and your cap and gown, the UCF Bookstore has everything you need for class, exams and to show off your Knight pride.
The UCF Bookstore is managed by Barnes & Noble and offers all your favorite bookstore finds, including novels, gifts, clothing, technology, merchandise and a café serving Starbucks coffee. Visit the UCF Bookstore to get ready for everything from game day to finals week.
Dining at UCF is all about options. With many locations and memberships to choose from, there’s always a delicious way to satisfy your craving for something fresh, healthy, hearty, spicy, crunchy, veggie, juicy, grilled or made-to-order.
With a dining membership, you can eat at ’63 South in Ferrell Commons and Knightro’s by the Addition Financial. You can choose our All Access plan with unlimited meals or select a plan with a set number of meals per week or semester. With additional eateries across campus, our dining locations don’t just offer breakfast, lunch and dinner, we provide safe and relaxing spaces to make new friends over lattes or meet your study group for ice cream.
UTC provides access to more than a dozen standardized tests, including the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), Law School Admission Test (LSAT), Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS), Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL iBT) and correspondence exams for Distance Learning.
Based on the number of tests administered, our facility is consistently ranked among the top 100 CLEP test centers in the nation. We are also responsible for providing UCF students with information related to components of the College-Level Academic Skills Test (CLAST) requirement, including holds, alternatives, lower division registration waivers and hold petitions.
In the UCF Pharmacy, patients are individually counseled and provided with written drug information for each prescription. Medications are monitored for duplicate therapy, drug allergies and drug interactions. Our pharmacy staff prides itself in the level of care they provide to each patient and the consultation service provided.
Our Pharmacy also offers a wide selection of affordable over-the-counter and discounted prescription medications. In addition, Knight Aide has an expanded selection of snacks, convenience items, beauty aids and grocery staples, including bread, milk and eggs.
Students, faculty and staff are welcome to use our pharmacy for all their prescription needs, including prescription transfers. We accept more than 300 prescription insurance plans making billing simple and seamless.
Student Health Services is an AAAHC-accredited outpatient program providing primary care, preventive and select specialty services to members of the UCF community. Our multidisciplinary services include radiology, immunizations, allergy clinic, dietitian consultations, women’s clinic, laboratory, psychiatry and sports medicine. We can also assist with the management of chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, Crohn’s disease and more.
Registered UCF students can utilize the Health Center regardless of personal health insurance coverage. If you would like to submit any incurred charges to your health insurance, please bring your insurance card and we will place it on file. Our primary care providers participate in Aetna, AvMed, Cigna, Florida Blue PPO & Blue Options, and United HealthCare. We also have a Student Health Insurance Plan for students needing insurance coverage.
As a college student, you are required to pay a state-mandated health fee each semester based on the number of credit hours enrolled. This fee entitles you to unlimited primary care visits without co-pay or deductible.
If you’d like to live in one of our on-campus communities, you should apply for housing as soon as you’re offered admission to UCF. There’s not enough space for everyone who would like to live here, so it’s important to apply as early as possible.
You can choose to live in traditional suite-style housing for the academic year (fall and spring only) or you can select a more upscale apartment that is open all year (fall, spring and summer semesters). We also have apartments for hospitality majors at our Rosen campus.
Before you even move in, you’ll have tons of support from our Housing and Residence Life staff. We’re specially trained and ready to help answer all of your questions. Feel free to call, email, message us on social media or drop by a community center or the Housing Administration Building in person. Just don’t forget—you can’t live on campus if you don’t apply for housing.
UCF Personal Trainers can have a lasting impact on your health as they influence good workout habits and help you realize your full fitness potential. Personal training sessions at the Recreation and Wellness Center are available to all enrolled students, and we offer a number of affordable packages to fit everyone’s budget. To get started, simply fill out a form online. And since your first session is free, there’s no reason not to give it a try.
Our staff can help you define your fitness goals, teach you new exercises, increase your muscular strength, endurance and flexibility, provide functional training opportunities, motivate you to achieve your goals and equip you with tools to support the healthy lifestyle you’ve always wanted.
Ready. Set. Explore. This is your opportunity to get involved in one of the nation’s fastest growing campus recreation areas. UCF’s team of outdoor experts are prepared to create unique and memorable experiences for you. And in most instances, adventures are free or priced with student budgets in mind.
If you’re looking for a different workout and love to reach new heights, explore new locations or paddle your worries away, we’ve got what you’re looking for. So go on—break away from the stress of class while gaining life skills and lasting friendships.
UCF’s Outdoor Adventure program is dedicated to encouraging personal growth, creating opportunities to meet new people, and cultivating new leaders through engaging and challenging outdoor pursuits.
As a service to the UCF community, the RWC offers fee-based CPR/AED and First Aid classes to all students. Signing up for classes is fast and easy. Simply visit the administration office on the second floor of the RWC to learn more and register for an upcoming course.
During hands-on training sessions, our team of instructors teach you important life skills for responding to injuries and sudden illnesses, cardiac and breathing emergencies, and assessing a scene until advanced emergency crews arrive.
Classes are open to all current UCF students and are offered in the fall, spring and summer semesters. The RWC is committed to the safety of our students and their loved ones, and that starts with preparing you to take action at a moment’s notice. Lifesaving courses are time well spent and can make the ultimate difference in someone’s life.