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. 

Multicultural Academic & Support Services is your support source for all multicultural and first-generation students.

MASS’s mission is to maximize student success by assisting you through the transition to UCF and by connecting with the UCF community and our partners to promote and facilitate academic support services and programs.

As Peer Mentors, we are committed to enhancing the opportunity for growth and cultural enrichment through the sharing of knowledge, experiences, and wisdom. And we strive to embrace academic, career, and social issues through compassionate attention.

UCF offers Inclusive Education, which makes it possible for nontraditional students to get a traditional university experience.

Like all Knights, Inclusive Education students participate in campus life and learn what it takes to live an enriched, independent life. Students can take courses at the main UCF campus and at the downtown location, which is home to the Center for Inclusive Education hub.

CWEP provides full-time students with a year-round paid opportunity to explore a unique training experience on the cutting edge of technology. Lockheed Martin is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services.

LEAD Scholars is a two-year leadership development program offering unique services and opportunities to select students. The program emphasizes academics, community service and leadership.

But we’re more than a leadership program — LEAD Scholars is a diverse and inclusive community at UCF. Accepted students take hold of this opportunity and turn it into reality by getting involved, learning about leadership and becoming change agents in our community.

Looking to turn your academic break into a professional opportunity? Then take a look at UCF’s Job Shadow Program. This one-day opportunity matches students with employers, community partners, alumni, and friends of the university to gain exposure to a wide variety of career fields and industries.

Although you do not earn academic credit for job shadowing, you do gain an invaluable experience while expanding your professional network

If you’re searching for support on campus or for a way to enjoy the “college experience” while maintaining your recovery, the Collegiate Recovery Community is for you. The CRC is a student-run network of individuals in recovery along with students who simply wish to be alcohol- and substance-free.

Young adults can often feel isolated and frustrated when balancing their recovery with being a so-called “typical” college student. We understand the stigma of being sober, especially on a college campus. The simple act of letting others know you are in recovery or interested in recovery is often very difficult. Within this program we facilitate support group meetings for students in recovery from various addictions. All voluntary intervention services are provided free of charge to students.

The CRC sustains and nurtures a safe and authentic community by offering access to recovery resources and fun, drug-free events. Our community is founded upon values that enable students to develop behaviors and skills necessary to flourish in recovery.

UCF Sport Clubs provide a chance for you to build lifelong relationships, expand leadership skills and represent the UCF community. Club teams compete locally and have the opportunity to play against universities nationwide in tournaments and showcases. In the past decade, we have proudly cheered on more than a dozen national champions in various sports!

As a Registered Student Organization with the Office of Student Involvement, each club seeks to foster exciting athletic experiences that are both fulfilling and fun. It’s a healthy way to win on and off the field while gaining team-oriented leadership skills that can pave the path to a successful future.

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.

IM Sports provide students of all experience levels—beginner, intermediate and advanced—a chance to enjoy friendly competition while achieving healthy lifestyle goals. Off the field and away from the court, IM Sports offer opportunities for students to become leadership and gain valuable management skills.

Ready to turn your passion into a part-time job or potential career? Consider getting involved with sports officiating. Our nationally recognized programs have developed full-time officials in the NBA, WNBA, the NBA D-League, and Division I College Basketball and Football. So trust us when we say that this is more than a chance to blow a whistle or throw a flag. It’s an opportunity to work on campus while getting the proper training to officiate off campus.

Whether you seek to score goals, throw touchdowns or sink putts, you’ll discover that Intramural Sports are a great way to get involved on campus and make new friends. Don’t miss your opportunity to be a champion at UCF!