• President Hitt to Deliver State of the University Address

    UCF President John C. Hitt will present his annual State of the University Address at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 24, in the Pegasus Ballroom of the Student Union. The university community is invited to hear him discuss UCF’s opportunities and challenges, along with his vision for the university’s future. The president’s address will be followed […]

  • New Book Analyzes Revolution that 'Changed Cuba and the World'

    Weaving together the historical, social and political influences that shaped Cuba since the middle of last century, UCF history professor Luis Martinez-Fernandez has released a narrative and interpretative history of the country’s revolution to the current transformations initiated by President Raúl Castro. “Revolutionary Cuba” examines the rebellion that started in 1952, the Soviet influence through […]

  • Toss Old, Unused Medicine at Drug Take-Back Event

    Get rid of expired or unused medication the right– and safe– way during UCF’s drug take-back event next week. UCF Police and UCF Health Services will partner to collect expired, unwanted or unused prescription or over-the-counter drugs as part of an anonymous, no-questions-asked national effort to curb drug abuse and safely dispose of unneeded medicine. […]


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  • Space Launch to Carry Experiments of UCF Professor, Graduate

    Two payloads on Saturday morning’s SpaceX-4 launch at Cape Kennedy will have UCF ties. The launch is scheduled for 2:16 a.m. from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and will deliver cargo and crew supplies to the International Space Station. Several experiments on the flight will include: Physics professor Joshua Colwell’s research to explore low-energy collisions […]

  • 50 Years of Succeeding, Achieving and Working Together

    National TRiO Day brings awareness to the continuing needs of low-income and first generation students and the thousands of student lives TRiO programs have changed. This year marked the 50th anniversary of the legislation which established the federally funded TRiO programs. The UCF PRIME STEM Program/Student Support Services celebrated National TRiO Day by hosting 50 […]

  • Campus Safety is Weston-Sydney’s No. 1

    Student Development and Enrollment Services staff had the opportunity to interview the 2014-15 Student Government Association Student Body President Weston Bayes and Vice President Sydney Altfield. Both Weston-Sydney served in leadership roles during their UCF collegiate years such as with UCF Homecoming, Knight-Thon and the SDES Advisory Board. Sydney came to UCF from Miami, and […]

  • Learn About UCF, Cheer on Knights During Family Weekend

    UCF’s Family Weekend returns Friday, Sept. 19, bringing with it opportunities for students and their relatives to learn more about the programs and services offered at UCF and to take in the Knights’ first home game of the season. The Knights will kick off against the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats at 6 p.m. Saturday at Bright House […]

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