• Speed Limits Lowered in Parts of Main Campus

    Starting this week, speed limits in campus areas that were previously 35 mph have been lowered to 30 mph. This initiative will increase safety as UCF takes steps to allow faculty and staff members who utilize golf carts additional access to campus roads. Roadways impacted include Gemini Blvd. near Greek Park and the CFE Arena […]

  • Bright Holiday Season Just the Start for Florida's Recovering Economy

    A healthy holiday season is just the beginning of a great year for Florida, according to a University of Central Florida’s latest state economic forecast released today. “Kris Kringle has nothing on the Sunshine State,” said Sean Snaith, a UCF economist and director of the UCF Center for Economic Competitiveness. “The 34th Street Miracle pales […]

  • SDES’ Inclusive New Office

    Social Justice and Advocacy, the newest department within Student Development and Enrollment Services, is responsible for providing oversight to the Multicultural Student Center and LGBTQ+ Services. SJA will facilitate intentional programming aimed at addressing the following goals: Advocate for access and equity throughout the UCF campus community. Promote civil conversations on issues impacting campus climate. […]

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  • "3-D Arm Team" Continues to Turn Dreams Into Reality for Children Without Limbs

    Twenty-two – That’s the number of countries represented by the hundreds of calls and emails a team of engineering students at the University of Central Florida has received since they designed and delivered a bionic arm to a 6-year-old boy this past July. “We receive emails daily asking for help,” said Dominique Courbin, a senior […]

  • UCF Engineering Professor Takes Top Invention Honors

    Marwan Simaan’s engineering career has made a difference in the world, from devices that give potential heart transplant patients more time to wait for a donor heart, to sharper images of the earth and all its curves, to games that are smart enough to help teach leadership skills. That’s why the University of Central Florida […]

  • Art Gallery to Host Exhibit, Discussion on Creativity

    A mixed media exhibition and discussion on creativity featuring an FSU art instructor will be hosted by the University of Central Florida Art Gallery. “Leafstorm,” featuring the works of professor Mary Stewart, will kick off with a free reception 6-8 p.m. Jan. 8 in the gallery, Rm. 140A in the UCF Visual Arts Building. The […]

  • Much of Society's Unrest Caused by Barrage of Negative Stereotypes in Films

    Everybody has a perception about what the image of art should say – or not say – but few have an informed opinion. The power of the communicative arts transcends the mere power to inform. That power is used in film, television, newspapers, radio, art, magazines, music, theatre and the new social media network as […]

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The Plan for UCF Downtown

UCF in Downtown Orlando: The potential of UCF moving downtown and the benefits to the community.