• Professional Selling Students Make UCF History at ICSC

    UCF College of Business Administration students emerged as champions at the 2014 International Collegiate Sales Competition (ICSC) hosted in Orlando at the Rosen Centre Hotel, making this the first-ever ICSC championship for our Professional Selling Program. The ICSC puts students’ selling skills to the test in a challenge to create a sales solution to improve […]

  • Starter Riot 2014: Tips and Treats for Student Start-ups

    Starter Riot, heralded as UCF’s biggest pre-Halloween social event, brought more than 1,300 UCF students to the Pegasus Ballroom on October 27. In addition to free candy and pizza, students were offered advice on beginning a successful start-up while pursuing a college degree. Students feeling the holiday spirit came in their scariest attire to hear […]

  • College of Business Hosts Veterans Job Fair

    UCF students, alumni and service men and women are invited to attend the College of Business Administration’s second-annual Central Florida Veterans Job Fair on Friday, November 7, generously supported by Wells Fargo. The free event will feature financial planning advice, mock interviews and guest speakers. The hashtag for the event is #ucfvetjobfair. The fair begins […]

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  • O'Dang Hummus Enjoys Taste of Success at Blackstone LaunchPad Demo Day

    A start-up hummus business created by a University of Central Florida student was the highest-ranked student-led venture in the inaugural Blackstone LaunchPad Demo Day held in New York City last week. “The major players in the market are all doing the exact same flavors. Our idea is to be the rebels, the disruptive kids of […]

  • As Candidates' TV Ads Heat Up, Economy Hits Its Stride

    As the Florida governor’s race heads into its final days, the candidates are turning up the heat with television ads blaming each other for the state’s economic woes or taking credit for gains made. But the governor, no matter who he or she is, can’t be held solely responsible for how the economy has done, […]

  • College of Business Administration Hosts UCF Alumni for 2nd Annual Careerfest

    More than 300 students filled the classrooms of UCF’s College of Business Administration this month to gain advice and insight from 43 business industry alumni at the 2nd Annual Careerfest Business Alumni Panels event. Students were given the opportunity to attend several break-out panel sessions revolving around both industry-related topics and professional development. “I’m thrilled […]

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A Graduation Story

More than 4,500 UCF students graduated during December 15-16 commencement ceremonies. The anticipated graduates include 3,712 who filed intents to receive bachelor’s degrees, 810 for master’s degrees, four for education specialist degrees and 65 for doctoral degrees. With this week’s graduations, UCF will have awarded more than 225,000 degrees since classes began in 1968.