UCF to Test Emergency Communication Tools Sept. 30

UCF to Test Emergency Communication Tools Sept. 30

UCF’s preparations for potential emergency situations include regular tests of communication tools that provide critical information to students, staff and faculty members, and the public. Several of those UCF Alert tools will be tested Tuesday, Sept. 30. During an emergency, the UCF website is the best place for the university community and the public to find […]

  • Students Connect with Advisors at Open House

    First Year Advising and Exploration and the Sophomore and Second Year Center seek to create innovative opportunities for students to connect with their respective advising offices. These connections can only be fostered through exchanging meaningful interactions. Therefore, FYAE and SSYC hosted an Advising Open House on September 3 to encourage students to build relationships with […]

  • Expo Welcomes Students to UCF

    On August 20, the Welcome Expo connected students to various UCF and community businesses. The expo had record-breaking 3,422 students in attendance. Students had the opportunity to meet with: Over 20 vendors gave free-giveaways to attendees and discussed services that each company delivers. 34 UCF departments provided students the opportunity to understand their function and […]

  • LINK Amazing Race Connects Students to Campus

    Pegasus Palooza 2014 took campus by storm during the first week of fall classes. As the university’s official Welcome Week, Pegasus Palooza is designed to help students acclimate to campus and get connected to UCF while learning about campus resources and making friends. This year, 48 events were held and more than 25,000 students participated […]


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  • College of Medicine Volunteer Faculty Member Named President of American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin

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