Vice President Al Harms to Leave UCF

Vice President Al Harms to Leave UCF

Admiral Al Harms, vice president for Strategy, Marketing, Communications, and Admissions, has announced his resignation from UCF effective Dec. 31. “Admiral Harms has served UCF with dedication and distinction, and I commend him for his outstanding leadership and commitment to this university,” said UCF President John Hitt. “Al and his wife, Gina, have been trusted and […]

  • Student Forum Canceled

    An open forum scheduled Oct. 16 for UCF students to meet with President John C. Hitt has been canceled because of a scheduling conflict with an SGA event. The next forum is scheduled April 9.

  • Students Invited to Open Forum With President Hitt

    UCF students are invited to attend an open forum Thursday, Feb. 14, with President John C. Hitt; Provost and Executive Vice President Tony Waldrop; and vice presidents Maribeth Ehasz, Al Harms and Bill Merck. The forum will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Key West Ballroom (room 218 AB) of the Student Union. All students […]

  • Students Invited to Tuesday Open Forum

    Students are invited to share their ideas, concerns and experiences at a UCF open forum Tuesday, Nov. 6. The forum will be hosted by President John C. Hitt; Provost and Executive Vice President Tony Waldrop; and Vice Presidents Maribeth Ehasz (Student Development and Enrollment Services); Al Harms (Strategy, Marketing, Communications & Admissions); Dan Holsenbeck (University […]

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  • UCF Hosts Conference to Boost Academic Success of Student Veterans

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