Swinging for Scholarships

Swinging for Scholarships

When Joyce DeGennaro, ’03, decided to apply for the College of Nursing’s accelerated B.S.N. program, she needed some assistance to help ease the financial burden of pursuing another degree. After all, she was a little older, and had a 6-month-old baby and mortgage at the time. That’s when she discovered the Femmes de Coeur scholarship, […]

UCF Names Dean for New College and Division

Elizabeth A. Dooley, an associate provost at West Virginia University, has been named vice provost for Teaching and Learning at UCF and dean of the newly formed College of Undergraduate Studies, formerly the Office of Undergraduate Studies. Dooley, who served as an associate provost for undergraduate academic affairs at West Virginia University since 2009, starts […]

UCF Amps Up Community Outreach During Summer

Summer is an opportunity for UCF to extend its connection with the community and to inspire children to pursue a college education. Starting this month, many of the university’s colleges and schools will offer hands-on summer programs to get children excited about college and potential careers. Hundreds of children will participate in the numerous summer […]

UCF Alumni Association Hosts AlumKnights of the Roundtable: 2015 Chapter & Club Council

On Saturday, June 13, following the previous evening’s 8th Annual UCF Jefferson Awards & Alumni Volunteer Reception, nearly 60 regional, college and special interest chapter and club alumni volunteers — from Central Florida and across the nation — attended the UCF Alumni Association’s AlumKnights of the Roundtable: 2015 Chapter & Club Council at the UCF […]

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A Bold Move

A bold move by UCF. 30,000 jobs. And billions in economic development. The only project of its kind. Some call it a game changer. We call it a medical city. With research, hospitals and a College of Medicine…we’re transforming and savings lives. I’m Rick Walsh, UCF Class of ’77.