UCF Students Taking On Less College Debt, See University as Good Value

UCF Students Taking On Less College Debt, See University as Good Value

Bryce Nelson is 20, a junior, works two jobs and meticulously manages his financial aid each year on his way to earning a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the University of Central Florida. He owes $3,500 in student loans, and he’s working on paying that off before he graduates. All of which makes Nelson a […]

UCF Wins Partnership Award from Orange County Public Schools

Orange County Public Schools recently recognized the University of Central Florida as an “Outstanding Partner in Education” on behalf of Evans High School. College of Health and Public Affairs Dean Michael Frumkin and Center for Community Partnerships Director Nancy Ellis accepted the award during a ceremony at SeaWorld on April 29. “Students and staff at […]

National Entrepreneur Center Releases Economic Impact Report

The National Entrepreneur Center (NEC) released today the findings of its latest economic impact study, which indicated a return on investment (ROI) of $14.00 for every dollar invested in the NEC since 2003.  Austin-based Angelou Economics (AE) – an economic research and analysis firm which works with public and private sector clients both domestically and […]

CEDHP Elementary Education Majors Help Area Students Develop Writing Skills

April 30th was more than just a regular day of school at Arbor Ridge Elementary; for more than 25 grade school students it was also the celebration and wrap-up of their semester-long tutoring and writing project with UCF teacher candidates. The UCF “Knights Write!” program, completing its 17th year at Arbor Ridge, sees UCF education […]