The UCF Undergraduate Catalog is compiled, edited, and published each May by the Registrar’s Office. An abridged version is available online, and the entire document, as well as each individual degree program, can be downloaded in PDF format. In addition, the Advising Guide offers students the opportunity to create a PDF document tailor-made for them with essential information concerning their degree programs, colleges, and official UCF policies. Students interested in information regarding graduate programs should refer to the Graduate Catalog.
The Registrar’s Office manages the official Academic Calendar, which contains the dates and times for all registration periods, application deadlines, holidays, special events, and more. You can filter the calendar, save it, or subscribe to it!
Use the search to specify your class meeting pattern, class start time, and class end time in order to find your Final Exam date, day, and time. If you do not see your specific information listed, please contact us via our Contact Form. Finals for Saturday classes are held during regular class meeting times on the Saturday during Final Exam week.
The Registrar’s Office works with the Office of the President and many other UCF departments to coordinate the commencement ceremonies. The office prepares the Commencement Program and is responsible for the Commencement website.
Student records, including Transcripts and Grades, are only available through myUCF. Included in this page are instructions for accessing those records. These steps will allow you 24/7 access to your own records.
The Registration Overview shows you, step-by-step, how to search for open classes and register for those classes.
In 2009, the Florida Legislature implemented Section 1009.286, Florida Statutes to encourage students to complete their baccalaureate degree as quickly and efficiently as possible and established an Excess Credit Hour Surcharge. The bill requires universities to add a surcharge to each credit hour taken in excess of the total number of credit hours required to complete the degree being pursued.
A registration waitlist is an electronic process that auto-enrolls students in closed classes as seats become available. This enables students to get into the classes they want without having to continuously check for possible openings. Waitlists operate on a first-come, first-served basis, so this process ensures that students who enroll sooner have a better chance of getting into a closed course.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, or FERPA, is the United States federal law that protects student records privacy review and disclosure rights. The law guarantees these rights for both current and former UCF students.
The University of Central Florida has been approved by Florida to participate in National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements. NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education. The reciprocity agreements allow for the open delivery of academic credit-earning activities in participating states, including academic field experiences such as internships or practicums.
Multiple Term Registration allows all undergraduate students to register for Summer and Fall terms at the same time. Students who, as of February 1, have declared a major and have a UCF GPA of 3.5 or higher, will have the opportunity to register for the Spring term at the same time as the Summer and Fall terms.
The Registrar’s Office is responsible for arranging and scheduling UCF’s hundreds of classrooms located throughout the campus. In addition, Registered Student Organizations, faculty and staff members, and thesis defense committees can reserve a room through the Classroom Reservation Form.
The Registrar’s Office provides training to UCF faculty and staff on a variety of topics related to student records including pertinent privacy laws (FERPA). Courses are administered both online as well as through face-to-face classroom sessions.
As part of the university’s ongoing efforts to provide improvements in services for our constituents, we are working together with programs, colleges and Computer Services to provide a tool that will enhance the student’s advising experience. Degree and certificate seeking students will be able to retrieve a real-time status of their academic career progress in myUCF where the DARS audit currently is located.
Special Provisions for Veterans and Active Duty Military Students
UCF will grant college credit to students with military training, experience or coursework that is recognized by the American Council on Education (ACE). Military training, experience or coursework is subject to UCF’s regular transfer practices including limitations on amount and level of transfer credit. More information can be found here.
Online Grade Changes
Online grading instructions for faculty, department chairs and deans.
Instructors for Nicholson School of Communications classes must submit a paper grade change form.
Students are entitled to receive the information below per the provisions of the Higher Education Act (668.41). Students may request printed copies of the information from the appropriate office. Refer inquiring students to the appropriate source or office, as follows:
Florida State University System Post Graduation Employment Outcomes and Economic Security
These reports focus on the median first-year earnings of recent graduates of Florida four-year institutions with the first-year earnings for graduates of specific degree programs at specific colleges and universities. They also present data debt accumulated by students, not just graduates, and show the degrees and certificates students earn, the earnings for those specific degree programs, along with the percentage of graduates employed full time in Florida.
- Florida State University System Post Graduation Employment Outcomes
- Florida Department of Economic Opportunity on Economic Security
Repeat Checking refers to how the University treats classes that you have taken more than once. If you repeat a class, there are implications for your GPA and academic level (freshman, sophomore, etc.).”
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