You’ve Been Offered Admission! What Now? – Checklist
Florida Public Community/State College Transfer Journey
All first-time, undergraduate degree-seeking students offered admission are required to attend transfer orientation prior to enrollment.
To register and for more information on orientation visit https://orientation.ucf.edu/transfer/.
- Virtual Web-content about the University and your Academic College and Major
- Virtual UCF Success Session on selected date
- Virtual Advising and Course Enrollment on selected date
During orientation registration you will select a specific date for your virtual UCF Success Session and Virtual Advising and Course Enrollment components.
The virtual Web-content about the University and your Academic College and Major is available online and can be completed at your own pace, but must be done prior to Advising and Course Enrollment selected date.
For more information and to sign up visit knightsemail.ucf.edu. ALL official UCF communication will be sent via Knights Email. No other email address will be used.
Visit: studenthealth.ucf.edu/immunizations/. Watch the video to learn more about the immunization requirements and how to set up your Med+Proctor profile to submit your records.
Once admitted, the Residency Declaration form will be added to your status page in the Future Knight Portal as a required document. You will be required to upload documents within that form, if necessary, to support your claim. If you applied prior to 8/1/2021, check your residency status in the myUCF portal.
Verify your transfer credits in myUCF. The status of your transfer credits can be found in the Transfer Summary Report (TSR) in the Student Center.
myKnight Audit will show you which transfer courses meet degree requirements and outstanding courses that remain to complete your degree. Any In-Progress courses will require a final official transcript to record the appropriate grade.
If you had courses in progress when you applied or if a degree was awarded since application, send transcripts electronically or mail to the Undergraduate Admissions office in the original, sealed envelope.
- Office of Undergraduate Admission
University of Central Florida
PO Box 160111
Orlando, FL 32816-0111
You are required to attend the meetings on the dates you select during registration, make sure you are available and arrive promptly to avoid cancellation.
Check for any Holds or To-Dos on your account in myUCF. Orientation and immunization holds must be resolved prior to registration.
- Print academic degree audit. For instructions visit: registrar.ucf.edu/my-knight-audit.
- If your major is at a UCF Connect location, schedule an appointment with your Success Coach.
- Students with an Orlando (Main or UCF Downtown campuses) major will meet with an advisor during orientation.
Registration is by Enrollment Appointment and can only be completed once orientation and immunization holds have been resolved. Use mySchedule Builder to help you generate all possible schedule combinations based on your course selections, allowing you to evaluate which schedule of classes will work best for you and register for them. You must enroll for the term indicated on your admission letter.
Students should obtain a Fee Invoice from myUCF when available after registering for classes.
Visit https://connect.ucf.edu/#locations for information on UCF Connect centers located throughout Central Florida.