Welcome Future International Knights!
Our Transfer Connect team will support you in transitioning to UCF and help you succeed every step of the way!
Follow these steps to start your transfer journey to graduate as a Knight!
START YOUR JOURNEY.
Note: If you previously applied to UCF and did not attend, you may reactivate your application within one year of the semester for which you first applied. Learn More.
This checklist guides you through all the steps of the application process, including offering tips about things to know before you apply and when you apply.
Once you’ve signed up for Transfer Connect, a Personal Success Coach will connect with you to assist with making the transition to UCF smoother and to provide strategies and resources to help you graduate faster.
Plan to attend one of our 30-minute virtual sessions which covers lots of information about transferring to UCF.
- Career Exploration – MyPlan
Delve into or confirm your career interests with our interactive tool.
- Explore UCF Majors
Find the major that’s right for you by exploring the over 100 bachelor’s degrees offered here.
- Knights Major Exploration and Transition Center
Are you Undeclared or unsure about your major? KMETC can help guide you to find a UCF major that aligns with your career and academic goals.
- UCF Success Pathways – Degree Mapping Guides
View our course sequences by major. These plans outline the specific path for planning your courses as you earn an A.A. at a state college and get ready to transfer to UCF.
- Transfer Credit Equivalence Portal
Determine your earned college credits based on the courses you’ve already taken.
YOU’RE ON YOUR WAY.
You’re almost here. Refer to this checklist for tips and next steps while your transfer application is being processed.
YOU’VE BEEN ADMITTED TO UCF.
Your transfer is almost completed! Use this checklist to review final steps, processes, and more tips to transition to UCF.
Check out this comprehensive list of services that are available to help you transition and get involved at UCF.
Undergraduate Admissions International Transfer Deadlines
We understand that coming to UCF is a huge transition! But remember, we are here to help you transfer and succeed. Here’s a list of the many services available to make your transition as smooth as possible:
- Academic Advising
- Academic Calendar
- Degree Audit (my Knight Audit)
- Knights Major Exploration and Transition Center (KMETC)
- Math Lab
- Math Placement Test
- Pegasus Path
- Registrar’s Office
- Registration – My Schedule Builder
- Student Academic Resource Center (SARC)
- Study Abroad
- Undergraduate Admissions
- Undergraduate Research
- University Writing Center
- Accessibility Services
- Career Services
- Financial Assistance
- Housing and Residence Life
- Information Technology Support
- Neighborhood Relations (Off-campus housing resources)
- Office of Prestigious Awards (OPA)
- Student Complaints and Appeals
- Veteran Academic Resource Center (VARC)
Other Services or Requirements
- Computer Labs
- Visit https://library.ucf.edu/services/computers-technology/#tab_Rosen for more information.
- Partnership Building, Suite 1100
Phone: 407-708-2838 for hours of operation
- UCF South Lake: Building 2, Room 209
Phone: 352-536-2142 for days and hours of operation
- Honor Your Knighthood
- Knights Email
- Knights Pantry
- Parking Services
- Cocoa Campus Cashier: Building 11, Room 201
- South Lake Campus: Campus Security in Building 2, Lobby
- Student Account Services & Fee Payment
- Student ID Cards
- Student Legal Services
- Transportation & Shuttles
- Web Course Support
Main Campus has several computer labs available. Vist https://it.ucf.edu/techcommons/computer-labs/ for locations and hours. A valid UCF ID is required for use.
Rosen College of Hospitality Management
UCF Sanford/Lake Mary
UCF South Lake
UCF Valencia West and UCF Valencia Osceola have access to the joint-use computers in the UCF Valencia libraries at each campus. Students may also check out laptops from the library.
Students who park a vehicle on the University of Central Florida campus must purchase a parking permit. Visit Parking Services to purchase and for more information.
Rosen College of Hospitality and Management
UCF parking permits are required to park in UCF lots. Visit Parking Services to purchase online.
UCF students are required to purchase a parking permit from Eastern Florida State College (EFSC) to park their vehicles on EFSC properties. EFSC parking permits can be purchased at the EFSC Cashier’s office:
UCF Daytona Beach
Parking is FREE at UCF Daytona Beach and decals are not required.
UCF parking permits are required to park in UCF lots and garages and parking spaces. Visit https://www.ucf.edu/downtown/transportation/ to learn more about parking and transportation options for UCF Downtown.
UCF South Lake
Parking is FREE at UCF South Lake however, parking decals are required. Decals can be obtained from:
UCF Altamonte Springs and UCF Sanford/Lake Mary
Parking is FREE at UCF Sanford/Lake Mary, and parking decals are not required.
UCF Valencia East, UCF Valencia Osceola, and UCF Valencia West
Parking decals are free and may be obtained from the Valencia College Campus Security.
UCF textbooks may be purchased online through the UCF Bookstore.
Health and Wellness
- Advocacy Services
- Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)
- Dining Services
- Recreation & Wellness Center
- Student Health Services
- UCF Cares