National Transfer Student Week
October 17-21, 2022
National Transfer Student Week (NTSW) celebrates the accomplishments and achievements of transfer students and those who support them in their journeys. UCF is proud to celebrate transfer students and has organized events for current and future transfer knights throughout the week.
Join the Celebration with us!
Profile and Social Media Stickers
Tuesday, October 18, 2022
SVAD Information Session
Learn about required pre-reqs, programs, careers, and resources for the majors in the UCF School of Visual Arts and Design.
Wednesday, October 19, 2022
U-Knight the Knights
All knights are invited to come together at the UCF Reflecting Pond for food, games, and giveaways in celebration of National Transfer Student Week! Students who attend can look forward to a special appearance from Knightro and President Cartwright!
DirectConnect to UCF® Information Session
Join us online for an information session on DirectConnect to UCF and learn what guaranteed admission is all about. In this interactive information session, ask questions, and find out what you need to know to make your transition to UCF smooth.
Successful Exploration of Public Service Majors
The College of Community Innovation and Education (CCIE) offers a variety of degrees that will set you up on the right path to your dream career.
Thursday, October 20, 2022
UCF Degree Expo
The 2022 Degree Expo will showcase degree options, insight on program details, career options, and answer your top questions. It’s a one-stop-shop for exploring your possibilities.
Transfer Talk with Career Services: How Does Your Program Impact Your Future?
Learn about Career Services and the numerous resources and services it has to offer, as you search for the right major or prepare for your job search. Light refreshments will be provided!
Transfer Into Honors Research
Learn about the Honors Undergraduate Thesis (HUT) program, which provides juniors and seniors from all disciplines the opportunity to engage in original and independent research and creative activity as principal investigators and scholars.