As this school year comes to an end it is easy to get caught up in preparing for the next year without acknowledging those who’ve made this one a success.  UCF’s Student Government Association recognizes this so, before the transition and planning begins, they want to say thank you to Steve Della-Valentina. For the past three years, Steve Della-Valentina has worked tirelessly as SGA’s w[...]
  Former State Senator Lee Constantine, a graduate of the University of Central Florida, has represented Florida as a public servant for 32 years. In 1978, he was elected the youngest person in the City of Altamonte Springs history, serving as Commissioner and Mayor for 14 years. In 1992, he was elected to the Florida House of Representatives where he served for 8 years. In 2000, Mr. C[...]
Students who find themselves facing academic probation, suspension or even expulsion have the right to a fair and impartial hearing. Their registration status also cannot be changed by the university until after a decision is reached. UCF can never go as far as to abridge the rights of students. So whether you are seeking parking appeals, grade appeals or student conduct issues you can take[...]
  What is the purpose of the Activity and Service Fee? The purpose of the Activity and Service Fee is to provide students at UCF with various activities and services such the Recreation and Wellness Center, Student Legal Services, Knight LYNX, free printing, the Student Union, and the affiliated agencies. - Activity and Service Fee Budget Committee Chair Anthony King  What does the Activit[...]
­­ On Friday, February 21, 2013 Judge Belvin Perry, Jr., the son of one of Orlando’s first African-American police officers, will be educating students on their rights according to the Constitution and UCF’s Golden Rule. His presentation will begin at 12:30 p.m. and conclude at 2:30 p.m. in the Student Union room 218A. Judge Perry currently serves as the chief judge of Florida’s Ninth Judic[...]