Transfer and Transition Services helps transfer students make a seamless transition for a more successful UCF experience. We provide pre-admission and transition advising to transfer students as well as connections to the campus community through a strong Peer Mentor program.
- Pre-admission academic advising and planning
- Help choosing a major, identifying Common Program Prerequisites for a major, and preparing an academic plan
- Deciding on a major/minor
- General Education Program information
- Help with transfer course equivalencies
- Referrals to academic departments and other offices
- Contact with UCF faculty and staff
- Assistance for creating a smooth transition into a major
- Answers to transition questions and concerns
- Advocacy for transfer students
- Links to the campus community
- Connections to UCF resources
- Peer Mentors answer questions and concerns
- Transfer students connecting with transfer students
- Transfer Success Workshop Series offered every Fall and Spring
- Transfer Knights Student Organization
- Tau Sigma National Honor Society for transfer students
Did You Know…
In 2012, Transfer and Transition Services:
Assisted more than 69,661 constituents with questions about UCF, academic programs, and transfer procedures
Had 151,916 visits to our award-winning Website that provide information for both current and prospective students
Peer Mentors provided academic advising and orientation assistance to over 19,463 transfer students
Transfer and Transition Services provides assistance, referrals, and advocacy to enhance students' opportunities for strong academic preparation, a smooth transition to UCF, and successful progress toward graduation.
We provide these services to transfer undergraduate students through academic and transition advising, programming for students and advisors, coordination of articulation agreements, and through publications and other communications for all constituents.
The Office of Transfer and Transition Services continues to be a nationally recognized team of advocates for students and a model advising support program, promoting undergraduate students' academic preparation, transition, and progress toward graduation. Through collaboration and partnerships with internal and external constituencies, the office remains cutting-edge in providing opportunities for student success.