Campus Updates

UCF will be moving all courses to an online format effective on Monday, March 16th and students have been asked to avoid campus, if possible, for at least the next two weeks. Advising offices will remain operational.  However, to align with university’s priority to keep students, faculty, and staff healthy, we will not be meeting with students in person until further notice. In order to receive advising support, please call or email your advisor or advising office in order to schedule an appointment via phone or video conferencing software.

Knight Track Program


The Knight Track scholarship program is a one semester academic success program designed for transfer students new to the University of Central Florida (UCF). Select transfer students are placed in the Knight Track program during their first enrolled semester at the university (second semester for Summer admit students). Transfer and Transition Services notifies students of their placement in the program within the first few weeks of the Fall 2019 term. Students are required to complete all program requirements by the end of the semester to apply for the Knight Track scholarship award.

As result of completing the Knight Track program, new students have:

  • Engaged in the continuous development of student learning skills through active participation in workshops, coaching/mentoring, learning communities, and academic advising
  • Built familiarity with UCF Academic expectations, policies, and procedures
  • Developed a S.M.A.R.T goal unique to their student aspirations
  •  Maintained good academic standing through end of the semester

Program Requirements

The Knight Track program requirements are built on four domains of the transfer experience Academic Planning, Career Planning, Academic Success, and Goal-Setting. The Knight Track program is restricted access program. Students are notified of their eligibility within the first few weeks of their first semester. Program are detailed below:

Phone Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm
Email Bernard.Huggins@ucf.edu
Location Trevor Colbourn Hall, Room 133A