Once you’re enrolled, meet with a UNITE Ambassador for a Transfer Success Consultation. This session is designed to ensure you make the most of your first-year at UCF. Sign up for an appointment here: unitementoring.youcanbook.me.
Still unsure of what major you want to pursue? Visit the Transfer and Transition Services Office or utilize these resources and begin planning this important decision now.
The purpose of the General Education Program (GEP) is to introduce students to a broad range of human knowledge and intellectual pursuits, equip them with the analytic and expressive skills required to engage in those pursuits, develop their ability to think critically, and prepare them for life-long learning.
Students who transfer without an Associate of Arts from a Florida public college or university must complete the UCF General Education Program (GEP). Students who have earned their Associate of Arts degree from a Florida public college, or who have completed the requirement at a Florida public institution and have General Education Requirements Met placed on their official transcripts, are considered to meet the UCF GEP requirement.
A selection of scholarships are available through Financial Aid. A full listing of scholarships at UCF can be found on the Student Financial Assistance website.
Are you expecting financial aid? Please review the following sections of the UCF Student Financial Assistance website:
Admitted transfer students who have declared a major should visit their college advising office for assistance with questions regarding degree requirements and program requisites. Transfer students who have not declared a major or wish to change majors should visit us for academic advising assistance.
Our Academic Advisor from the Veterans Academic Resource Center helps you develop and implement your academic plans as well as support your transition to UCF. The advisor also has access to campus and community resources that are available to veterans.
Whether you’re considering transferring within the year or you’ve already started your applications, this guide has everything you need to know about what to expect from the transfer process and how to minimize the losses of time, credits or cash you might incur along the way.