The Ginsburg Center for Inclusion and Community Engagement works with Student Academic Resource Center (SARC) and Knights Major Exploration and Transition Center (KMETC), to coordinate and execute the Access Program. These offices work together to promote student success and persistence for students in the Access Program.
The University of Central Florida will be offering the Access 2023 Summer Program in a face-to-face modality This means that all components of the Access program will be held in person on the main UCF campus.
The Access Student:
Students chosen for the UCF Access Program are selected by Undergraduate Admissions. Selection is made based upon many factors including a student’s academic credentials and quality of courses taken in high school. Undergraduate Admissions believes students selected for the Access Program have demonstrated the ability to succeed at UCF when given the opportunity to receive holistic academic and personal support.
Access students’ continued enrollment for the Fall 2023 semester is contingent upon their successful completion of the Access Program. To advance to the Fall semester, students must:
- Complete two college-level courses (six credit hours) with a grade point average of a 2.5 or higher
- Student must have less than 3.5 absences in order to move forward to Fall 2023.
- Participate in ALL Access Program academic support activities
- Participate in ALL Required Program Components
- Attend Access Orientation
- Be ready to start summer B Monday, June 26, 2023
Additional Program Components
Students will meet with their academic advisor during the summer B term to discuss each their academic progress, major career options, and assist students with future academic planning.
Each Access student will be paired with a Peer Advocate. The Peer Advocate is an upper-class student that serves as a guide (to provide guidance and ongoing feedback to assist with transitioning to the university).
Each week students will be exposed to speakers, resources, and experiences that will enhance their academic career at UCF.
Preparing for the Access Program
Accept Your Offer: Accept your invitation to the 2023-2024 Access Program by May 1, 2023, online at my.ucf.edu > Student Self-Service> Undergraduate Admissions
Submit your FAFSA: You can complete the FAFSA form using estimated tax information if you or your parents’ taxes have not been filed. The FAFSA can be completed online at https://fafsa.ed.gov/. Complete the FAFSA for 2023-2024 (for summer 2023) and 2023-2024 (for fall 2023, spring 2024, and summer 2024). UCF’s school code is 003954.
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