UCF Student Health Services provides a variety of primary and specialty care services to help keep students at their optimum health. The Main Health Center is located on the Main Campus, and satellite clinics are located at Knights Plaza by the CFE Arena, at the Rosen campus, and Health Sciences campus. Our services are designed with students’ needs in mind.
Students’ consultation and evaluation by our health providers is covered by the Health Fee, included in their tuition. Additional services/materials are either billed to insurance or you can take advantage of our low self-pay prices. If you require a service we do not offer or prefer to see an in-network provider, our Referrals department can assist in getting you where you need to go.
The UCF Immunization Form should be downloaded and a completed hard copy must be mailed or faxed to Student Health Services.
Note: a hold will be placed on your account preventing registration if your UCF Immunization Form is not turned in on time.
The mission of the Student Account Services office is to serve the students who attend our university by billing fees, campus housing, and other university charges accurately and efficiently, and collecting and crediting tuition revenue. We are here to provide students with quality service and information by maintaining accurate financial records and communicating policies and information to students concerning their accounts.
Students seeking to use financial aid to help pay for Summer B term expenses will need to complete a 2023-2024 FAFSA, in addition to the 2024-2025 FAFSA because Summer semester still falls under the current academic year. The 2024-2025FAFSA will determine your financial aid package for Fall 2024, Spring 2025, and Summer 2025.
The Office of Student Financial Assistance, a unit within Student Development and Enrollment Services, is dedicated to supporting UCF’s mission and goals through the efficient delivery of student aid. The Office provides UCF students with a comprehensive offering of financial assistance options to support student success and the attainment of a university degree.
If you have any housing questions for fall 2023 please contact UCF Housing and Residence Life for more information.
Advantages of living on campus include:
- Providing a small college setting
- Quick access to UCF’s resources and benefits
- Getting to know other UCF students
- Walking to classes without having to worry about parking
Summer Access students interested in Housing:
Summer Access students who are interested in living on-campus should complete a summer housing application. Once students have completed a housing application, they must wait for their housing agreement to be confirmed to begin the roommate matching. Confirmations are issued on a rolling basis weekly and are an indication that there is space to live on campus. For step-by-step to complete the housing application please visit the housing website at How to Apply and for roommate instructions please visit the Roommate tab on the housing website. Students are strongly encouraged to complete the Profile portion to aid in identifying appropriate roommates.
For additional questions about roommate matching please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional assistance.
Students chosen for the UCF Access program are selected by the Admissions Committee from a large and competitive applicant pool. Selection is made based upon many factors including a student’s academic credentials and quality of courses taken in high school. The Admissions Committee believes that those students selected for the Access Program have demonstrated the ability to succeed at UCF when given the opportunity to receive the support the Access Programs provide. For more information, please contact Undergraduate Admissions Office at
email@example.com or 407-823-3000.
Upon admittance to UCF, all undergraduate students are required to attend an Orientation session. All Access students are required to attend the same orientation on June 15th and June 16th. Since the Access orientation does not follow the standard orientation schedule, this particular orientation is mandatory.
The University Testing Center (UTC) is part of the Division of Student Learning and Academic Success. It administers exams, including entrance, placement, academic, certification and licensure, distance learning, and pre-employment exams for numerous agencies, businesses, and institutions. UTC also provides institutional, state, and national standardized testing services for UCF students, non-UCF students, and the community. UTC works with the Office of Student Accessibility Services to provide accommodations for students with disabilities.
The Academic Calendar outlines important dates and deadlines for each semester, such as the first day of classes, payment deadline, final examination period, withdrawal deadline, holidays, and many more.