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S TA R T I N G A N A C A D E M I C C A R E E R What an exciting and challenging time! Your student is settling into their new home, adjusting to their class schedule, finding their way around campus and forming new friendships. Their first few weeks at UCF will be thrilling, but may also bring challenges. Separation from family and hometown friends brings the need to find a new support system. Students may also wonder how they will get along with new roommates and professors. They may interact with others who have beliefs and values different from their own. They will also learn it’s critical they make good decisions — how much to study, whether or not they will become involved in co-curricular activities, or how many hours a week they will spend at a part-time job. It may seem that this is a lot to cope with so early in a college career, but research shows that students make these types of decisions and establish corresponding patterns of behavior within the first two weeks of classes. The good news is there is a world of possibilities open to students, with the assistance of many staff and services, to help them become successful at UCF. The best thing you can do as a parent or family member is to maintain consistent communication; ask questions about their activities, classes and new friends; be understanding — and let them know how much you care.

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JUNE 9

Summer A Withdrawal Deadline

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Summer D Withdrawal Deadline

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Last Day of Summer A Classes, On-campus Housing Opens for Summer B and Move-in Weekend

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Move-in Weekend

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Summer Pool Party, RWC Leisure Pool, 7–9 p.m. and Move-in Weekend

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Summer B Classes Begin

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Summer Block Party, Academic Village Courtyard, 6:30–8 p.m. and Amazing Race

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Summer B Drop/Swap Deadline

J U LY 1

Summer A Grades Available and Summer B Add Deadline

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Independence Day

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Summer C Withdrawal Deadline

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(no classes/campus closed)

(for students who registered after May 16)

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Last Day of Summer D

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Summer B Withdrawal Deadline

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Summer D Grades Available


How to :

DEAL WITH NEW BEGINNINGS While the start of the new academic year is an exciting time for students, often family members are the ones who suffer from separation anxiety. Here are some recommendations: Be supportive and encouraging to offset any fears or concerns about new beginnings and your student’s first year at UCF. Learn about the numerous services UCF offers to assist your student in their success — and encourage your student to use them. Stay informed by signing up for our monthly newsletter at fye.sdes.ucf.edu/ parents. Encourage your student to connect with their academic advisor and to get involved. Establishing these connections will bring you comfort that they have a support network at UCF. Plan your next visit to campus. Family Weekend is a great time to visit. Start a new tradition with siblings still living at home. Family movie night? Fried chicken Friday? Weekly FaceTime chat with your UCF Knight?

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AUGUST SUN

= F I R S T-Y E A R E N R O L L M E N T

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LINKO, Pegasus Ballroom, 7 p.m.

Summer C On-campus Housing Closes

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LAST DAY OF CLASSES SUMMER B AND C

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Commencement

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Summer B and C Grades Available at myUCF

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Panhellenic Formal Recruitment Kickoff

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PANHELLENIC

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On-campus Housing Opens for Fall, 9 a.m. PEGASUS

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LINK Launch, CFE Arena, 7–9:30 p.m.

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PALOOZA

Panhellenic Bid Day FA L L M O V E - I N W E E K E N D

Opening Knight, Student Union, 5–7 p.m.

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FALL SEMESTER

Convocation: The Knighting, CFE Arena, 4 p.m.

First-year Success Series: “Sex Signals,” Student Union 316, 2–3:30 p.m. and 6–7:30 p.m.

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LGBTQ+ Services: PEGASUS

Lavender Lunch — Welcome LGBTQ+ Community, Student Union, 11 a.m.–1 p.m.

BEGINS

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PALOOZA

Knight Rave, CFE Arena, 9–11 p.m.

Homecoming Theme Reveal

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LAST DAY TO DROP/SWAP

31 DGC Meet the Greeks

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How to : GET CONNECTED

September is a time of true adjustment to college life. Students are now responsible for their own time management and must begin to master their course load. This is also a time when students begin to realize the scope and nature of their new freedom and responsibilities. Encourage your student to use a planner to organize day-today activities and develop good time management skills. Urge your student to utilize their academic advisor, who can direct them to appropriate resources. The Student Academic Resource Center (SARC) can help with study skills and specific classes. Offer advice on how to handle peer pressure concerning alcohol and other issues that first-year students may encounter. Support can be obtained from UCF’s Wellness and Health Promotion Services, or Counseling and Psychological Services. Advise your student to talk with their professors. This not only assists with networking, but will also help them understand course content and faculty expectations.

2016

Reinforce the importance of being proactive at UCF.

SEPTEMBER SUN

MON

= F I R S T-Y E A R E N R O L L M E N T

H I S PA N I C H E R I TA G E M O N T H

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Tip:

Family Weekend Registration Deadline

Urge your student to get involved. There are more than 600 UCF clubs and organizations to entertain, challenge and help them connect.

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Labor Day Campus Closed

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FALL CLASS PAYMENT DEADLINE vs. SC STATE

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@ MICHIGAN FALL HOUSING PAYMENT DEADLINE

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12 Hispanic Heritage Month Opening Ceremony, Key West Ballroom, noon

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13 NPHC Greek Expo, Pegasus Ballroom, 7 p.m.

14 QPR-a-Thon, Suicide Prevention Training, Student Union 316AB, 9 a.m.–3 p.m.

SJA Conscious 20 Thought Café, Student Union 207, noon

15 No Stress Zone: Reducing Test-taking Anxiety, Student Union 223, 4–5 p.m.

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Late Knights vs. MARYLAND

Family Weekend

Hispanic Heritage Month Kickoff

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N AT I O N A L H A Z I N G P R E V E N T I O N W E E K

Preparing for Professional School, Student Union 121, 1–2 p.m.

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@ FIU

27 First-year Success Series: “Common Reading Speaker,” Pegasus Ballroom, 6 p.m.

28 Fall Career Expo, CFE Arena, 10 a.m.–3 p.m.

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How to :

SURVIVE MIDTERMS October means it’s time for midterms. By this time, your student has probably realized that college is not like high school, and stress may start to creep in. You should be on the lookout for: Self-doubt — Students may start to feel the stress of academic performance. Those who have not done well will begin to have doubts about their abilities and may be confused about why their current study and time management skills are not working. Homesickness — Students may express homesickness and plan to return home for an upcoming weekend. Enjoy this visit, but have a conversation about what schoolwork needs to be accomplished when they’re home, and allow time for this. Stress — Urge your student to attend campus events such as Homecoming, Spirit Splash, football games, intramural activities, theatrical performances and other social events. Stepping away from academics for something fun can help them recharge.

2016

O C TO B E R SUN

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LG BTQ + H I STO RY M O N T H TUE

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At UCF, we offer a number of resources to assist your student with the struggles of adjusting to college life. The Student Academic Resource Center (SARC), editing assistance for papers from the University Writing Center, tutoring at the Math Lab, and Counseling and Psychological Services are all located on campus. 2

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5 Greek Forum, Greek Street, 3 p.m.

Bring Your “A” Game: Getting A’s Using Time Management, Student Union 223, 1–2 p.m.

Healthy Knight Expo, Pegasus Ballroom, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.

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LGBTQ+ History, Cape Florida Ballroom, noon

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@ EAST CAROLINA

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vs. TULANE N A T I O N A L M A L E S T U D E N T S U C C E S S C O N F E R E N C E

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Homecoming HLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLI vs. TEMPLE

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D I V E R S I T Y

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25 Staying Ahead of the Game: Avoiding Procrastination, Student Union 221, 1–2 p.m.

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WITHDRAWAL DEADLINE

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W E E K

SJA Conscious Thought Café, Student Union 207, noon

Trick-or-Treat on Greek Street

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@ UCONN Late Knights

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Knights Give Back

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@ HOUSTON


How to :

MAKE MAJOR CAREER CHOICES UCF students are encouraged to think about their Pegasus Path from day one. Your student is facing choices that will impact their career path, including what classes to take in spring and whether or not to change their major. Thanksgiving break is just around the corner, which is a time to rest and recharge, allowing your student to reconnect with their family and friends. Advise your student to utilize Career Services to assist in career development, discuss majors, find work experience and develop a résumé. The Office of Experiential Learning can also assist with internships and service-learning. Sit down with your student and explore resources provided through MyPlan (ucf.myplan. com) and discuss their assessment results and/or questions with Career Services. Is your student showing more interest in graduate school? The Office of Undergraduate Research can help expand their academic experience at UCF.

2016

NOVEMBER SUN

MON

N AT I V E A M E R I C A N H E R I TA G E M O N T H

TUE

WED

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Tip:

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Interest Workshop: How to Become a Tutor/SI Leader on Campus, Student Union 223, 4–5 p.m.

Start talking to your student about their current living and roommate arrangements to see if any adjustments need to be made the following year.

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Veterans Day Campus Closed vs. CINCINNATI

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VUCF Hunger Banquet

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International Education Week Breakfast

International Fair

FYE Speaker Series: “More Money,” Student Union 316

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21 LINK Lottery, Pegasus Ballroom, 7 p.m.

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vs. TULSA

I N T E R N AT I O N A L E D U C AT I O N W E E K

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SJA Conscious Thought Café, Student Union 207, noon

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Final Exam 17 Preparation: Learn How to Regain Control and Have a Successful Finals Week, Student Union 223, 1–2 p.m.

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Thanksgiving Campus Closed

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Campus Closed

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@ USF

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How to :

SURVIVE FINALS... AND THE LENGTHY VISIT HOME In December, there are many things competing for your student’s time.  Preparations for final exams and papers must be balanced with seasonal parties, religious observances, holiday volunteer service projects and wanting to spend as much time as possible with friends before break. Celebrate the victory of a successful fall semester or heal the wounds of a tough transition. What goals should your student set for the spring? What should they do differently? What good practices should be continued? Allow your student to come home and rest no matter what the circumstances may be. Your understanding and support may be needed more now than when they left back in August. Students are looking forward to returning home for an extended period, but recognize they may also be anxious about returning to the structures of parents and curfews. Have an open conversation about your expectations.

2016

DECEMBER SUN

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Tip:

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Remind your student to submit all required financial aid documents on time. Late submissions can greatly impede the certification process for aid to be awarded the upcoming academic year. The priority deadline to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is Dec. 1. Head over to finaid.ucf.edu for information regarding the application process, eligibility requirements for receiving aid, types of aid and forms.

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Study Day

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S A R C ST U DY U N I O N F I N A L R E V I E W S E S S I O N S : 5 0 – 8 0 + F I N A L R E V I E W S E S S I O N S , ST U D E N T U N I O N , 2 4 / 7

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Grades Available at myUCF

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On-campus Housing Closes

Commencement 18

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Campus Closed

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Christmas Day


How to : LAUNCH THE NEW TERM

Happy New Year! January brings a new semester and a new start. The newness of being in college has worn off and the everyday grind of going to class has settled in. Here are tips for smoothing out the readjustment: Remind your student of the goals you discussed during the winter break. Can your student establish monthly milestones to help ensure they remain on track throughout the semester? With so many people on campus, students are vulnerable to the common cold and flu. Student Health Services provides access to doctors, an on-campus dentist and two pharmacies. If your student is on academic probation, urge them to set an early meeting with their academic advisor. The Office of First Year Advising and Exploration offers a variety of resources to help them explore strategies for success. Encourage students who seem stressed or depressed to utilize the professional counselors at UCF’s Counseling and Psychological Services.

2017

JANUARY SUN

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7 On-campus Housing Opens

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SPRING SEMESTER

12 LAST DAY TO DROP/SWAP

13 LAST DAY TO ADD

14 MLK Day Parade

BEGINS

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MLK Day Campus Closed

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18 DGC Meet the Greeks

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SPRING CLASS PAYMENT DEADLINE

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27 SPRING HOUSING PAYMENT DEADLINE

Campus MovieFest Distribution

Late Knights SOCIAL

JUSTICE

21 Bring Your “A” Game: Getting A’s Using Time Management, Student Union 221, 4–5 p.m.

Goal Setting: How to Boost Your GPA to Make the President’s List, Student Union 221, 1–2 p.m.

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WEEK G R E E K L E A D E R S H I P C H A L L E N G E

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Tip:

Students seeking an exercise regimen can access the Recreation and Wellness Center, which offers intramural sports, sports clubs, outdoor adventure, fitness, aquatics, and wellness and health promotion.


How to :

REINFORCE SMART ROUTINES Show your student some love this month with a care package! Fuzzy slippers, a movie theater gift card, UCF gear, homemade treats, Disney tickets, a new computer, a car... OK, maybe that’s a bit excessive. Encourage your student to hang in there a few weeks before spring break. Talk to your student about smart spring break decisions, especially in reference to finances and safety. As with many things, this is all part of the college experience — a newfound responsibility for themselves. Urge your student to begin preparing for midterm exams. How are those goals coming? Is a new class giving your student difficulty? Recommend they seek help outside of class through SARC or their professor.

The Parent and Family Fund supports important opportunities for current students. Established by UCF parents and families, this fund keeps the Student Union open 24 hours a day during finals week, provides crisis support for students’ emergencies, assists the Knights Helping Knights Pantry, provides numerous grants that promote career development and student growth, funds scholarships, and so much more.

2017

FEBRUARY SUN

MON

= F I R S T-Y E A R E N R O L L M E N T

B L AC K H I STO RY M O N T H

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WED

THUR

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2

First-year Academic Scholars Reception

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3 Mr. UCF 2017

Miss UCF 2017

Black History Month Opening Ceremony, Key West Ballroom, noon

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The Next Level: 16 Preparing for Professional School, Student Union 221, 1–2 p.m.

Greek Forum, Greek Park, 3 p.m.

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LEADERSHIP WEEK

SJA Conscious Thought Café, Student Union 207, noon

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Campus MovieFest

N AT I O N A L E AT I N G D I SO R D E R S AWA R E N E SS W E E K

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Late Knights

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Tip:

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No Stress Zone: Reducing Test-taking Anxiety, Student Union Room 221, 4–5 p.m.

Challenge your student to enhance their financial knowledge by visiting the Centsible Knights website at finaid.ucf.edu/financial-literacy.


How to : PREPARE FOR YEAR TWO

March includes spring break, midterms, warmer weather and an array of decisions related to year two. There are financial aid deadlines, summer plans to consider, living arrangements to be made for next year, and summer and fall course registration. Here are some resources: Discuss summer plans. Many students choose to go home and take courses at their local college or university. Students attending a Florida state college or university can fill out an online transient form through floridashines.org. Outof-state or private institutions will require a paper transient form that can be picked up from the UCF Registrar’s Office. Students should meet with their academic advisor to determine the type of courses to take over the summer. Time to get a job? Your student can search for part-time jobs through KnightLink with Career Services. Utilize the resources provided by Neighborhood Relations and Safety Education to learn about life off campus and things to consider in choosing the right place to live.

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MARCH SUN

MONTH OF THE WOMAN

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Month of the 1 Woman Opening Ceremony, Cape Florida Ballroom, noon

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Bring Your “A” Game: Getting A’s Using Time Management, Student Union 221, 1–2 p.m.

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SPRING WITHDRAWAL DEADLINE

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Staying Ahead of the Game: Avoiding Procrastination, Student Union 221, 1–2 p.m.

QPR-a-Thon, Suicide Prevention Training, Student Union 316AB, 9 a.m.–3 p.m.

SJA Conscious Thought Café, Student Union 207, noon

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LGBTQ+ Services: Drag Divas: Gender Realness, Student Union, 7–10 p.m.

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How to : FINISH STRONG

It’s the home stretch! Year one at UCF is almost complete! There are many academic challenges to meet before your student’s work is complete. Final papers, projects and exams occur at the end of the month. Registration for the next semester should be completed to secure a course schedule. Communication will be critical this month. Continue to be supportive and provide encouragement for your student to stay on course as the semester draws to a close. Advise your student to begin preparation for finals well before finals week begins and not to procrastinate — get papers and projects completed early. Encourage your student to seek advice from their academic advisor or a career counselor if they haven’t chosen a major or are unhappy with their current selection. Tip: Inquire about courses they have registered for and trust your student and the academic advisor’s recommendations. They’re professionals!

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APRIL SUN

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Next year, freshmen will have a new academic advisor from their college or department. Suggest your student connects with this new advisor. They can check with the first-year academic advisor to identify the new advisor.

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Knight-Thon

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Greek Award Luncheon

Knight-Thon

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Final Exam Preparation: Learn How to Regain Control and Have a Successful Finals Week, Student Union 221, 4–5 p.m.

LINK Auction, Pegasus Ballroom, 7:30 p.m.

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SJA Conscious Thought Café, Student Union 207, noon

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LAST DAY OF CLASSES

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Study Day

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Late Knights

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Symphony Under the Stars

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F I N A L S T U D Y

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How to :

TURN AN ENDING INTO A NEW BEGINNING May marks the end of your student’s first year at UCF and is a great time for self-reflection. Did your student accomplish their personal and academic goals? Did they make friends? Did they get involved in activities? Did they properly estimate the costs associated with attending UCF? Talk about these things together. If your student did well over these past 10 months, they should be congratulated for a job well done. Be supportive and communicate your expectations of them being home for summer. Be prepared for changes in your relationship that may signal their growing maturity and remind yourself that they’re trying to make their own way in the world. Create a master plan for year two at UCF. Establish a budget. Discuss new living arrangements. Set academic goals. Reinforce the importance of time management. Contact Student Development and Enrollment Services at 407-823-4625 for on-campus resources.

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M AY SUN

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F I N A L S T U D Y

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On-campus Housing Closes

U N I O N

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Commencement

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Grades Available at myUCF

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SUMMER A AND C BEGIN

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The UCF Parent and Family Philanthropy Council (PFPC) is a leadership board of parent volunteers. Together with like-minded parents, PFPC works to foster a warm and welcoming environment for all UCF families. For more information on the Parent and Family Philanthropy Council, contact Bridget Holt at bridget.holt@ucf.edu or 407-823-2877.

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HELPFUL RESOURCES UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA

FRATERNITY AND SORORITY LIFE (FSL)

407.823.2000 ucf.edu

407.823.2072 fsl.sdes.ucf.edu

ACADEMIC SERVICES FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES (ASSA)

HOUSING AND RESIDENCE LIFE (HRL)

407.823.5896 assa.sdes.ucf.edu

407.823.4663 housing.ucf.edu

ACTIVITY AND SERVICE FEE BUSINESS OFFICE (ASF)

INCLUSIVE EDUCATION SERVICES (IES)

407.823.5548 asf.sdes.ucf.edu

407.823.2371 ies.sdes.ucf.edu

BOOKSTORE, UCF 407.823.2665 ucf.bncollege.com

INTEGRITY AND ETHICAL DEVELOPMENT, OFFICE OF (IED)

CARD SERVICES, UCF

407.823.3477 ied.sdes.ucf.edu

407.823.2100 ucfcard.ucf.edu

CAREER SERVICES (CS) 407.823.2361 career.ucf.edu

COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES (CAPS) 407.823.2811 caps.sdes.ucf.edu

CREATIVE SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN (CSC)

LEAD SCHOLARS ACADEMY (LSA) 407.823.2223 lead.sdes.ucf.edu

LGBTQ+ SERVICES 407.823.0401 sja.sdes.ucf.edu/lgbtq

LIBRARIES, UCF 407.823.2562 library.ucf.edu

NEIGHBORHOOD RELATIONS AND SAFETY EDUCATION (NRSE) 407.823.6505 nrse.sdes.ucf.edu

OFFICE OF STUDENT CONDUCT (OSC) 407.823.4638 osc.sdes.ucf.edu

OFFICE OF STUDENT INVOLVEMENT (OSI) 407.823.6471 osi.ucf.edu

OFFICE OF STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES (OSRR) 407.823.4638 osrr.sdes.ucf.edu

STUDENT ACCOUNT SERVICES

UNIVERSITY TESTING CENTER (UTC)

407.823.2433 studentaccounts.ucf.edu

407.823.5109 utc.sdes.ucf.edu

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT AND ENROLLMENT SERVICES (SDES)

UNIVERSITY WRITING CENTER

407.823.4625 sdes.ucf.edu

407.823.2197 uwc.ucf.edu

STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION (SGA)

VICTIM SERVICES

407.823.5812 parking.ucf.edu

407.823.3291 ucfsga.com

POLICE DEPARTMENT

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES (SHS)

407.823.5555 police.ucf.edu

MATH LAB

REGISTRAR’S OFFICE (RO) 407.823.3100 registrar.ucf.edu

MULTICULTURAL ACADEMIC AND SUPPORT SERVICES (MASS)

SOCIAL JUSTICE AND ADVOCACY (SJA)

407.823.0401 sja.sdes.ucf.edu/msc

407.823.3000 admissions.ucf.edu

PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION

407.823.3489 math.cos.ucf.edu/~mathlab

MULTICULTURAL STUDENT CENTER (MSC)

407.823.2371 sas.sdes.ucf.edu

407.823.2707 varc.sdes.ucf.edu

DINING SERVICES, UCF

407.823.5105 fye.sdes.ucf.edu

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS (UA)

407.823.2827 finaid.ucf.edu

407.823.2408 rwc.sdes.ucf.edu

407.823.2716 mass.sdes.ucf.edu

STUDENT ACCESSIBILITY SERVICES (SAS)

407.823.5105 fye.sdes.ucf.edu/parents

407.823.5105 link.sdes.ucf.edu

FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE (FYE)

407.823.2231 transfer.sdes.ucf.edu

PEGASUS PARENT PROGRAM

RECREATION AND WELLNESS CENTER (RWC)

407.823.3789 fyae.sdes.ucf.edu

407.823.5130 sarc.sdes.ucf.edu

VETERANS ACADEMIC RESOURCE CENTER (VARC)

407.823.2726 csc.sdes.ucf.edu

FIRST YEAR ADVISING AND EXPLORATION (FYAE)

TRANSFER AND TRANSITION SERVICES (TTS)

STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (SFA)

LINK (LEARNING AND INTERACTING WITH NEW KNIGHTS)

407.823.2651 ucf.campusdish.com

STUDENT ACADEMIC RESOURCE CENTER (SARC)

407.823.0401 sja.sdes.ucf.edu

SOPHOMORE AND SECOND YEAR CENTER (SSYC) 407.823.3375 ssyc.sdes.ucf.edu

407.823.2701 shs.sdes.ucf.edu

STUDENT LEGAL SERVICES (SLS) 407.823.2538 sls.sdes.ucf.edu

STUDENT OUTREACH SERVICES (SOS) 407.823.5580 sos.sdes.ucf.edu

STUDENT UNION (SU) 407.823.3677 studentunion.ucf.edu

TECHNOLOGY PRODUCT CENTER, UCF 407.823.5603 cstore.ucf.edu

407.823.2425 24/7 Hotline 407.823.1200 victimservices.ucf.edu

WELLNESS AND HEALTH PROMOTION SERVICES (WHPS) 407.823.5841 whps.sdes.ucf.edu


S TAY C O N N E C T E D Your student still needs your help as a parent, participant and partner. The cultural, social and just plain do-your-own-laundry demands of going to college can stretch even the most talented student’s ability to make smart choices and balance their time wisely. UCF’s Division of Student Development and Enrollment Services provides a deep and progressive range of professional services and staff dedicated full time to ensuring your student’s success at UCF. Through multiple departments and offices, there are solutions, answers, support, guidance and every variety of personal assistance.

The Pegasus Parent Program and its ambassadors are here to help. Please visit our website at fye.ucf.edu/parents.


Parent Calendar 2016-17