Transfer and Transition Services helps transfer students make a seamless transition for a more successful UCF experience. We provide pre-admission and transition advising to students to promote their successful transfer. Additionally, we provide connections to the campus community through strong Peer Mentor and student engagement programs and events.
For more information, please visit the T&TS website at http://transfer.sdes.ucf.edu/
T-L.E.A.R.N. is for students transferring to UCF from a state, or community, college. T-L.E.A.R.N. students should have an A.A. degree. The T-L.E.A.R.N. program is best suited for students who have spent the majority of their undergraduate career at a state college prior to transferring to UCF.
T-L.E.A.R.N. is a learning community established at UCF in 2016 that focuses on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) students’ academic success. By working with on-campus partners, T-L.E.A.R.N. provides a select group of 20 first-year, transfer students a hands-on learning experience by helping students engage in research at UCF, an R1 Doctoral University with the highest research activity and community engagement.
For more information, please visit the T-LEARN website: https://our.ucf.edu/learn/t-learn/
Honors in the Major is UCF's most advanced undergraduate research program. It is designed to assist juniors and seniors to develop their own independent research project under the direction of a thesis advisor and faculty thesis committee. Students do not need to be Honors students to take advantage of the HIM program; it is available to all qualified UCF students. After a two semester sequence (i.e. readings and thesis hours), this project culminates in a successful oral defense and binding of the HIM thesis which is then catalogued and archived in UCF's library and the Burnett Honors College Reading Room.
The Burnett Honors College partners with eight other colleges and two area campuses (Cocoa and Daytona) in sponsoring HIM Scholarships. These $1,000 scholarships are awarded every fall and spring on a competitive basis within each college/campus and are available to all students who are enrolled in HIM credit hours (either readings or thesis hours).
Visit the Honors in the Major website for more information: http://education.ucf.edu/HIM/
RAMP is designed to provide undergraduate students, who may be interested in pursuing graduate education, with research experience while working closely with a faculty mentor. In addition, the students participate in a variety of workshops designed to increase their awareness and knowledge of graduate school education. The aim of this program is to encourage more students from those populations who are traditionally underrepresented in graduate education to attend graduate school. Undergraduate students participating in this program can receive up to $2,800 each year.
The UCF Research and Mentoring Program provides an enriching educational experience for students from underrepresented groups and first generation/low income students, to excel as undergraduates, succeed in graduate school and ultimately enter faculty positions in our nation's colleges and universities.
For more information, visit the RAMP website: https://aap.ucf.edu/programs/ramp
As you transition into UCF, one of the most important contacts you can make is the subject librarian for your major. Your librarian can help you navigate our catalog, databases, and countless other resources available through the library. You can schedule a research consultation or attend one of the many workshops we offer every semester. To find the subject librarian for your major, please see this page: http://library.ucf.edu/subject/All/
For an overview of other services available to undergrads, visit here: http://library.ucf.edu/services/services-for-undergrads/