Student Emergency Intervention Program
Student Care Services provides resources, support, and guidance for students experiencing challenging situations.
The Knights Helping Knights Pantry is committed to serving UCF students by providing basic needs including food, clothing, and personal hygiene items to foster continued academic success and increase retention for students in need.
Scholarships & Financial Literacy
A2O is a new scholarship application system that will help you to be considered for over 100 scholarships by completing a one-time application online.
This financial literacy program is to provide students at the University of Central Florida with information and resources that enhance their financial knowledge and equip them to make sound financial decisions.
National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is a week-long series of events dedicated to increasing awareness of homelessness on college campuses as well as reducing stigma to students facing homelessness. Each year, students who participate are surprised to find out that their fellow students struggle with homelessness, and often are surprised by the numbers of students that are affected at UCF. Some events are donation drives or fundraisers, and some are simulations or informational sessions targeted at awareness and stigma reduction.
Students experiencing challenges may apply for support in emergency or crisis situations. Examples of these situations include: homelessness (living in your car, temporarily staying with friends or family, living at a shelter, or other temporary housing situation), unforeseen emergency, crisis, or catastrophic event.
Schedule an appointment to meet with a member of the Care team.
Foster Care, First Generation, and low income student support
Multicultural Academic and Support Services (MASS) assists multicultural and first-generation students. It is comprised of many services and programs to provide support, advocacy, and promote student success at UCF.
The SDES TRiO Center is home to two Student Support Services (TRiO) programs: PRIME STEM and Project BEST. These programs serve college students who are first-generation (neither mother nor father has a Bachelorís degree), low-income, and/or have a documented disability by offering academic support services, opportunities, and resources to enhance personal skills and academic excellence.