When you graduate from the University of Central Florida, your academic transcript—the courses you took and the grades you earned—will only be one chapter in your story. The rest of the story will be in the experiences you gain and the activities you participate in outside the classroom.
You certainly don’t have to wait until you graduate to gain “real-world” experience. Develop leadership skills as a peer mentor or in student organizations. Hone problem-solving skills by working on research projects. Build consensus while participating in community service projects. Become an informed and engaged citizen through social advocacy. Expand your global perspective through study abroad or alternative spring break experiences.
Explore opportunities to build real-world experience at UCF and choose the experiences that will be most meaningful to you: