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First time in college (FTIC) students will be assigned an advisor from one of several offices for their first year. The advising office assigned depends on a student’s individual circumstances. These offices include First Year Advising & Exploration (FYAE), Academic Services for Student-Athletes (ASSA), Transfer and Transition Services, and Veterans Academic Resource Center (VARC).

Once students declare a major, they work exclusively with the advising office in their college. These offices are also the first point of contact for faculty members with questions about degree requirements, advising procedures and processes, and other matters pertaining to academic advising.

College Advising

Location: Trevor Colbourn Hall, Room 159
Phone: 407-823-3312

Location: Business Administration 2, Room 101
Phone: 407-823-2185

Location: Education Complex, Room 110
Phone: 407-823-3723

Location: Engineering Building 1, Room 107
Phone: 407-823-2455

Location: Health and Public Affairs II, Room 115
Phone: 407-823-0010

Location: University Tower (UTWR), adjacent to campus – 12201 Research Parkway, 3rd floor, suite 3000
Phone: 407-823-2744

Location: CREOL, Room 108B
Phone: 407-823-6376

Location: College of Sciences Building, Room 250
Phone: 407-823-6131

Location: Burnett Honors College, Room 109
Phone: 407-823-5871

Location: Health and Public Affairs II, Room 335
Phone: 407-823-5932

Location: Trevor Colbourn Hall, suite 239
Phone: 407-823-0144

Location: Multiple Regional Campus Locations
Phone: 386-506-4055

Location (Rosen Campus): Suite 201
Phone (Rosen Campus): 407-903-8056
Location (Main Campus): Classroom Building 1, Suite 302H
Phone (Main Campus): 407-823-1112

Student Development and Enrollment Services

Student Development and Enrollment Services (SDES) provides a wealth of resources for student success and support at the university. The departments listed below are not exhaustive, but are illustrative of some of the services offered for students. For a more complete list, visit

Student Academic Resource Center

The Student Academic Resource Center (SARC) aims to “strengthen comprehensive learning, enhance retention, and promote student success by providing academic support services to UCF students.”

SARC offers free programs and services to UCF students such as peer tutoring, Supplemental Instruction (SI), workshops and seminars, learning skills consultations, and first-year transition programs.” See

Student Accessibility Services

Student Accessibility Services (SAS) coordinates academic accommodation efforts. They can provide Braille materials and electronic files for textbooks, and can create transcripts of recorded lectures and convert text-based materials into accessible formats. See

First Year Experience

First Year Experience (FYE) combines orientation with extended first-year transition programs including UCF’s official Welcome Week (Pegasus Palooza), LINK, and the Strategies for Success (SLS) course. It assists entering freshmen and transfer students with their transition to UCF by providing information about student services, campus life, academic support, academic advising, and registration. See

Office of Student Conduct

“The Office of Student Conduct, a division of the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, provides educational opportunities that foster individual growth, ethical development and personal accountability while promoting the core values of the university: integrity, scholarship, community, creativity, and excellence.” See

UCF Cares

The university has a process in place for students in distress or students of concern. Students, staff, faculty, and UCF community members can report concerning behavior so that UCF Cares can intervene before the student reaches a crisis level. Please visit or to learn more about the reporting process, what to look for, resources, and how to help.

Counseling and Psychological Services

As a faculty member who will see students regularly over a period of time, you may be the first to notice a student’s decline due to a mental health issue or personal problem that is causing them to feel overwhelmed. There are periods during the semester when some students may be particularly susceptible to stress and anxiety related to academic pressures that can trigger mental health issues. These issues, if left untreated, can become more severe, even life threatening, and can impede a student’s ability to be successful in the classroom. Many students can be successful if there is early intervention from you as a faculty member to connect them with mental health services such as Counseling and Psychological Services at UCF. See

Victim Services

UCF Victim Services provides free, comprehensive victim advocacy services to students, faculty, staff, and visitors to campus who have been impacted by crime, violence, or abuse. Visit their site at