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Student Reviews of University of Central Florida

3.9
based on 704 reviews
  • Rebecca from Kissimmee, FL

    1. Time Management: Learn how to mange your time, get a planner so you can be organized and know when it’s time for work and time for play. 2. Network: Get to know your professors, mentors, peers, and other administrators. By taking the time to… more read full review

    1. Time Management: Learn how to mange your time, get a planner so you can be organized and know when it’s time for work and time for play. 2. Network: Get to know your professors, mentors, peers, and other administrators. By taking the time to know people you can create a comfortable environment for yourself and know where to go when you need help or even a recommendation letter. 3. Get Involved: There are tons of organizations and activities to do at UCF. By getting involved you can gain leadership opportunities which will enhance student success and involvement on campus. Most importantly you will get to meet new friends. 4. Live On Campus: By living on campus you will experience the real feeling of living in a dorm and walking to class. After your first year you will already know more about your campus and what goes on during the year. 5. Get To Know Your Campus: Take advantage of your campus and all the resources, assistance, and opportunities you have at UCF. You can find out where is the best spot at the library to study, shortcuts to class, where all the computer labs are, free printing machines, and vending machines that have supplies. 6. Create Strategies for Studying: Learn how to prepare and study for an exam. Go to class everyday, take class notes, participate in class, read the textbook, and complete all assignments. DO NOT procrastinate but keep an open mind and always do your best. It is good to set goals and keep yourself aware of what you want to accomplish. There is so much to learn about but don’t stress yourself either. 7. Have Fun: These are suppose to be the best years of your life so take a break from the books and enjoy the experience. read full review

  • Samantha from Wellington, FL

    Students who enjoy big campuses and classrooms with a lot of people will like it here because the class sizes are large. Also, they say there is always something to do and you will meet a lot of people. If you are shy, you wont be shy anymore… more read full review

    Students who enjoy big campuses and classrooms with a lot of people will like it here because the class sizes are large. Also, they say there is always something to do and you will meet a lot of people. If you are shy, you wont be shy anymore probably. read full review

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