College Advising Offices

College Advising Offices

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 of Arts and Humanities

Location: Colbourn Hall, Room 201
Phone: 407-823-3312
Email: cahsa@ucf.edu

College of Business Administration - Undergraduate Student Services

Location: Business Administration 2, Room 101
Phone: 407-823-2184
Email: uss@bus.ucf.edu

College of Education and Human Performance

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

College of Engineering and Computer Science Academic Affairs

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

College of Health and Public Affairs - Undergraduate Student Services

Location: Health and Public Affairs II, Room 115
Phone: 407-823-0010
Email: hpainfo@ucf.edu

College of Nursing

Location: University Tower (UTWR), adjacent to campus - 12201 Research Parkway, 3rd floor, suite 3000
Phone: 407-823-2744
Email: ucfnurse@ucf.edu

College of Optics and Photonics

Location: CREOL, Room 108B
Phone: 407-823-6376
Email:undergrad@creol.ucf.edu

College of Sciences

Location: College of Science Building, Room 250
Phone: 407-823-6131
Email: cosas@ucf.edu

Burnett Honors College

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

College of Medicine / Burnett School of Biomedical Science

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

Interdisciplinary Studies

Location: Classroom Building 1, Suite 302
Phone: 407-823-0144
Email: is@ucf.edu

Bachelors of Applied Sciences

Location: Ocala Campus
Phone: 352-854-2322 x. 1824
Email: ucfocala@ucf.edu

Location: South Lake Campus
Phone: 352-536-2113
Email: ucfsouthlake@ucf.edu

Location: Leesburg Campus
Phone: 352-536-2113
Email: ucfleesburg@ucf.edu

Location: Altamonte Campus
Phone: 407-404-6089
Email: Britnee.Youman@ucf.edu

Location: Daytona Beach Campus
Phone: 386-506-4021
Email: ucfdaytona@ucf.edu

Location: Palm Bay Campus
Phone: 321-433-7838
Email: ucfpalmbay@ucf.edu

Location: Valencia East Campus
Phone: 407-582-2318

Location: Valencia Osceola Campus
Phone: 321-682-4190
Email: ucfvalenciaosceola@ucf.edu

Location: Valencia West Campus
Phone: 407-582-5500
Email: ucfvalenciawest@ucf.edu

Location: Sanford/Lake Mary Campus
Phone: 407-708-2471
Email: ucfseminole@ucf.edu

Rosen College of Hospitality Management

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
Email: hospitality@ucf.edu


Advising Offices for Incoming Students

First time in college (FTIC) students will be assigned an advisor from one of the following offices for their first year. The advising office assigned depends on a student's individual circumstances. Here are some of the advising offices on campus that welcome new students:

First Year Advising & Exploration (FYAE)

Description: Advise all FTIC students not advised by the offices below including students in EXCEL, KSP, and Freshman Living Learning Communities.
Location: 116 Howard Phillips Hall
Phone: 407-823-3789

Sophomore & Second Year Advising Center (SSYC)

Description: Advise FTIC students who have completed 45 or more credit hours by the time of fall enrollment and undeclared or undecided sophomore students.
Location: 215 Howard Phillips Hall
Phone: 407-823-3375

Academic Services for Student Athletes (ASSA)

Description: Advise varsity student athletes.
Location: Wayne Densch Center
Phone: 407-823-5895

Transfer and Transition Services

Description: Advise potential transfer students and currently enrolled juniors and seniors who are undeclared, changing majors, or not admitted to limited access.
Location: 221 Howard Phillips Hall
Phone: 407-823-2231

Veterans Academic Resource Center

Description: Provide services and guidance on all matters to returning student veterans.
Location: CFE Arena, Suite 100, East Plaza Drive
Phone: 407-823-2707


Special Advising Offices

These advising offices serve students of special populations in conjunction with the college advising offices:

Academic Services for Student Athletes (ASSA)

Description: Advise varsity student athletes.
Location: Wayne Densch Center
Phone: 407-823-5895

Office of Pre-Professional Advising (OPPA)

Description: Guide students who intend to pursue further degrees in professional schools including health and law professions.
Location: Ferrell Commons, Building 7G, Room 215C
Phone: 407-823-3033

Regional Campuses

Description: Advise students taking courses at any of the regional campus locations.
Location: University Tower, Room 101
Phone:407-823-4547
Email: Regional@ucf.edu

Pre-Health Professional Advisement Office (PHPAO)

Description: Guide students who intend to pursue further degrees in health professions.
Location: Health and Public Affairs Building I, Room124
Phone: 407-823-2670

Student Disability Services

Description: Provide services and accommodations for students with documented disabilities.
Location: Ferrell Commons, Room 132
Phone: 407-823-2371

International Services Center

Description: Provide guidance on all matters regarding immigration and student VISA requirements.
Location: Center for Multilingual Multicultural Studies, Room 101
Phone: 407-823-2337

Veterans Academic Resource Center

Description: Provide services and guidance on all matters to returning student veterans.
Location: CFE Arena, Suite 100, East Plaza Drive
Phone: 407-823-2707

 

 

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