University of Central Florida Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (140)
The class sizes were very large. I learned the best in my small classes but they were few and far between. Professors have office hours so you can ask individual questions, however.
Incredible social experience. Educational experience interesting when you know your direction.
It was a great program and school. All the faculty are very professional, knowledgeable, and care deeply about the growth and development of their students. There are many opportunities to learn about various areas within counseling and gain experience in those areas.
UCF is a great school to pursue a degree in education. The professors are amazing and take the time to help you as needed. The courses are offered at various times so that they can work around your schedule.
I loved my university. It made me into the man I am today. We have some of the best residence halls in the nation and some of the best facilities.
I learned a lot from the opportunity to success because I too advantage of the professional resources. I am fortunate to have made mistakes and maybe even overcomit to different academic and extra-curricular responsibilities because the faculty and mentors at the school try engage in working with a student to help them understand what the best action to take is. Academically, UCF allowed me to purpose growth not only by giving me the opportunity to double major in marketing and finance but to also pursue a sales certification. Professionally, UCF allowed me to really get exposure to the corporate world by providing college work experience programs and unter national exchange internship programa of which I took advantage by being a co-op student at Lockheed Martin and Siemens Energy as well as being in the internship study abroad program through the office of experiential learning. It was invaluable experiences that taught me the skills necessary to succeed in the real world.
Hi, my name is K. and I am a freshmen at UCF. I am going in as a mathematical biology majors with the hopes of applying to pharmacy or medicine school at the end of my four years. You must be thinking mathematical biology? that sounds hard. Well to be honest with you it does sound hard because it requires a lot of dedication meaning no wild parties for me. But you should give up on it now because in the end it will be worth it. Word of advise don't give up on it without a fight!
It was a very good experience, especially with online classes in engineering. The facilities were rather nice and easy to use, a decent computer lab and classrooms, and a rather expansive and useful campus. There's very little that isn't located on site.
No complaints. I learned a good deal at my Masters program (UF). Not so much at my undergrad school. UCF was more of a experience that I will never forget. Joining a fraternity helped mold me into the person that I am today. Without that experience I do not know where I would be.
UCF has a lot of strengths but the humanities, the arts, and philosophy are not among them. There are some fine faculty in these departments but overall I would not recommend attending UCF if these are your interests. (Also, please consider that my review is based on attending from 2004-2008)