Share your favorite UCF memories!
Whether it was sharing a story with a veteran, taking a bow onstage or hanging with your friends at a football game, we’d like to see your favorite UCF memories!
Send us a photo of your favorite UCF memory by Sunday, July 26 at 11:59 p.m., and we’ll include it in a special video message just for our arts and humanities graduates.
More than a ceremony, commencement is an important milestone in the lives of our Knights and the loved ones who have supported them throughout their educational journey. UCF is inviting graduating students and their families, friends and faculty members to virtual commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 2. The college ceremonies will be hosted on UCF’s Facebook and YouTube pages.
The College of Arts and Humanities virtual ceremony is August 1 at 3 p.m.
More information about UCF commencement is available at commencement.ucf.edu/2020/summer/notice
You are now a UCF AlumKnight! Azela Santana, Associate Director of Alumni Engagement for the College of Arts and Humanities, can help keep you connected with your alma mater. Find information about joining the CAH alumni chapter, participating in social media, attending alumni events and other ways to stay involved at cah.ucf.edu/alumni-giving.
Five ways for alumni to stay connected
- Join our CAH Alumni Chapter Facebook Group to stay informed on events, talks, and other opportunities happening in the college.
- Receive CAH eNewsletters to stay up to date! Here’s a sample of what you’ll see. Don’t forget to provide your updated contact information.
- Become an alumni volunteer for the College of Arts and Humanities Alumni Chapter! We’re always looking for alumni who want to stay connected and involved.
- UCF alumni have access to career and professional development services. With a UCF degree as a line-item on your resume, you’re already well on your way to a phenomenal and fulfilling career. We want to help you get there!
- UCF Alumni has no dues, and big savings! Learn more about your perks here.
Individuals are not guaranteed graduation until the degree certification process is completed. Please refer to your academic advisor if you have questions about your graduation eligibility.