Dale Whittaker, UCF’s provost of more than three years, has been named the university’s fifth president by a unanimous vote of the Board of Trustees.
Dale Whittaker, UCF's provost, has submitted an application to be the next president.
As UCF’s student body has become more diverse, the university’s leadership remains mostly white and mostly male.
UCF President John Hitt sat down Thursday with Rollins College President Grant Cornwell for a conversation on what it took to be the leader of one of the largest universities in the country and where he’s headed next.
Diversity, parking, athletics and research were popular topics on the minds of UCF students, alumni and employees in results released this week from a survey about what kind of president should lead UCF.
Kevin Joseph, an international graduate student at UCF, was recently informed of a program titled Florida Caribbean Institute (FCI), which provides out-of-state tuition waivers to pay in-state tuition to eligible students from the Caribbean.
UCF is discussing ways it can help Puerto Rican students who were affected by Hurricane Maria and its aftermath into transferring to the school and starting classes in the spring.
UCF President John C. Hitt, 76, stood behind the UCF emblem podium where the crowd filled with UCF administrators, faculty and students. At the beginning of his address, the crowd clapped for a full minute in honor of UCF’s fourth president in the school’s 54 year history.
The UCF Facilities Planning and Construction Department “actively manages over 400 Minor and Major projects at any given time.” To be classified as a Minor project, there must be a $2 million construction cost, while Major projects are over $2 million in construction costs. NSM has compiled …
The University of Central Florida Board of Trustees agreed to amend the development contract of the proposed Pegasus Hotel during last week’s meeting.
Paul Jarley has been reappointed for another five years as dean of the University of Central Florida's College of Business, and he said the college will seek growth to provide the best for its students.
Knox Cannabis Dispensary, the first licensed cannabis dispensary in Orlando, opened its doors Friday to patients seeking medicinal cannabis.Cannabis oils, ingested or inhaled with a vaporizer, were available for patients registered in the Compassionate Use registry, the Florida Department of…