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.
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.
UCF students displaced by Hurricane Maria will continue to qualify for in-state tuition, the UCF Board of Trustees decided Thursday.
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.
The Reflecting Pond water sits still and cloudy with a tint of green flowing over it. Empty water bottles, a shoe missing its twin and someone’s glasses missing their pair of peering eyes lie within the crevices of concrete outlining the fountain.
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 …
As UCF is working to become a Hispanic-Serving Institution — a federal designation that provides grants to increase educational opportunities for Hispanic students — various Hispanic/Latino-based Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) are popping up on campus.
The University of Central Florida Board of Trustees agreed to amend the development contract of the proposed Pegasus Hotel during last week’s meeting.
Content Manager Caroline Glenn announced that the flagship student newspaper will be shutting down on Aug. 4 in an online story Thursday afternoon.