Catch up on the latest UCF Alumni offerings with our library of recorded events and webinars. We’ve compiled a variety of recorded events and webinars in one place for you to enjoy at your convenience. Some are available for a limited time, so check them out now!
Learn about life as a Knight and what it’s like to live in Orlando in this webinar featuring speakers from UCF admissions, current parents and students and those who know UCF best!
The Knightmare Society is a student organization supported by UCF Athletics. Your $30 membership gets you a fast pass into the football games as well as lots of other exciting way to cheer on your Knights.
When your Knight goes off to college, we hope you’ll join our local communities to cheer on UCF from wherever you are!
If you’re interested in becoming more engaged with UCF, check out the Parent and Family Philanthropy Council.
The College Admissions Workshop is a great opportunity for our alumni and friends (that’s you) to get an inside look at how they can help the next generation of world-changers get into the school of their dreams (that’s us, probably). So, if you know someone who is considering UCF or another Florida university, join us for a workshop that will emphasize the special planning necessary to stand out, get in, and maximize opportunities in a highly competitive admissions market.
Topics will include setting an admissions timetable, the application process, and essays and extracurricular activities.
We spoke science, sports and entertainment with some of UCF’s industry leaders. We learned how UCF played a role in our panelist’s lives, about their experiences in their industry and gained advice for the future.
UCF Alumni takes our attendees on a journey that began in 1971, when UCF hosted its first homecoming after the inception of Florida Technological University.
Join us as we welcome six notable Knights who will walk us through the history of UCF Homecoming and Spirit Splash, the story of Knightro, reflections from a member of UCF’s first cheerleading squad, the ever-elusive duck (and the original “squishy Knightro”) and plans for this year’s Spirit Splash.
This all-star panel will definitely deepen your love for your alma mater and all things black and gold!
Join us as we chat with an inspiring group of alumnae from a variety of industries at our ChargeOn Panel: Alumnae Leading the Charge. We’ll learn how UCF has played a in role in their lives, how they have overcome obstacles and what advice they have for the future. UCF Alumni is proud to feature the following alumnae:
Martiza Martinez ’00 ’05MA ’11MBA, associate vice president for the Division of Government and Community Relations and director for the Office of Community Relations and Economic Development at UCF
Join us for our first Coffee and Connect guest Terry Mohajir as we talk about all things UCF Football, BIG12 and more!
Coffee & Connect is a Young Alumni Community event we we have conversations UCF’s top leadership in an informal setting. No speeches. No presentations. Just the opportunity to connect and ask questions.
Members of our first five graduating classes, were invited for a Trailblazing Knights celebration. Attendees heard from Provost Johnson about the early days of UCF and were presented with a UCF diploma from President Cartwright.
David James Poissant is the author of the novel Lake Life (Simon & Schuster, 2020), a New York Times Editors’ Choice selection, Publishers Weekly Summer Read, and a Millions Most Anticipated book of 2020.
Lillian Laitman ’93, a UCF College of Arts and Humanities alumna, led the conversation. Lillian is an award-winning editor who has served as a trusted advisor to best-selling authors in Christian and business leadership.