Knights care for each other, and we expect all Knights to Armor Up as we approach the start of the fall semester next week.
We expect that all members of our community take personal precautions. We expect all residents to wear a mask indoors, including in shared community spaces inside of residential buildings, in accordance with the CDC’s latest guidance.
If you are not vaccinated, get vaccinated to protect yourself if you are able to do so.
Vaccines are our most effective tool in combatting hospitalization and death due to COVID-19, and wearing masks can help prevent the spread of the virus. The choice not to be vaccinated or wearing a mask can increase your risk and jeopardize the health and well-being of those around you. Vaccines are readily available at no cost at Student Health Services, and students living in UCF Housing should strive to be fully vaccinated or have at least one shot of the vaccine no later than August 22.
UCF Housing has limited isolation rooms that will be made available only to out-of-state and international students who need accommodations. In-state students needing to isolate must return home or isolate off campus at their own cost. This practice is in line with the State University System’s Health Policies for 2021-22, which state that universities are not expected to provide separate on-campus housing for individuals who are directed to quarantine because of exposure to COVID-19.
Thank you for Armoring Up and taking responsibility for your own health and the well-being of those around you.
Students must complete a simple health screening self-check prior to arriving for check-in, using the COVID Self-Checker in the UCF mobile app. More details available on the Move-in Day page.
Appointments are required in order to space out resident arrivals throughout the move-in dates. We want to ensure that the unloading zones, parking, check-in locations, move-in assistance, elevators, and other pieces of the move-in experience are moving effectively and efficiently. We ask that you arrive as close to your scheduled time as possible to help the process run smoothly.
The offices of Financial Aid, Student Accounts, the Registrar, Undergraduate Admissions, and Residency have gathered to create a one-stop-shop for all your questions during move-in.
The Virtual One-stop will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 21st.
All appointments are now full for the Saturday Student Services Virtual One-Stop. We look forward to serving our students during our normal business hours. For more information, please visit the website of the office from which you require services:
Office of Student Financial Assistance: https://www.ucf.edu/financial-aid/
Registrar’s Office: https://registrar.ucf.edu/
Student Account Services: https://studentaccounts.ucf.edu/
Undergraduate Admissions: https://www.ucf.edu/admissions/undergraduate/
* Early Move-in on Saturday, August 14, is only for students participating in sorority recruitment and marching band.
** Early Move-in on Sunday, August 15, is for students participating in programs such as sorority recruitment, marching band, Housing Leadership Institute, LEAD Scholars retreat, theatre auditions, and orientation.
Please note that final cleaning and maintenance preparations are still underway during early move-in. Charges for early move-in are assessed based on room type and range from approximately $23-$53 per night, for all nights prior to Thursday, August 19, 2021. Early move-in will be billed to your student account after you check in.
UCF move-in procedures vary for fall, spring and summer. Campus partners including Parking Services, UCF PD and UCF IT are available to support your move-in process. Other on-campus vendors, like food and beverage vendors, may have limited hours or services. It is important to plan accordingly.