Residential Curriculum

What is a Residential Curriculum?

At UCF learning takes place everywhere, not just in the classroom. After all, college students generally spend about 75% or more of their time outside a classroom. This is where the on-campus living experience makes a big difference.

UCF Housing’s mission is to provide students living in university housing with safe, well-maintained facilities and programs that are conducive to student learning and success. As a part of living on campus, residents will become active, engaged and productive global citizens. To help get them there, our residence life staff work throughout the year to follow a learning plan- a curriculum- focused on three key concepts: Self-Awareness, Community Engagement, and Equity & Inclusion. Residents can learn something new by attending community meetings, talking with their RA, taking part in on-campus events, or even just looking at bulletin boards and community newsletters. By actively participating, our residents are learning and growing in ways that only being a part of the on-campus community can provide.