Academic Program Orientations
Bachelor of Arts/Science in Criminal Justice
The Criminal Justice program can be pursued face-to-face, online or students may elect to take courses both in-class and online. Those who expect to take any classes face-to-face must attend the traditional University wide orientation, and are required to schedule a time and date with the UCF Orientation Office once accepted to the University. At the general UCF orientation, students will also attend a 1 hour Criminal Justice orientation session where they will meet the Undergraduate Program Coordinator and the Coordinator of Academic Support/Department Advisor. Students will receive an informational packet describing all degree requirements, as well as the various programs (Scholars Track, Senior Scholar Program, Study Abroad Program, Internships and Certificates). Students choosing the online option must complete the online University orientation and the Criminal Justice online orientation. For more information about the Criminal Justice program, please contact the department at 407-823-2603.
For more information about the online option, click here: http://www.ucf.edu/online/degree/criminal-justice-b-a-b-s/
Master of Science in Criminal Justice
The week prior to the semester students will receive an online orientation presentation for new students. Students will also receive a welcome email with information on course scheduling, myUCF functions, and advisor contact information.
The College of Health and Public Affairs’ Undergraduate Student Services office provides student support and is located in HPA II – Suite 115. The office hosts a series of college orientations aimed at providing students with information they need to successfully complete a degree program in the college. College orientations are held in conjunction with the general UCF Orientations throughout the year. During college orientations, students will receive academic advisement and will register for classes. For specific information, please visit Undergraduate Student Services or contact the office at 407- 823-0010 or email@example.com.
General UCF Orientations
There are several different orientations available for students depending on the program they are beginning. Initially, all students are required by the university to attend a general UCF Orientation. Click here for more information.
General UCF orientations are tailored to the status of the student, such as freshman or transfer student, and they aim to help students transition to UCF. These sessions provide valuable information on such important topics as class schedules, immunizations requirements, financial aid and student services.