Academic Services helps students navigate the state of Florida’s and the UCF’s policies pertaining to academic record changes, curriculum file management, degree audits and university-wide undergraduate graduation requirements.
For more information about any of these services, you can visit us in Millican Hall in Room 161.
A late withdrawal is considered if you cannot complete the semester because of a documented extenuating circumstance that occurs after the withdrawal deadline. A medical withdrawal is considered if you are unable to complete the semester due to a serious medical condition.
Current undergraduate degree requirements mandate that students entering a State University System institution with fewer than 60 credit hours must enroll in a minimum of nine hours in a summer term at a state university. It may be waived if you experience unusual hardship that prevents you from completing the summer hours requirement.
In catalog year 2015, AMH 2020 moved from the GEP 4 or GEP 6 (Cultural/Historical Foundation) category to the GEP 10 (Social Foundation 2) category. If you met GEP 4 or GEP 6 requirement with AMH 2020, but then changed your catalog year to 2015 or later, you may request to use this course to meet your GEP requirement.