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Whether graduate school or career, the Integrative Academic Center for Engagement (iACE) will help you select experiences that will give you a competitive edge by helping you blend what you’re learning in the classroom with real-world experiences. Set yourself up for success by getting involved in a wide variety of opportunities such as undergraduate research, UCF abroad, internships, Knights of Distinction, graduate school prep and more.

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Academic Advancement Programs​

Academic Advancement Programs prepares underrepresented, low-income and first generation college students to pursue advanced degrees. AAP provides graduate school preparation programs.

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EXCEL aims to increase student success in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) during the first two years of college by connecting UCF students, faculty, and staff in STEM disciplines.

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Experiential Learning​

Experiential Learning helps students find service learning, co-ops or internships that best match their interests. Experiential Learning helps companies recruit and hire the best students.

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Quality Enhancement Plan​

Through the What's Next initiative, the QEP seeks, through integrative learning, to prepare our graduates to successfully enter and participate in the next steps of their professional and civic lives.

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UCF Abroad​

UCF Abroad offers opportunities for students to build their credentials through study abroad programs, from short term programs to semester exchanges, making study/intern abroad accessible.

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Undergraduate Research​

Undergraduate research gives students the opportunity to work closely with faculty while having hands-on learning experiences that cannot be gained in a traditional classroom setting.