Transferring to UCF?

There are several programs that are designed for students who are transferring to UCF. If you are an incoming student, we encourage you to meet with a peer mentor who can advise you on how to get started in undergraduate research. You can apply for the Summer Research Academy, I.N.T.R.O., T-L.E.A.R.N., or TRIP.

Once you are on campus, you can explore additional programs such Academic Advancement Programs or the Honors Undergraduate Thesis program. 

Learn more about ways to get started, such as peer mentoring and workshops, here!

Opportunities for All Majors

Summer Research Academy (SRA)

This is a three-day course-event, designed to introduce students from all majors to research at UCF. SRA is held annually in July, applications will open in the spring.

Peer Mentoring

Meet with an experienced undergraduate researcher who will talk to you about how to get started as well as how we can support you throughout your research experiences. Peer Mentoring is available through appointment only.

Introduction to Research and Creative Scholarship Opportunities (I.N.T.R.O.) 

This 1 credit hour course provides structured support and helps students as they move into research, which is offered every fall and spring semester.

Just for STEM and Social Science Students

T-L.E.A.R.N. at UCF

T-L.E.A.R.N.  is a program that provides a small group of transfer students an opportunity to become a part of a supportive learning community focused around undergraduate research. This program is for students in STEM social science majors.

For more information regarding eligibility, please visit the T-LEARN website.

Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs)

Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs) are funded by the National Science Foundation and supports students looking to complete undergraduate research programs.

For more information about research experiences, please visit the UCF REUs website.

Other Campus Programs

Connect with AAP

Academic Advancement Programs (AAP) prepares first generation, Pell-eligible, and underrepresented college students to pursue advanced degrees.

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