Graduate in Four Years
Most undergraduate degree programs at UCF require 120 credit hours. If you plan ahead, complete at least 30 credit hours a year, and stay on track, you’ll graduate in four years. We’re here to help every step of the way.
- Lower your overall tuition/educational expenses.
- Lower your student loan debt.
- Maximize your financial aid by meeting state scholarship and other financial aid degree progress requirements.
- Fast-track your path to employment/graduate school.
- Establish early earnings & savings as opposed to paying tuition.
HOW TO THINK 30
Your time at UCF is what you make of it. Explore and declare a major, and engage in learning experiences, such as internships and study abroad.
Reach out to Financial Aid to learn how to finance your college education. If you graduate in four years, you’ll avoid unnecessary classes and excess credit hour charges. Plus, you’ll be able to take out fewer student loans.
How to get Started
THINK 30 SCHOLARSHIP
UCF awards Think 30 scholarships to students who complete 30 credit hours a year. To date, nearly $150,000 has been awarded to support student scholarships. Students are encouraged to check back regularly for any new updates on scholarship funding available for the upcoming academic year.
Update (as of 12/1/22):
Thank you for taking an interest in the Think 30 scholarship. Unfortunately, Think 30 does not have the resources available to award scholarships in the Fall 2023 semester based on the 2022-2023 academic year credits. We hope you will consider applying in the future when funding becomes available.