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Central Florida is a public graduate school in Florida. It has a large graduate student body with an enrollment of 9,206 graduate students. Of the 69 graduate programs offered at University of Central Florida, 23 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at University of Central Florida are Business, Educational Administration, and Social Work. 50% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
4000 Central Florida Blvd
Orlando, FL 32816

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Throughout my undergraduate career I have been able to serve others through providing guidance and advice to younger students, serving the poor and refugees through my religious community, and creating an inclusive environment as part of the University of Central Florida. The culture of the campus has prepared me to continue to serve my community, diversify the professoriate, and mentor underrepresented students. UCF has been a great opportunity for me to grow as a scholar.
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The University of Central Florida is one of the best schools to attend. Each college focuses on pushing you to your max potential and giving you the best choices for all of your classes. Along with great classes to get to your career, are hundreds of different clubs to join that could bring out your creative and athletic side, or can help boost your studies in your career. Aside from academics is also the best sports teams in the nation and the best college life there is. UCF is the best school to attend for getting a great job and career and for making new friends while having fun.
This university, although it has about 66,000 students, is highly recommended for those who want to earn a degree or develop research expertise. For undergrads, this is a place that you can enjoy both extraordinary academic and student life. The supportive facilities here are awesome, the campus is very nice, and lots of fun activities are here. The only bad thing is the garage parking and traffic - you have to plan ahead for parking your car or go to the campus, otherwise you will miss your class!