Recent Alumnus 2012-06-10T16:13:52Z
Library Is Amazing – The library is huge! It has five floors which two of them are know as the quite floor's. There are variable of spots to study in the library. The librarian is very nice and helpful with anything. There is even a cafe places on the second floor to stop by and grab something to get if one gets hugery during a study session. One can even rent a room to study in a group in a much quiter place.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-10T16:09:09Z
Nightlife, it seems to be good. The Professors are nice and helpful when one needs any help. The UCF library is amazing, its huge and different floors where one can study. There are a lot of things going on around the campus, from people giving blood to people raising money for charity. Being at UCF for a year has been a great experience to me so far.
College Junior 2012-06-10T16:01:08Z
Buses Everywhere – There are so many stations for buses at UCF. All of the UCF buses are free to get to campus locations and apartment complexes. The Linx bus system is also great and convenient with a transfer station right on campus.
College Junior 2012-06-10T15:58:05Z
Guys & Girls:
There are a lot of different people here at UCF. There is somebody for everyone. To be honest a lot of the girls are hot though.
College Senior 2012-06-10T14:34:42Z
Plenty of Space If You Get There Early – Don't procrastinate! It's horrible before classes.
College Senior 2012-06-10T14:13:42Z
Beautiful Campus--Great Library, Huge Gym, Fantastic Student Union – Never boring, and there's something for everybody.
College Senior 2012-06-09T19:45:39Z
In order for me to get to main campus from Rosen College of Hospitality I have to either drive myself or take a bus. The bus takes almost an hour to get back and forth and is often late. There is also only certain times it runs. I have not been here for football season, but I hope the transportation will be better then so I do not have to drive 40 minutes to go to a football game, I'd rather use the free transportation.
College Senior 2012-06-09T19:44:19Z
Hospitality Management – I love my major. I am so glad I chose to do what I am doing. It is very easy and I love people. This major is perfect for me and I am very happy in the industry. I cannot wait to learn more about the different opportunities.
College Senior 2012-06-09T19:42:12Z
Hospitality Management – Being a hospitality management student I have to have 3 internships and they make it easy to find one, but it is very hard to get an internship if you do not have any experience in the hospitality industry. They send out a listserv of opportunities, so jump on all the ones you can.
College Sophomore 2012-06-09T18:43:36Z
The campus itself has a wonderful energy;there's also quiet places to be found if it all gets to be too much. Also,the school provides transportation to downtown orlando in the form of busses and cabs(I can't remember what the cabs are called, but you can get up to $30 free fare a month). You never really run out of things to do or places to go.
College Sophomore 2012-06-09T18:38:44Z
Popular Options – Depending on were you go on campus, you'll come across Seattle's Best,Joffrey's Coffee(amazing cappuccinos), Einstein Bros Bagels,Chik Fil A, Starbucks,Burger King, Sbarro,Asian Chao, and a few others. There's also a pita place, and Marketplce/Knightro's are where you can use your meal plan swipes. There's also places to find everything from froyo to sushi.
College Sophomore 2012-06-09T18:32:21Z
Perks of Honors College – Regular UCF students have 100 pages free printed per week, and computer labs are mostly available--only occasionally crowded. However, Honors students at UCF enjoy free unlimited printing and an Honors-only computer lab where you can almost always find a spot. Personally, I brought my laptop to campus because I like the security of knowing I always have access when I need it, but if you don't already own a laptop you don't need to buy one specifically for attending UCF.
College Sophomore 2012-06-09T18:22:40Z
Nice but Expensive – The dorms are pretty nice, especially the Towers Communites(I live in Towers III as an Honors College student), but I feel that the dorm prices are a bit expensive. Most people shy away from Towers III because it's the only dorm that requires you to sign a longer lease (Fall,Spring, and Summer C terms) but I'm planning on taking lots of summer classes so I made the leap and chose Towers. I love it here, all in all :)
College Senior 2012-06-09T16:44:00Z
We Have Everything. We have everything on Campus from the regular cafeteria "all you can eat" to smoothie king, asian chao, burger king, sbaro's,chi-fil-a, starbucks, einstiens, qdoba's, pita place, so many variety of foods.
College Senior 2012-06-09T16:36:30Z
Health & Safety:
I feel pretty safe at UCF. I always see the campus police on campus and if anything major happens we are notified through email about things that happen on and off campus and in the email we are not only told how to be safe but are also asked for our help if anything suspicious is come upon.
College Senior 2012-06-09T16:28:16Z
Melting Pot – UCF is really diverse, you can find so many groups to be apart of and even if you just want to learn about that group it's ok because everybody is really embracing and they welcome you with open arms. To sum it all up thier's no way to feel better at home away from home than UCF. GO KNIGHTS!!!
College Junior 2012-06-08T21:09:44Z
Restricted Access – It is relatively easy to get into the college of business at my school. But it is restricted access, so by my junior year I need to fill out a paper so they can check my degree audit and make sure I am not one that would ruin their reputation
College Junior 2012-06-08T21:07:02Z
No Internship – I haven't had an internship yet because I haven't been at school for long. I plan on finding one very soon.
College Junior 2012-06-08T21:05:22Z
Wouldn't Change It – Females in business are a growing number. I love the fact that my program accepts me for who I am. I enjoy my business professors and everything they do. Would I change it? No. There are so many opportunities for me to become an intern and have a career. They really look out for my future.
College Junior 2012-06-08T20:07:38Z
Rain & Lots of Storms – Being located in Florida, UCF is subject to the whims of our 6-month hurricane season. Weather can change in the blink of an eye and depending on where you live and what campus you are attending, it may not be possible to travel there safely.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-08T18:13:13Z
Getting into the Anthropology department was rather easy.
College Junior 2012-06-08T00:27:57Z
Very Enthusiastic! Football as well as basketball are some of the most highlighted sports at UCF. The fans are so much fun to watch, the team does really well, and the atmosphere is just great! Florida weather isn't always willing to play along nicely, but the teams still power through!
College Junior 2012-06-08T00:25:43Z
Depends Where You Dorm – If you have the money, the towers are the best place to dorm, and the nicest. Not to say that the other dorms are bad, but they definitely are not as great.
College Junior 2012-06-08T00:22:36Z
Not Bad at All – Several of the eateries around campus may seem like they don't serve extravagant gourmet food, but they do great for what they are. Knightros is good. The student union has several places to dine if you want to eat something quickly before or after a class, or to just have a good meal with friends. I'm not sure about the meal plans as I've never used them but my friends say they helped them save a lot of money throughout the year.
College Junior 2012-06-07T20:43:12Z
The Learning Center – Place to learn everywhere, whether it is socially or academically. The libraries have bad signal reception but good, place to go to study. I know all the secret spots to study there. I love the Late Knight events, because it is a night to chill with friends, get free food and prizes and feel like the world is ours for a second.
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