College Freshman 2013-09-09T13:32:10Z
Busses are constantly going and they never fill up or are late. I take a bus to the Rosen campus from UCF and there is never a problem. Plus its free so thats nice!
College Freshman 2013-09-09T13:31:55Z
Summer time can be a bit cloudy and rainy but winter time is amazing and it is so nice going from class to class.
College Freshman 2013-09-09T13:24:21Z
So many choices and your 30 minutes away from downtown orlando! I dont know how it cant get anything other than an A+
College Senior 2013-09-09T04:26:10Z
Guys & Girls:
Most of the guys you see on campus are what I like to call "beef heads" they spend more time at the gym then in class. I get it you want to be healthy and work out but do it for yourself not to impress the ladies. As for the girls, I wish some of them would put more clothes, I've seen more butts at school in my four years than my whole life.
College Junior 2013-09-08T20:07:46Z
Buses and shuttles are usually running. But if you're on campus after 10 pm, you better have a ride home or know you're way around the city bus routes cause transportation shuts down. There are some late night shuttles, but they're very inconvenient.
College Junior 2013-09-08T20:04:56Z
Health & Safety:
I walk around on campus as late as 1 am on weekdays and some weekends. I've never had any issues. I feel safe on campus during the day too. Campus security roams around the campus during the day and especially, at night. There are emergency buttons and phones scattered throughout the campus. Plus, if something comes up, there is usually someone to notify.
College Junior 2013-09-08T20:01:18Z
Tons of scholarship, if you already know ahead of time which ones you're going to apply to and their deadlines. If you're a transfer student, it's a headache transferring over your other scholarships. However, if you meet the deadlines, there is plenty of grant and scholarship money available.
College Junior 2013-09-08T19:58:21Z
It's Florida and the thunderstorm capital of the world. Some mornings the weather will be sunny and beautiful. Then (if you're lucky) you get a twenty minute warning in the form of darkening skies and thunder clouds. This year especially has been very rainy. It's very annoying when you forget an umbrella or raincoat and have to go to class in wet clothes. Of course, umbrellas don't protect from puddles. So, going to class in wet flip flops is nearly a weekly annoyance.
College Sophomore 2013-09-08T13:56:13Z
Not very strict. Supposedly a smoke free campus but it is student enforced. Wet campus. But step on the pegasus and you won't graduate.
College Sophomore 2013-09-08T13:52:58Z
Offer public transportation everywhere. Even to downtown on the weekends.
College Senior 2013-09-07T20:09:43Z
The diversity on campus is incredible. I was surprised by the amount of different programs and clubs that you could join for any orientation or ethnicity.
College Senior 2013-09-07T20:06:56Z
The parking on campus is good. There are a lot of options close to class. But, the price to get a parking decal is outrageous
College Junior 2013-09-07T13:52:16Z
It's pretty decent. In my opinion, everything can be traveled to by foot, however I know there are others who disagree with me. Thankfully, the school does provide public transportation around campus.
College Junior 2013-09-07T13:50:27Z
Everything you need is everywhere. Nee a computer? Look to your right. Need to find fliers for clubs? Look to your left. Need a charger for your phone? Look behind you. The school provides so much, it actually makes it difficult for someone like me to stay consistent, and I love staying consistent. But here, if you don't just stop and pay attention, you'll probably miss something that'll make your life five times easier.
College Junior 2013-09-07T13:47:07Z
For some reason, there always seems to be a place with free food, some event or ceremony that is happening, but you do have to go out and look for these places. If you don't feel like freeloading, the campus food itself is great but it suffers from that classic price increase that you'll find on most campuses. There are also a variety of meal plans for one to choose from, thus finding legit complaints about the service is pretty difficult.
College Junior 2013-09-07T13:39:59Z
Its nothing phenomenal, but I've never had any personal problems with parking like I've experienced before. I've heard from others that its difficult to locate a spot, but I've never been in this situation myself. Of course, there's the awkward talk of price which is pretty high to a college student with minimum income, but I don't feel like the school is price gouging especially since there is an apparent competition to get spaces. I can't speak for the school as a whole, but for me, parking isn't anywhere on my complaints list.
College Junior 2013-09-07T13:34:14Z
So much going on. The school itself feels like a small town ranging from a wide variety of activities like multiple gyms, several computer labs, and many miscellaneous activities by random students. The outside area also has much to offer, but one need not look far away from campus to try and find something to do.
College Junior 2013-09-07T13:30:51Z
Still going through the financial aid and its getting pretty close to the deadline. When you spend weeks waiting for the school to make its decision, you begin feeling a little distraught... especially when bills and such are approaching. However, what helps keep the spirits up is that there are a lot of financial aid opportunities that the school itself draws your attention to. One piece of advice would be to try as many options as you can as early as you can. Its better to have too much too early than too little too late.
College Junior 2013-09-07T13:26:11Z
Like any living arrangement, doing proper research is the key. The school itself does offer a wide variety of off campus anrangements close to the school, but even if those don't meet one's desires, there are plenty of other options.
College Junior 2013-09-07T13:24:00Z
There's plenty of nightlife going on, however it serves no interest to introverts. Thus from a personal experience, there is very little to say... only that it is known to exist and known to have many people attend.
College Sophomore 2013-09-06T16:35:38Z
At UCF I personally really like their gym. It's nice and big with tons of machines to use as well as a track, swimming pool, and many more.
College Sophomore 2013-09-06T16:33:02Z
I've only used the bus to transport me back and forth from were I live, but I have found it very convenient. The buses are mostly on time and I am able to get home pretty quick using the buses. The advantage is I don't have to pay or look for parking everyday.
College Junior 2013-09-04T14:18:49Z
Housing at UCF is fairly difficult. It is quite apparent that the university did little planning for housing when they decided to grow to 50,000+ students. Right now there are some giant housing apartments being constructed but those will take a while.
College Junior 2013-09-04T14:16:50Z
As a Health Administration major the workload can be a little intense at times but not all the classes required are challenging. An internship and capstone is required for the major but UCF makes finding an intership a breeze providing lots of options.
College Junior 2013-09-04T14:14:09Z
I am very happy with my program. The advisors actually seem to care about your academic success and if you get a job afterwards.
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