The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities cares about its students. In compliance with the University’s directive regarding COVID-19, we have modified our operations to a remote process. Face to face meetings are not being scheduled at this time. Students with scheduled appointments should contact the appropriate office directly via email if they have any questions. Emails for each office can be found below. Select university resources and community support services will remain accessible to students. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you need additional support.
Student Care Services: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of Student Conduct: email@example.com
Integrity and Ethical Development: firstname.lastname@example.org
Any student returning from a country that has been restricted by the government should not come to campus and must self-quarantine for 14 days upon return. If any member of our campus community has returned from one of these countries in the past two weeks, or will soon be returning from one of these countries, or is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms—please immediately contact Student Health Services at 407-823-2509.
We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause. However, we appreciate your patience during these unprecedented times.
Visit https://www.ucf.edu/safety/coronavirus/ for more information regarding the University’s response to COVID-19.
What is the UCF Creed?
Office of Student Conduct
Student Care Services
Integrity & Ethical Development
Title IX Reporting and Support
Release of Discipline Records
The Golden Rule is a compilation of various policies and procedures from different UCF departments and was specifically created to provide the answers to many of your questions regarding University rules and regulations.
“Let’s Be Clear” enables UCF community members to be transparent about Title IX concerns, to promote the responsibility for faculty, staff and students to come forward and report incidents, and to strengthen a culture that does not tolerate assault, discrimination or harassment. UCF provides support resources for all students and faculty and staff members impacted by sexual and relationship violence.
UCF Cares is an umbrella of care-related programs and resources dedicated to fostering a caring community of Knights. However, it takes all of us from students to staff, from faculty to friends, to show that we care about one another. The goal of the UCF CARES initiative is to build a culture of care one KNIGHT at a time. We are all UCF and need to do our part in connecting any fellow knights in distress to appropriate resources.