At UCF, innovation thrives and students of all backgrounds can realize dreams of a brighter future.
Our talented and entrepreneurial faculty lift our society through their research, scholarship and creativity.
UCF is a top producer of talent among America's public universities. We embrace inclusion and academic excellence as we transform lives and address the workforce needs of our diverse state and nation.
On many fronts, our faculty, staff, students and alumni make our world a better place through creativity, caring and community service.
The best part of all: We are just getting started in discovering how impactful our Knights family can be.
Let's keep charging on!
Michael D. Johnson
Michael D. Johnson
Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
Advancing Student Success, Faculty Excellence and Impact
The Office of the Provost and Academic Affairs oversees the academic enterprise of the university. The office champions faculty excellence, works to enhance student learning and implements academic policies and procedures. Learn more about what we do.
UCF provides a high-value college experience that prepares students to invigorate the workforce and make the world a better place.
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UCF Reach for the Stars 2023 Honorees Are Unleashing the Potential of People, IdeasThis year’s Reach for the Stars honorees are united by their passion to help people and positively change the world. By promoting positive healthcare and helping improve how we respond… Continue reading ›
UCF’s Robinson Observatory Gets a Futuristic FaceliftRecent updates to one of UCF’s most groundbreaking research and education facilities brings the Robinson Observatory into the 21st century, including robotics for remote viewing and a state-of-the-art weather protection system. The… Continue reading ›
UCF Team Awarded $2.3M Grant for Innovative Intervention to Prevent FallsFalls — and the fear of falling — are the leading cause of injury, disability and hospitalization among racially diverse, low-income older adults, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease… Continue reading ›